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2. Bundesliga, 1. December 2019
DATENCENTER
SCHIEDSRICHTER ZUSCHAUER
Harm Osmers (Hannover) 13689
2
Tore
1
16
Torschüsse
27
6
Ecken
15
15
Fouls
10
26.40
Ballbesitz in %
73.60
-
Abseits
4
5
Gelb
3
-
Gelb-Rot
-
-
Rot
-

AUFSTELLUNG

1 TO
Martin Fraisl
2 VE
Aleksandr Zhirov
18 VE
Dennis Diekmeier
19 VE
Leart Paqarada
22 VE
Gerrit Nauber
6 MF
Denis Linsmayer
26 MF
Besar Halimi
27 MF
Robin Scheu
29 MF
Ivan Paurevic
11 ST
Aziz Bouhaddouz
16 ST
Kevin Behrens

ERSATZBANK

13 TO
Rick Wulle
4 VE
Jesper Verlaat
14 VE
Tim Kister
24 VE
Philipp Klingmann
30 VE
Sören Dieckmann
7 MF
Philip Türpitz
20 MF
Emanuel Taffertshofer
8 ST
Mario Engels
9 ST
Rúrik Gíslason

TRAINER

Uwe Koschinat

AUFSTELLUNG

1 TO
Gregor Kobel
5 VE
Nathaniel Phillips
15 VE
Pascal Stenzel
28 VE
Holger Badstuber
3 MF
Wataru Endo
6 MF
Santiago Ascacibar
8 MF
Gonzalo Castro
20 MF
Philipp Förster
23 MF
Orel Mangala
22 ST
Nicolás González
27 ST
Mario Gomez

ERSATZBANK

33 TO
Fabian Bredlow
2 VE
Emiliano Insúa
24 VE
Borna Sosa
16 MF
Atakan Karazor
21 MF
Philipp Klement
25 MF
Lilian Egloff
14 ST
Silas Wamangituka
18 ST
Hamadi Al Ghaddioui
30 ST
Roberto Massimo

TRAINER

Tim Walter

TORE

1' 1111 Bouhaddouz
24' 1111 Bouhaddouz
1414 Wamangituka 89'
11Bouhaddouz 1. Min
11Bouhaddouz 24. Min
89. Min 14Wamangituka

AUSWECHSLUNGEN

2424 Sosa 1515 Stenzel 58'
1818 Al Ghaddioui 2222 González 58'
65' 66 Linsmayer 1414 Kister
71' 2727 Scheu 2020 Taffertshofer
1414 Wamangituka 66 Ascacibar 72'
90' 2626 Halimi 77 Türpitz
58. Min 15Stenzel 24Sosa
58. Min 22González 18Al Ghaddioui
6Linsmayer 14Kister 65. Min
27Scheu 20Taffertshofer 71. Min
72. Min 6Ascacibar 14Wamangituka
26Halimi 7Türpitz 90. Min

KARTEN

28 Badstuber 47'
22 González 45 + 6'
52' 2 Zhirov
5 Phillips 59'
75' 19 Paqarada
81' 29 Paurevic
88' 14 Kister
90 + 4' 11 Bouhaddouz
47. Min 28Badstuber
45 + 6. Min 22González
2Zhirov 52. Min
59. Min 5Phillips
19Paqarada 75. Min
29Paurevic 81. Min
14Kister 88. Min
11Bouhaddouz 90 + 4. Min
WEITERE DATEN EINBLENDEN

Defeat in Sandhausen

Mario Gomez scored a hat-trick of goals that were all disallowed for offside, and VfB ended up slipping to a 2-1 defeat at SV Sandhausen.

Team news

VfB head coach Tim Walter was forced to make one change from the team which won the home derby 3-0 over Karlsruher just a week earlier. Captain Marc Oliver Kempf was suspended, with Nathaniel Phillips moving into central defence alongside Holger Badstuber. Pascal Stenzel took over the captain’s armband.

Highlights
1st minute VfB get off to the worst possible start and find themselves a goal behind with less than a minute on the clock, Aziz Bouhaddouz opening the scoring for the hosts.
10th minute A lovely pass behind the defence from Philipp Förster tees up Gomez to fire home the equaliser into the right-hand corner, but the goal is not allowed to stand since the striker was a hair’s breadth offside. Referee Harm Osmers consults the video assistant and sticks by his original decision.
24th minute Besar Halimi swings over a corner and Bouhaddouz makes it 2-0 for the home team.
45th+3 minute Just before the break, Gomez again finds the back of the net, this time with an incredible overhead kick from close range. And once again the goal is chalked off due to a marginal offside decision.
71st minute Gomez must be starting to think that he is cursed… The experienced forward does everything right and prods the ball past SVS keeper yet again, but for the third time, it will not count as he was a yard offside in the build-up.
89th minute Handball! Penalty! Silas Wamangituka tucks it away into the bottom left-hand corner for VfB to make it 2-1!

Head coach Tim Walter:

We need to hold our hands up regarding a few things that we didn’t do well today. In the opening 20 minutes we weren’t up to speed and fell behind to goals from set pieces. That’s all about focus and paying attention.

Summary

Despite dominating possession, creating countless chances and Gomez scoring three goals, none of which were allowed to stand, VfB fell to a gut-wrenching 2-1 defeat away to Sandhausen, dropping further points in the all-important bid for promotion. When they finally reduced the deficit with Silas Wamangituka converting from the penalty spot in the 89th minute after a handball, it was too little, too late to get anything out of the match.