Bremen – Niklas Schmidt has undoubtedly scored more difficult goals. This time, the 24-year-old benefited from the impressive preliminary work of his teammates Eren Dinkci and Niclas Füllkrug and then easily pushed in to make it 3-0 for SV Werder Bremen against Erzgebirge Aue. After that, his eyes immediately went to the guest block while he proudly pointed his finger at the Werder coat of arms. In some places it’s not very fashionable to demonstrate your loyalty to the club with big gestures – even if one or the other professional has done it in a similar way at previous clubs – but Niklas Schmidt is not suspected of putting on a show. His love for green and white is well known. And now he has highlighted them again.
“I care a lot about this club,” he said Nicholas Schmidt a few minutes after his goal in stoppage time. “We’re trying to achieve our goal with everything we have.” That he’s now in Aue Being among the goalscorers himself, for the second time this season, made him understandably happy, but didn’t change his general attitude. “Some might just say that, but I really don’t care who scores the goals,” said the midfielder Werder Bremen. “I really want to get up with this club and if I can do my part: perfect.”
Niklas Schmidt on Werder Bremen: “I care a lot about this club”
Nicholas Schmidt was born in Kassel in northern Hesse, but when he joined the C-Juniors of the SV Werder Bremen changed, the transformation into a true Hanseatic began. What the city on the Weser now means to him was also shown by a statement he made on Monday during a sponsor talk: “I spent almost half my childhood here and feel almost more at home here than with my mother – also if of course she doesn’t like to hear that at all.”
Signed in the summer of 2016 Nicholas Schmidt am Osterdeich signed his first professional contract, made his debut shortly thereafter under the then coach Alexander Nouri in the Bundesliga and promptly prepared the 2-1 winning goal against VfL Wolfsburg with a corner. However, things were not quite as glorious as a result Werder Bremen further, at the loan stations SV Wehen Wiesbaden and VfL Osnabrück he had to assert himself from then on. And he did.
Then as Schmidt last summer Werder Bremen returned, however, the signs pointed to separation. Head of sport Frank Baumann had declared with unusual openness that they were planning without the midfielder – but then, like a fairy tale, he suddenly became the real winner in preparation. To his own great delight Nicholas Schmidt eventually stay and sign a new contract. Since then he has been at the service of the team, survived a somewhat more severe corona infection and is able to play regularly.
Werder Bremen professional Niklas Schmidt expects 90 exhausting minutes against Jahn Regensburg
With a bit of luck, he and his team will heave it SV Werder Bremen now next Sunday (3.30 p.m. in the DeichStube live ticker) in the Wohninvest Weserstadion against Jahn Regensburg back to the 1st Bundesliga. But despite the good starting position with only one missing point: wants to celebrate early Nicholas Schmidt not at all. “I’m happy for the fans that we won the game against Aue, but nothing has been decided yet,” he said.
“The Regensburgers will hardly come and say: Hey, you can win the game.” Rather, he expects 90 exhausting minutes. “It will still be hard work. Nothing is easy in the league, the people of Regensburg will do everything to crash our party.” Nicholas Schmidt wants – if he is considered again by Ole Werner – do everything so that exactly that doesn’t happen. After all, he wants to return to the Bundesliga. With his SV Werder Bremen. (mbu)
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