After three wins from the last four games, the second division soccer team Hannover 96 does not see themselves as blatant outsiders against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Wednesday (6.30 p.m. / Sky).
“We want to be uncomfortable and grab Gladbach if they offer us this chance,” said coach Christoph Dabrowski on Monday.
According to the coach, there is nothing to lose against the twelfth-placed Bundesliga player: “If we approach our task courageously and with joy, a lot is possible.”
The game is a repeat of the 1992 cup final. At that time, the Lower Saxony team prevailed 4-3 on penalties in the Berlin Olympic Stadium. Guest of honor in Wednesday’s game will be Jörg Sievers, the hero of the 96 cup at the time, who was able to save two penalties.