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“Freiburg” is worried about Kevin Schade after the Europa League group stage. In the game “Karabakh Aghdam” (1-1), the winger had to leave the field injured after a foul.

Kevin Schade was again too fast for his rivals. And with the players of Aghdam Qarabagh not knowing what else to do, they twice rudely stepped on the SC Freiburg winger. Shaden Bahlul survived Mustafazada’s first deposition without consequences.

The 20-year-old had to be substituted due to injury after a tackle on Kevin Medina, who was sent off with a red card.

“He has pains all over his calf,” coach Christian Streich said after his side’s flattering 1-1 (0-1) draw in which the video referee ruled three times in the club’s favor on Thursday. “His opponent crushed him with an open sole. But I hope the doctors and physiotherapists will calm down.”

“Looks like it’s no worse”

Shade only reported in September after suffering an abdominal muscle injury that sidelined him for several months. So far, however, he has not been allowed to play more than 56 minutes in the Bundesliga. He returned to the starting line-up for the first time in the capital Baku against the Azeri champions before the game ended after 62 minutes.

Streich hopes that his player will not have to sit on the field again. “It doesn’t look like it’s getting any worse,” he said, referring to the home game against 1. FC Köln. “But of course you don’t know if that’s enough for Sunday.” Daniel-Koffi Kyere, who did not even start the Europa League qualification, is also under question for this fight. “We decided to leave him at home, he has muscle problems,” Streich said. “Maybe we can get him in shape.”

“The team is exceptional”

Without Kyere and many top performers on the bench, Freiburg had a tough time against Karabakh due to a lack of automaticity. Nils Petersen converted the penalty after the first foul on Schade (25′). In the injury time, the home team managed to equalize in the match against Breisgau in the 1/8 round.

However, Streich was once again satisfied with the game shown by his team. Finally, the people of Freiburg finish the group stage undefeated as the first group. Last year’s finalist is also still represented in the DFB Cup, with Sport-Club waiting in third place in the Bundesliga.

“We could not have dreamed that it would turn out like this,” Streich said. “The team achieves extraordinary things and we do everything together. And if something doesn’t work out, it shakes out and we just keep going.”

Kevin Shade would also be more than happy to continue straight away. To be there against Cologne, last season’s lightning speedster will have to win the race against time.

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