Bundesliga: Hertha Berlin slump to fourth straight derby defeat against Union | Sports | German football and major international sports news | DW

Union Berlin 3-1 Hertha Berlin
(Siebatcheu 32′, Becker 50′, Knoche 54′ — Lukebakio 85′)
Stadion an der Alten Försterei, Köpenick

Union Berlin cruised to a comprehensive 3-1 derby victory against already beleaguered neighbors Hertha at a sun-soaked Stadion An der Alten Försterei (Stadium at the Old Forester’s House) on the opening Bundesliga weekend.

Despite a summer of changes for the visitors, it was business as usual on the pitch as Union carved Hertha apart in just four passes to open the scoring in the 32nd minute, with Theoson Siebatcheu’s flicked header earning him his maiden Bundesliga goal. 

Union's Theoson-Jordan Siebatcheu, left, celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the German Bundesliga soccer match between 1. FC Union Berlin and Hertha BSC Berlin in Berlin

American striker Jordan Siebatcheu scored on his Bundesliga debut

The home side pressed their dominance five minutes after the restart, when Sheraldo Becker outpaced Filip…

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