The 30-Year-old had hugged after his goal to 1:0 on Friday evening on the sidelines of bus drivers and team managers Thomas Romeyke. "I hope that the DFL is turning a blind a eye. I don't know, that you are allowed all this, and I hope that they show some humanity," said Nazarov on Saturday at the "Sport in the East" of the MDR. The Auer team bus was involved on Thursday on the way to Nürnberg to the on-ramp to highway 72 in Hartenstein in a serious accident and due to flying vehicle parts of a crashed Car made. Driver Romeyke had initiated a risk of braking and the Bus to a safe and brought. "He has saved us, and just life. Who knows what would have happened if he hadn't reacted so quickly. Therefore, the goal celebration was quite clear to him,“ said Nazarov. Auer remained unharmed, the Car driver and his passenger came with heavy injuries in a hospital.
Despite the shock, the Auer took nearly 24 hours later, in Nuremberg, Germany. The match ended 1:1. "I can only take your hat off to those who were sitting with on the Bus, and the next day have played. Such an experience is unbelievable,“ said FCE-professional.
Updated Date: 24 May 2020, 06:27