Av av! Shows wound up after vanvttigt karatespark

Frederik Rønnows teammate Mijat Gacinovic received a karatespark in the chest after 67 minutes of Schalke 04's goalkeeper Alexander Nübel, which meant that Gac

Av av! Shows wound up after vanvttigt karatespark

Frederik Rønnows teammate Mijat Gacinovic received a karatespark in the chest after 67 minutes of Schalke 04's goalkeeper Alexander Nübel, which meant that Gacinovic had to leave the field on a stretcher.

Now he shows his chest forward after kicked.

One of Germany's largest målmandstalenter, Alexander Nübel from Schalke 04, played an unfortunate role in Sunday's showdown against Frankfurt, when he received a direct red card, when Frankfurt's Serbian striker Mijat Gacinovic was sent to the count.

The only 23-year-old goalkeeper Nübel is considered by many to be the greatest målmandstalent in Germany.

But in Sunday's showdown, he showed also that he may have a great talent in the field of karate. the Watch the video at the top of the article

It came to pass after that Gacinovic was sent in depth with a high ball over the defense. Nübel, however, was stopped Gacinovic, by placing the buds right in the chest on the serb.

Although Gacinovic had to be carried from the pitch on a stretcher, was, however, forces to put a picture up on Instagram of the badly battered chest after the fight.

And Gacinovic has really been something of a blow. See here:

In spite of the expulsion of their goalkeeper managed Schalke 04 to win the match, as the earlier in the confrontation, which had brought themselves in front with 1-0 on the goal of Schalkes 25-year-old striker Benito Raman.

Frederik Rønnow started between the bars in Frankfurt, but managed not to keep a clean sheet.

Schalke 04 are placed as number four in the Bundesliga with 28 points after 15 matches.

Frederik Rønnow and Frankfurt is number 12 in the league with 18 points after the same number of matches.

Updated Date: 16 December 2019, 15:00

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