HANOVER, GERMANY - JANUARY 19: (L-R) Martin Harnik , Davy Klaassen , Milot Rashica and Ludwig Augustinsson of Werder Bremen celebrate after scoring during the Bundesliga match between Hannover 96 and SV Werder Bremen at HDI-Arena on January 19, 2019 in Hanover, Germany. (Photo by Cathrin Mueller/Bongarts/Getty Images)

The team had the chance to score many goals against Hannover today, but the game ended up only with a 1-0 Werder victory.

Werder Bremen had many chances today against Hannover in the German Bundesliga.

The “Greens” dominated the field from start to end, but the game finished 1-0.

“It’s crazy that it only finished 1-0,” said coach Florian Kohfeldt after the game to
the team’s official website.

BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 16: Claudio Pizarro of Werder Bremen celebrates after scoring his team's first goal during the Bundesliga match between Hertha BSC and SV Werder Bremen at Olympiastadion on February 16, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Pizzaro speaks about his historic goal

The Peruvian footballer is now the oldest German Bundesliga player to score in a tournament, as he scored with Werder Bremen on the weekend.

“I saw the consistency that we needed today. I had a feeling. The boys wanted to win.”

“On the whole, I’m pleased. It’s not easy to say where you stand and how you’ll start again after four weeks off,” he added.

“The conditions today were very different to the training camp in South Africa, and there were different requirements.”

“You never know how it’ll go. I think that we deserved to win the game. When you leave it open until the end, it’s always dangerous. Hannover never gave up, so it was exciting,” he concluded.