That's a huge three points for the Old Lady, who win for the first time in 2023. It's also the first time since December 2021 that the hosts came from behind to triumph in a Bundesliga game.
OVER AND OUT
Lukebakio smashes a left-footed spot kick out of the reach of Omlin and the blue and white half of the German capital gets ready to party into the evening.
The referee points to the spot after Kone fouls Tousart and Hertha have a chance for a fourth.
GOAL RULED OUT
Hofmann now has one ruled out for offside. Daniel Farke cuts a miserable figure on the touchline. It seems like a very long time ago that his side led here.
NO GO LUKEBAKIO
Lukebakio is played clean through, hits the foot of the post and then buries the rebound. The assistant's flag is up for an offside.
HERTHA WRAP IT UP
The Olympiastadion erupts! Hertha have all three points and it's a lovely goal that settles it. Scherhant raises a foot to pull the ball close to his body. He gathers it between his feet, works some space for a shot and drills a finish from the D across Omlin and into the far corner.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Oliver Christensen comes to Hertha's rescue. The square pass from Hofmann lands perfectly at the feet of Thuram who shoots high at goal. Christensen dives, flings up a hand and palms the ball over the bar. Top save.
Joe Scally lets fly from distance and the USMNT international's effort is not all that far off target. The shot had loads of pace but Oliver Christensen probably had it covered.
DARDAI AND OUT
Dardai went down earlier and has been feeling his hamstring ever since. The goalscorer's number comes up on the subs' board and his memorable day has come to an end.
LUKEBAKIO HAS A POP
Dodi Lukebakio runs and runs and then runs some more. Gladbach's defenders back off all the way, allowing the Hertha sub to slam a shot at goal from the edge of the box. The forward's effort flies over the top.
HERTHA MOVING UP?
As things stand, Hertha would move up to third from bottom, just two points behind Bochum in the standings. There's plenty of time left in this game yet for Gladbach to work some magic, however.
Hertha's second goalscorer Dardai is hobbling off for treatment. It remains to be seen whether he can continue here ...
THE JOY OF YOUTH
Interesting to note that Ngankam and Dardai - who are 22 and 21 respectively - are Hertha's two goalscorers so far today.
NEXT GOAL KEY?
A double swap for Gladbach too, now, as Farke looks to take some control back from Hertha. Plea and Neuheus are on for the visitors.
HOME CHANGES ....
Sandro Schwarz throws Lukebakio and Boetius into the mix for the confident hosts. How they've turned this game around.
Hannes Wolf is played through on the left and just when it looks like Gladbach's No. 11 might have released a very dangerous pass, Christensen comes to Hertha's rescue with a low block.
Tolga Cigerci Jonas Hofmann
What a time to score his first Bundesliga goal, and what a hit too! Happy 21st birthday, Marton Dardai ! His dad Pal is in the crowd going crazy, understandably.
What. A. Goal! Tolga Cigerci - following some fine work on the edge of the Gladbach area - eventually squares for Dardai. The Hertha man lashes a left-footed thunderbolt from downtown and looks on as the ball flies up towards the top-right hand corner and bounces in off the underside. Immense strike!
Wolf engineers himself some space inside the Hertha area and eyes the goal. His right-footed swipe sends the ball flying high and wide.
MOMENTUM WITH HOSTS
Interesting to note that in the first half Gladbach fired the first three shots on goal while Hertha hit the last 11. Will we see momentum stick with the hosts in this half?
GAME (BACK) ON
Gladbach get us back underway in the second half ...
A solid first half's entertainment comes to an end at the Olympiastadion. Hertha ended the half on a high, pushing Gladbach into their own area. The hosts scored a decent goal through Jessic Ngankam too. The Foals - who earlier led through Elvedi's header from a corner - won't be too displeased to hear the half-time whistle.
Almost a second for the hosts! Following a goalmouth scramble, Uremovic fires in low at the target. Omlin gets down to make the save. Soon afterwards, Niederlechner heads off target.
