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2. Bundesliga, 12. December 2016
Dr. Felix Brych (München) 47125
Ballbesitz in %


1 TO
Mitchell Langerak
2 VE
Emiliano Insua
5 VE
Timo Baumgartl
19 VE
Kevin Großkreutz
21 VE
Benjamin Pavard
35 VE
Marcin Kaminski
15 MF
Carlos Mané
20 MF
Christian Gentner
25 MF
Matthias Zimmermann
9 ST
Simon Terodde
11 ST
Takuma Asano


32 TO
Benjamin Uphoff
4 VE
Toni Sunjic
6 VE
Jean Zimmer
7 MF
Hajime Hosogai
10 MF
Alexandru Maxim
31 MF
Berkay Özcan
33 ST
Daniel Ginczek


Hannes Wolf


1 TO
Philipp Tschauner
25 VE
Oliver Sorg
31 VE
Waldemar Anton
5 MF
Salif Sané
6 MF
Marvin Bakalorz
7 MF
Edgar Prib
8 MF
Manuel Schmiedebach
11 MF
Felix Klaus
14 MF
Martin Harnik
37 MF
Noah Joel Sarenren Bazee
26 ST
Kenan Karaman


30 TO
Samuel Sahin-Radlinger
3 VE
Miiko Albornoz
4 VE
Stefan Strandberg
19 VE
Florian Hübner
10 MF
Sebastian Maier
18 MF
Iver Fossum
24 ST
Niclas Füllkrug


Daniel Stendel


12' 99 Terodde 1111 Asano
3737 Sarenren Bazee 1414 Harnik 26'
3737 Sarenren Bazee 1111 Klaus 87'
9Terodde 11Asano 12. Min
26. Min 14Harnik 37Sarenren Bazee
87. Min 11Klaus 37Sarenren Bazee


57' 2525 Zimmermann 3131 Özcan
64' 1111 Asano 1010 Maxim
33 Albornoz 2525 Sorg 73'
2424 Füllkrug 1414 Harnik 79'
81' 1515 Mané 3333 Ginczek
1818 Fossum 3737 Sarenren Bazee 90'
25Zimmermann 31Özcan 57. Min
11Asano 10Maxim 64. Min
73. Min 25Sorg 3Albornoz
79. Min 14Harnik 24Füllkrug
15Mané 33Ginczek 81. Min
90. Min 37Sarenren Bazee 18Fossum


39' 19 Großkreutz
25 Sorg 41'
76' 21 Pavard
90 + 3' 5 Baumgartl
19Großkreutz 39. Min
41. Min 25Sorg
21Pavard 76. Min
5Baumgartl 90 + 3. Min

Late defeat

Sein Tor reichte nicht: Simon Terodde
Sein Tor reichte nicht: Simon Terodde

VfB’s home run has been brought to an end. On Monday evening, the side in the shirts with the infamous red hoop suffered a 1-2 defeat at the hands of Hanover 96. A hard-fought out battle was eventually to be decided by a late goal. As was often the case in recent weeks, Simon Terodde & Co. got off to a good start and took an early lead, but that was only to last for fourteen minutes. Both sides had good opportunities before the break and the match developed into a tough physical battle during the second period, with the visitors then making snagging a late decider.


The was one change made to the VfB starting eleven from last weekend’s outing, with Kevin Großkreutz getting the nod ahead of Berkay Özcan. In addition, both Daniel Ginczek and Alexandru Maxim returned to the 18-man squad.

12th minute: Same procedure as so often this season….! As has been the case in the last six games, VfB take the lead within the opening quarter-hour. And it was a goal the Cannstatt Boys had to battle hard for against Hannover. Christian Gentner flings himself into a challenge and the ball breaks for Carlos Mané, who immediately passes on to Takuma Asano. The Japanese international is unable to get enough control of the ball to get a shot away, but manages to poke a pass through to Simon Terodde who slides in to make contact ahead of Hannover keeper Philipp Tschauner, to make it 1-0.
26th minute Shortly beforehand, Kevin Großkreutz won a race for possession with the striker, but this time Martin Harnik gets on the end of a delivery from Noah Sarenren Bazee for force the ball over the line with his chest – 1-1.
29th minute And more danger in front of the VfB goal! Mitch Langerak makes a save from Marvin Bakalorz, as the ball bounces awkwardly in front of him.
30th minute There are chances for Hannes Wolf’s men too. Takuma Asano’s shot sails over the crossbar.
82nd minute Daniel Ginczek resplaces Carlos Mané – and just seconds after his introduction, the striker has his first sight of goal, but is unable to steer his shot on target.
87th minute Felix Klaus makes effective use of some confusion in the VfB defence to first home and make it 2-1 for the visitors.
90th minute: Timo Baumgartl is shown the red card in injury-time for a handball.

Hannes Wolf:

We have to admit that we weren’t good enough in the first-half and never really got into the game. Things worked out better after the re-start and we had our chances. We naturally want to win every game in front of our home fans – but that didn’t go in our favour today. Some games just go that way though and we are not going to let that get us down.


On Monday evening, VfB were faced by an opponent that demanded everything Hannes Wolf’s men had to offer – and the Wasenelf were up for the challenge! Just as it looked as though the two sides would be having to settle for a share of the spoils, the guests struck and snatched away all three points.