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2. Bundesliga, 6. November 2016
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1 TO
Mitchell Langerak
2 VE
Emiliano Insua
5 VE
Timo Baumgartl
19 VE
Kevin Großkreutz
35 VE
Marcin Kaminski
15 MF
Carlos Mané
20 MF
Christian Gentner
25 MF
Matthias Zimmermann
31 MF
Berkay Özcan
9 ST
Simon Terodde
11 ST
Takuma Asano


13 TO
Jens Grahl
4 VE
Toni Sunjic
6 VE
Jean Zimmer
16 VE
Florian Klein
21 VE
Benjamin Pavard
8 MF
Anto Grgic
10 MF
Alexandru Maxim


Hannes Wolf


1 TO
Wolfgang Hesl
13 VE
Julian Börner
27 VE
Sebastian Schuppan
28 VE
Florian Hartherz
3 MF
Brian Behrendt
6 MF
Tom Schütz
7 MF
Michael Görlitz
19 MF
Manuel Prietl
20 MF
Manuel Junglas
9 ST
Fabian Klos
21 ST
Andreas Voglsammer


34 TO
Daniel Davari
2 VE
Steffen Lang
11 VE
Stephan Salger
14 VE
Manuel Hornig
23 VE
Florian Dick
32 MF
Keanu Staude
29 ST
Leandro Putaro


Jürgen Kramny


13' 99 Terodde
2020 Junglas 2121 Voglsammer 64'
70' 99 Terodde 22 Insua
90' 99 Terodde 1515 Mané
9Terodde 13. Min
64. Min 21Voglsammer 20Junglas
9Terodde 2Insua 70. Min
9Terodde 15Mané 90. Min


3232 Staude 1919 Prietl 40'
45' 3131 Özcan 1616 Klein
60' 1111 Asano 1010 Maxim
69' 1919 Großkreutz 2121 Pavard
1111 Salger 2828 Hartherz 74'
2929 Putaro 2121 Voglsammer 80'
40. Min 19Prietl 32Staude
31Özcan 16Klein 45. Min
11Asano 10Maxim 60. Min
19Großkreutz 21Pavard 69. Min
74. Min 28Hartherz 11Salger
80. Min 21Voglsammer 29Putaro


44' 19 Großkreutz
9 Klos 85'
19Großkreutz 44. Min
85. Min 9Klos

Three points against Bielefeld

Hatte viel Grund zu jubeln: Simon Terodde
Hatte viel Grund zu jubeln: Simon Terodde

A crowd of 55,160 spectators packed into the Mercedes-Benz Arena saw VfB notch up a 3-1 (1-0) win over Arminia Bielefeld. Christian Gentner & Co. were the more active team and, similarly to recent games, again took an early lead. The intermittent equaliser did little to unsettle the side in the shirts with the infamous red hoop, who duly hit back with goals number two and three. All three VfB goals on the day were scored by Simon Terodde, who took his personal goal-tally for the season to seven. 


In VfB’s starting eleven, Simon Terodde was brought in to replace Toni Sunjic as the only alteration made by head-coach Hannes Wolf in comparison with the side that began in last weekend’s derby victory in Karlsruhe.

13th minute Simon Terodde makes it 1-0 for VfB. The Wasenelf’s number nine pounces following a back-pass, putting pressure on Bielefeld’s keeper Wolfgang Hesl, getting to the ball before the keeper can make a pass and the ball duly bounced in off Simon Terodde’s foot.
44th minute Shortly before the half-time break, Kevin Großkreutz receives his fifth booking of the season, which means the winger is suspended for the up-coming game against 1. FC Union Berlin on November 20th. The hosts take their narrow advantage into the break.
64th minute An equaliser for the visitors, with Andreas Voglsammer making it 1-1.
67th minute And Bielefeld almost take the lead. A shot from Tom Schütz strikes the post and, luckily for VfB, Fabian Klos is unable to turn the rebound home.
And Bielefeld almost take the lead. A shot from Tom Schütz strikes the post and, luckily for VfB, Fabian Klos is unable to turn the rebound home.
70th minute Simon Terodde is then ultimately more precise in his finishing. From an Emiliano Insua cross, VfB’s centre-forward heads home to put his side back in the driving seat.
90th minute Further reason for Simon Terodde celebrations in the final minute. The number nine fires home directly from a Carlos Mané delivery to make the final score 3-1.

Simon Terodde:

Bielefeld came here confidently, following back-to-back wins and they immediately made life difficult for us. Following the equaliser, we showed just the right reaction and created a number of chances. The 1-0 was an important goal at just the right time, even if such goals are accompanied by an amount of fortune. For the second goal, the combination play with Emiliano worked very well. During the week he was forced out twice, but I told him that he really had to play. The fact that I scored from a cross again today is perfect. We are delighted about this win in front of a great crowd.


VfB’s third consecutive win was a tough afternoon’s work. The Cannstatt Boys were the more active of the two sides over long phases of the match against a tightly packed and defensively minded opponent. Bielefeld’s defensive order made it difficult for the hosts to put attacking moves together, as the visitors themselves often looked threatening on the break. Following the equaliser, Christian Gentner & Co. displayed exactly the right attitude and duly deservedly decided the game in their favour. It was VfB’s fourth consecutive home win.