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Highlights

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Watch: Streich: "It was wonderful"

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Watch: Tearful Christian Streich bids farewell after final home game

90'
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Full-time: Freiburg 1-1 Heidenheim

It was not to be a fairy tale farewell for Christian Streich in his last home game in charge of Freiburg, though he will leave proud not only of what his team did today, but what they have done throughout his record-breaking tenure. Doan’s early goal was cancelled out by Sessa, but it was all Freiburg in the second half, with the woodwork hit twice and Müller’s heroics denying Gregoritsch. The point nevertheless takes Freiburg closer to renewed European qualification, the cherry on top of a remarkable managerial career.
Full-time
90'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Kevin Sessa
Kevin Sessa35.46km/h
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Eren Sami Dinkci
Eren Sami Dinkci34.49km/h
79'

A Höler of an entrance

Almost a perfect first touch from substitute Höler, who heads just inches wide of the post. That would have been quite an entrance!
74'

Doan downed

Calls for a penalty, more from the fans than the players, as Doan goes down in the area. Sallai sends the loose ball wide. Freiburg pushing for a winner.
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Crossbar!

It's not Gregoritsch's day, and it's not looking like Freiburg's day either. He rifles an effort against the crossbar - the second time the hosts have hit the woodwork in this second half.
56'

Post!

Freiburg so close to taking the lead again, with Gulde's header hitting the post and Gregoritsch's effort on the rebound hits Müller just below his chin! Just a few inches either side and Freiburg would have been back in front.
50'

Acrobatic attempt

Höfler's overhead kick is blocked by a Heidenheim defender, and the home team are claiming a penalty - VAR has had a look, but no penalty is given.
Kick-off!
45'
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Half-time: Freiburg 1-1 Heidenheim

Freiburg were on course for a perfect home send-off for Streich when Doan headed them in front, but Sessa's spoiled the party and Heidenheim even had chances to take the lead, improving as the game progressed. Streich's last team talk in the Europa-Park Stadion home dressing room will be one in which he has to build up his team's confidence again.
Half-time
44'

Momentum shift

Since their equaliser, Heidenheim have been on top of this game, pegging Freiburg back in their own half and pushing to take the lead before the break.
38'

Back in it!

Sessa's second Bundesliga goal silences the Europa-Park Stadion. It came from nowhere, with Sessa dribbling away from two Freiburg defenders before slotting a low shot into the bottom corner.
38'

Kevin Sessa

GOAL!

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Goal probability
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Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
36 %
Shot speed
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Shot speed
Shot speed describes the maximum speed in km/h that a ball reaches in a shot on goal. The distance is measured from the location of the shot to the centre of the goal.
95.08 km/h
Distance to Goal
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Distance to Goal
The distance to goal is measured at the time of the shot - from the position of the ball to the center of the goal.
12.91 m
30'

Diving Doan!

There is the opening goal, a cross from the left from Günter is met by a fine diving header from Doan! 1-0 to Freiburg!
30'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Eren Sami Dinkci
Eren Sami Dinkci33.90km/h
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Jan-Niklas Beste
Jan-Niklas Beste31.69km/h
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Ritsu Dōan

GOAL!

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Goal probability
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Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
18 %
Distance to Goal
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Distance to Goal
The distance to goal is measured at the time of the shot - from the position of the ball to the center of the goal.
9.41 m
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Gregoritsch goes close

The first big chance for Freiburg, Gregoritsch turns on a Pfennig but strikes just wide!
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First shot: Pieringer

Heidenheim have had a lot of joy from corners this season, and the first shot of the game comes from one, but Pieringer sends his effort over the crossbar.
Kick-off!

The final Streich

The Coach of the Year 2022 comes out one last time in the Europa-Park Stadion.
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Freiburg getting ready

The hosts are being put through their paces...
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Heidenheim warming up

It's a warm and sunny day, but the muscles must still be prepared...

Freiburg starting XI

Atubolu - Kübler, Keitel, Gulde - Dōan, Eggestein, Höfler, Günter (c) - Sallai, Grifo – Gregoritsch

Freiburg subs

Müller, Szalai, Weißhaupt, Höler, Adamu, Muslija, Philipp, Makengo

Heidenheim starting XI

Müller - Traoré, Mainka (c), Gimber, Föhrenbach - Schöppner - Dinkçi, Sessa, Beste - Theurkauf, Pieringer

Heidenheim subs

Eicher, Siersleben, Schimmer, Thomalla, Pick, Dovedan, Beck, Kühlwetter, Maloney
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Probable line-ups

Who’s set to play this weekend? Who’s going to miss out? Keep up to date with all the latest team news right here!
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Streich on Heidenheim

"We have to combine all our strengths. It will be a very intense and exciting game. It is a home game that we want to dominate . And everyone in the stadium has to feel our will. I expect an opponent who will go into the duel with a lot of athleticism and dynamism. It’s part of their game. We can't get too hectic in front of the goal and have to run into their box as consistently as we can."
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Schmidt on Freiburg

“You play to win. We all know that tomorrow is a special game for Christian Streich – his last home game. It is well known that I value him very highly, and yet the 90 minutes will of course be about something else. Freiburg are currently in seventh place and of course want to keep this place so that they can also play in Europe. We will try, as we did in the first game, to annoy Freiburg and win if possible. But that is our goal in every game. We are aware that Freiburg also want to give their coach a fitting farewell present at home. We have to be prepared to really take a stand against it right from the start."

Streich bows out

Christian Streich will oversee his 195th and final home game as a Bundesliga coach after over 11 years at the Freiburg helm, coming against the longest-serving coach in German football history in Frank Schmidt. His Heidenheim side remain the only team out of 29 Bundesliga opponents that Streich has never beaten.
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Watch: Heidenheim 3-2 Freiburg - previous meeting

Promoted Heidenheim twice came from behind to snatch a 3-2 win at home to Freiburg in the final game of 2023 thanks to a Matthias Ginter own goal two minutes into added time.
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Watch: Heidenheim 1-1 Mainz - highlights

Tim Kleindienst cancelled out Mainz's goal last weekend to ensure Heidenheim would be playing top-flight football for a second straight season.
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Watch: Cologne 0-0 Freiburg - highlights

Freiburg remain in the final guaranteed European position after a goalless draw away at relegation-threatened Cologne.

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Thanks for joining us for build-up and live coverage of this Matchday 33 fixture between Freiburg and Heidenheim.