On the fringes of the Saar-Palatinate derby between 1. FC Kaiserslautern and 1. FC Saarbrücken, the opposing hooligan groups clash. In the end, a man is taken to the hospital badly wounded and succumbs to a deliberate stab wound. Was he a victim of fan rivalry - or is the motive to be found in the private sphere? The Saarbrücken team encounters persistent silence among football fans. Inspector Schürk meanwhile receives a visit from the past: Apparently, the criminal milieu seems to believe that he has the money from his uncle's bank robbery.
The cases of the new Saarbrücken "Tatort" team have been underlined from the start with a horizontal narrative thread. The common past of the inspectors Adam Schürk (Daniel Sträßer) and Leo Bäumer (Vladimir Burlakov) continues to haunt them. This time it's about the lost loot from bank robberies that Schürk's father committed.
It has now become a tradition that the "crime scene" does not simply tell a criminal case, but deals with a "social problem". Which usually has nothing to do with the actual murder. This is also the case here: A look at the scene of violent football fans is so superficial that nobody here gets any wiser. Anyone who really wants to find out something about hooligans in football is better off with a documentary, such as the film "Randale - Soccer Fans Out of Control" available on YouTube. The "crime scene" should rather focus on telling good stories.
Apparently, Adam Schürk is hiding something from his colleague Leo Bäume - this puts a noticeable strain on the relationship between the two old friends. And the relationship with the two commissioners Esther Baumann (Brigitte Urhausen) and Pia Heinrich (Ines Marie Westernströer) has also been disturbed since they put Schürk behind bars on suspicion of murder (see the episode "The Heart of the Snake"). Even among themselves, the two ladies are not always green - there are secrets here too.
For a "crime scene" things really get down to business here. If you want some action on Sunday evening, tune in. On the other hand, if you want to have fun, you should tune in to Sat.1: The crook comedy "Ocean's 8" is running there.
The team from Saarbrücken also investigated in these cases: