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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
10 Hannover 6 4 6 22
11 Hertha 5 6 5 21
12 Wolfsburg 3 10 3 19
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Jonathan Klinsmann saves penalty in Hertha Berlin debut

Relive Jonathan Klinsmann's senior debut for Hertha Berlin, including a late penalty save that helped preserve a 1-1 draw against Ostersunds.
Taylor Twellman says that watching the World Cup draw without USMNT involvement should be a wake-up call and motivation for U.S. Soccer.

Jonathan Klinsmann, the son of former United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann, saved a crucial penalty during his professional first-team debut in Hertha Berlin's Europa League game against Ostersunds on Thursday.

Klinsmann dived to his left to paw aside Brwa Nouri's attempt in the 87th minute and preserved a 1-1 draw. The result prevented the Swedish club from winning Group J.

The 20-year-old Klinsmann had previously made six appearances for Hertha's under-23 side in the fourth-tier regional...

Salomon Kalou proving footballers can make positive social impact

Salomon Kalou remembers his first conversation with Jose Mourinho and explains why he's passionate about inspiring others.

BERLIN -- It was hardly a surprise that in the aftermath of Hertha Berlin's recent show of solidarity with the ongoing NFL protests, Salomon Kalou was the most prominent voice explaining why he and his teammates took a knee.

The Ivory Coast forward -- who came out of international retirement to aid his nation's 2018 World Cup qualification bid -- leads by example. He believes that a footballer has more duties than just to entertain for 90 minutes on the pitch. The 32-year-old is passing on hope...