Werder Bremen: Marvin Ducksch misses a muzzle for the rise

Marvin Ducksch (28) is indispensable for Werder. The goal machine (17 hits, 9 assists) is Bremen’s life insurance in the fight for promotion.

Ducksch showed this again in the first game after his corona infection: he scored the only Werder goal in the 1-1 draw against Sandhausen.

In order for the striker to be able to fire up his club for promotion in the final spurt of the season, he doesn’t just concentrate on scoring goals…

Mecker ban! Ducksch muzzles himself!

With St. Pauli (3rd place), Nuremberg (5th) and Schalke (4th), the next three opponents are all direct competitors in the battle for promotion.

Problem: Ducksch has four yellow cards. The next warning he would have to watch a game.

A game without him in the fight for promotion is not an option for Ducksch: “As long as I don’t complain, there won’t be a yellow card. I got all four of my cards for complaining. If I get that under control, I’ll go through the season with four yellow cards.”

On Saturday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) Ducksch meets Werder at his former club St. Pauli. From July 2016 to January 2017 he played at the Kiez-Klub. But the reunion is not a special kick for him: “I don’t need any extra motivation. I know it’s the final sprint and I have a big goal. It doesn’t matter which opponent we come up against. I’m hot and I really want to win the game.”

In addition to a win, Ducksch could also set his personal goal record. He’s got 18 goals – he’s still missing a goal.

Ducksch: “If I’m so close to breaking my own goal record, I’d love to do it. But my first goal is to continue to be at the top with Werder.”

By Editor

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