CHANCES AT BOTH ENDS
One more Plattenhardt corner. Niederlechner feels he's fouled but still gets something on the cross. Richter barrels in and wallops the loose ball over the top. Hertha's fans are in full voice now.
Ngankam's energetic approach wins a corner for Hertha. Plattenhardt takes, Gladbach clear.
HERTHA ARE LEVEL!
Lovely goal! Tolga Cigerci plays a smart one-two with Marco Richter - the former's return ball a tasty back-heel. Richter drills his pass across the face of the six-yard area and Ngankam smashes home from close range! That's his first goal at the Olympiastadion.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
ALL BARK ...
The hosts have been trying to find a breakthrough with Niederlechner and Plattenhardt looking busy. It's just not flowing for Hertha here, however. A second away goal looks more likely than a home first at the moment.
FOALS' CORNER JOY
Gladbach scored for the sixth time from a corner this season, which is a division best shared with Union Berlin. Interestingly enough, it was the first time Luca Netz took a corner this term.
HERTHA OFF TARGET
Marco Richter gets forward for Hertha and batters a wayward shot towards the running track.
There's the opener and it's all pretty straightforward. Luca Netz's corner from the right is met by the leaping Nico Elevedi, who angles a looping header towards the far post and in. The hosts won't be happy with their defending there. Gladbach lead.
Kouadio Kone has been perhaps the busiest player on the pitch thus far, the Gladbach midfielder constantly seeking out openings, especially to his left.
GLADBACH IN CONTROL
THURAM OFF TARGET
Hofmann's corner from the left flies goes all the way to Marcus Thuram at the far post. The forward heads over the top.
HERTHA START STRONGLY
A couple of set-pieces for the hosts in the early stages. Captain Marvin Plattenhardt takes both, a free kick that was somewhat wayward and then a cut-back from a corner that didn't really work out.
GAME ON !
Hertha get us underway in the German capital ...
Prior to kick off, we'll have a minute's silence to remember the victims of the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria.
The home fans are belting out the Hertha anthem as the teams take to the pitch at the Olympiastadion. We're all set for the off ...
Here's what Gladbach coach Daniel Farke had to say about the Foals' opponents: "We have stressed the importance that this game has for Hertha and [we] are prepared for it to be an emotional game. We also know that the opposition will not be too confident and probably make one or two mistakes. We have to be alert and try to use this current situation to our advantage."
Not that they need it, but Hertha have an extra incentive to try and pick up maximum points today. The four teams immediately above the Old Lady in the table - Stuttgart, Bochum, Hoffenheim and Bochum - all lost yesterday. Basement side Schalke, meanwhile, drew 0-0 last Friday.
BORUSSIA TEAM NEWS
Gladbach boss Daniel Farke makes two changes to the team that started the 0-0 draw with Schalke last time out. With Ramy Bensebaini ill and Julian Weigl suspended, Luca Netz and Hannes Wolf start.
HERTHA TEAM NEWS
Olschowsky, Friedrich, Herrmann, Plea, Lainer, Ngoumou, Fraulo, Jantschke, Neuhaus
GLADBACH STARTING XI
Omlin - Scally, Itakura, Elvedi, Netz - Kramer, Kone - Hofmann, Stindl (c), Wolf - Thuram
Ernst, Boetius, Lukebakio, Kenny, Mittelstädt, Boateng, Sunjic, Scherhant, Klemens
HERTHA STARTING XI
Christensen - Uremovic, Kempf, Dardai - Richter, Tousart, Cigerci, Serdar, Plattenhardt (c) - Ngankam, Niederlechner
Watch: Previous meeting: Borussia Mönchengladbach 1-0 Hertha
Away day blues
The Foals have won just once on their travels this season, drawing four and losing four.
Cause for optimism?
If ever Hertha had a chance to turn their fortunes around then it is now: Gladbach are winless in their last four trips to the Olympiastadion, drawing two and losing two.
Hertha empty handed
The hosts are the only Bundesliga team yet to collect even a single point in 2023, following defeats against Frankfurt, Union, Wolfsburg and Bochum since the turn of the year (13 goals conceded, one scored).