After just one season with Leverkusen, he left the club, and signed for 2. Bundesliga club Hertha BSC on a three-year contract.
He managed to take full advantage of the opportunity and scored twice. At the end of the season, Hertha was promoted to the Bundesliga after one season in the second division.
He finished the —11 season with 13 goals in 25 league appearances,  an appearance in the German Cup ,  and three goals in five appearances for Hertha BSC II in the Regionalliga Nord.
In the Bundesliga, Lasogga remained a key player for Hertha. He made his Bundesliga debut on the first matchday,  and scoring for the first time two weeks later.
He started all four matches after the break under Michael Skibbe. On the final matchday, Lasogga sustain a severe injury, tearing his ACL, and was not expected to return to the pitch until early November.
He finished the campaign with 8 goals in 30 appearances. During the —17 season he scored 2 goals in 22 appearances in all competitions for Hamburger SV , with him providing back up for regular Strikers Michael Gregoritsch and top scorer Bobby Wood.
Lasogga joined English club Leeds United in a season long loan deal,  with Hamburg paying the majority of his wages for the duration of the loan.
After a spell out injured and then losing his place to Kemar Roofe , Lasogga started for Leeds on the 20 January in a dramatic loss against Millwall F.
On 18 May , Leeds announced Lasogga would be returning to his parent club upon the expiry of his loan. On 21 March , Lasogga was first invited to the U team of Germany when he was nominated for the friendly matches against the Netherlands and Italy.
The second group game against Spain on 12 June was his last appearance for the U team. Germany lost the game 0—1 and was eliminated early.
In the third group match against Russia , he and some other players were not used. After the tournament, Lasogga was no longer eligible to play because of his age.
He has a younger sister, Jenny, and two younger brothers, Gian-Luca and Etienne. Both play for Hertha BSC youth teams.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 1 August Retrieved 12 August Herthas junge Hoffnung" [Pierre-Michel Lasogga: Retrieved 6 February Retrieved 11 September Archived from the original on 15 August Klopfleisch came from the district of Pankow and attending his first home match as a young boy in he became an instant supporter.
Despite this, he did not give up. The stadium was located close enough to the Berlin wall for the sounds from the stadium to be heard over the wall.
Thus, Klopfleisch and other supporters gathered behind the wall to listen to the home matches. When the crowd at the stadium cheered, Klopfleisch and the others cheered as well.
He was arrested and interrogated at numerous occasions. Through various machinations, this led to the promotion of SC Tasmania Berlin , which then delivered the worst-ever performance in Bundesliga history.
Hertha, however, was again soon touched by scandal through its involvement with several other clubs in the Bundesliga matchfixing scandal of Bundesliga ,  where it would spend 13 of the next 17 seasons.
Financial woes once more burdened the club in , as it found itself 10 million DM in debt. Hertha has also invested heavily in its own youth football academy, which has produced several players with Bundesliga potential.
The team was almost relegated in the —04 season , but rebounded and finished fourth the following season, but missed out on the Champions League after they were held to a draw on the final day by Hannover 96 , which saw Werder Bremen overtake them for the spot on the final league matchday.
As a "thank-you" gesture, Werder sent the Hannover squad 96 bottles of champagne. After a successful campaign in —09 season , finishing in fourth place and remaining in the title race up until the second to last matchday, the club had a very poor season in —10 season , finishing last in the Bundesliga and suffering relegation.
After spending the —11 season in the 2. Bundesliga, Hertha secured its return to the Bundesliga for —12 by winning 1—0 at MSV Duisburg with three matchdays to play in the season.
In —13 , Hertha achieved promotion from the second division as champions for the second time in three seasons. On the opening day of the —14 season , the club beat Eintracht Frankfurt 6—1 at the Olympiastadion to top the Bundesliga table at the end of matchday 1.
At the halfway point of the —16 Bundesliga season , Hertha lay in third place, its highest position at the winter break since — The seventh-place finish meant the club secured Europa League football for the —17 season by the means of a third round play-off.
In the —17 Bundesliga season , Hertha enjoyed its best ever start to a Bundesliga season in terms of points won during the opening eight matches, losing just one match — away against Bayern Munich — and forcing a draw away against Borussia Dortmund.
The stadium has a permanent capacity of 74, seats,  making it the largest stadium in Germany in terms of seating capacity and the second largest stadium in Germany, behind the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund , in terms of total capacity.
For certain football matches, such as those against Bayern Munich , the capacity can be temporarily expanded. This is made by the addition of mobile grandstand over the Marathon Arch.
The extended capacity reached 76, seats in The stadium underwent major renovations twice, in and from to In the upgrades, the stadium received a partial roof.
It underwent a thorough modernization for the World Cup. It was also the site for six matches of the World Cup, including the tournament final.
A stadium was built there in with a capacity of 35, 3, seats. The club left the stadium when it joined the Bundesliga in Hertha returned to the site during the Regionalliga years from to The sale of the site in helped the club avoid bankruptcy.
Due to a lack of spectator interest, Hertha played its 2. Bundesliga and Amateurliga matches from to at the Poststadion. It was confirmed on 23 May that Hertha will continue to play its home matches at the Olympiastadion until On the 30 March , Hertha announced its intentions to build a new 55, seater stadium, to be ready in when their contract to play at the Olympiastadion runs out.
The club noted many factors for this decision, one being that the Berlin side are the only club in the Bundesliga without a dedicated football stadium.
The preferred plans are that the new stadium is to be built within the Olympic Park, next to the Olympiastadion.
However, if that plan was rejected, they also have secondary plans for the stadium to be built in Brandenburg Park, Ludwigsfelde. Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. In the long run, the club plans for the team of 1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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