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Bundesliga, 4. April 2021
DATENCENTER
SCHIEDSRICHTER ZUSCHAUER
Felix Zwayer (Berlin) 0
1
Tore
-
14
Torschüsse
10
6
Ecken
-
8
Fouls
9
59.90
Ballbesitz in %
40.10
2
Abseits
2
1
Gelb
2
-
Gelb-Rot
-
-
Rot
-

AUFSTELLUNG

1 TO
Gregor Kobel
2 VE
Waldemar Anton
4 VE
Marc Oliver Kempf
5 VE
Konstantinos Mavropanos
24 VE
Borna Sosa
3 MF
Wataru Endo
7 MF
Tanguy Coulibaly
8 MF
Gonzalo Castro
20 MF
Philipp Förster
31 MF
Mateo Klimowicz
9 ST
Sasa Kalajdzic

ERSATZBANK

33 TO
Fabian Bredlow
15 VE
Pascal Stenzel
16 VE
Atakan Karazor
10 MF
Daniel Didavi
11 MF
Erik Thommy
19 MF
Darko Churlinov
21 MF
Philipp Klement
29 MF
Alkhaly Momo Cissé
32 MF
Naouirou Ahamada

TRAINER

Pellegrino Matarazzo

AUFSTELLUNG

1 TO
Jirí Pavlenka
5 VE
Ludwig Augustinsson
21 VE
Ömer Toprak
23 VE
Theodor Gebre Selassie
32 VE
Marco Friedl
36 VE
Christian Groß
6 MF
Kevin Möhwald
7 MF
Milot Rashica
20 MF
Romano Schmid
35 MF
Maximilian Eggestein
11 ST
Niclas Füllkrug

ERSATZBANK

30 TO
Michael Zetterer
17 VE
Felix Agu
18 VE
Niklas Moisander
10 MF
Leonardo Bittencourt
29 MF
Patrick Erras
34 MF
Jean-Manuel Mbom
8 ST
Yuya Osako
9 ST
Davie Selke
43 ST
Eren Sami Dinkci

TRAINER

Florian Kohfeldt

TORE

81' 55 Augustinsson
5Augustinsson 81. Min

AUSWECHSLUNGEN

99 Selke 1111 Füllkrug 73'
88 Osako 2020 Schmid 73'
78' 3131 Klimowicz 1919 Churlinov
78' 2020 Förster 1010 Didavi
4343 Dinkci 3636 Groß 84'
86' 88 Castro 1616 Karazor
2929 Erras 66 Möhwald 88'
89' 77 Coulibaly 1515 Stenzel
73. Min 11Füllkrug 9Selke
73. Min 20Schmid 8Osako
31Klimowicz 19Churlinov 78. Min
20Förster 10Didavi 78. Min
84. Min 36Groß 43Dinkci
8Castro 16Karazor 86. Min
88. Min 6Möhwald 29Erras
7Coulibaly 15Stenzel 89. Min

KARTEN

6 Möhwald 12'
16' 20 Förster
35 Eggestein 51'
12. Min 6Möhwald
20Förster 16. Min
51. Min 35Eggestein
WEITERE DATEN EINBLENDEN

Three points on Easter Sunday

Personnel

VfB head coach Pellegrino Matarazzo was without the injured Silas Wamangituka (ruptured ACL in his right knee), Nicolas Gonzalez (thigh strain) and Orel Mangala (muscle injury) against Bremen. Philipp Förster replaced Naouirou Ahamada in midfield in one of two changes to the team that lost to Bayern Munich before the international break, with Mateo Klimowicz coming in for the injured Wamangituka.

 

Highlights
45th minute VfB start applying pressure towards the end of the first half but lack precision in the final third. The sides go into half-time deadlocked at 0-0.
54th minute The first real opportunity of the second half falls to VfB. Gonzalo Castro’s corner from the left finds Borna Sosa at the back post, but the Croatian’s volley flies over the crossbar.
55th minute At the other end, Niclas Füllkrug finds space for a shot in a promising position just inside the area but sends his effort over the bar.
65th minute VfB remain the more dangerous side in an attacking sense but continue to be let down by their final pass. Bremen are defending doggedly and attempting to hit Matarazzo’s side on the break, but the visitors are also struggling to finish off their attacks.
81st minute Just as the game appears likely to end in a draw, VfB hit Bremen on the counter. Castro carries the ball forward before passing to Sosa, whose cross into the centre narrowly evades Sasa Kalajdzic but is headed into his own net by Ludwig Augustinsson, giving VfB a 1-0 lead heading into the closing stages.
90th minute VfB manage to hold on to their narrow lead and earn themselves another three valuable points.

Sasa Kalajdzic:

In the build-up to the goal I wanted to jump really high, which I managed to do but wasn’t able to make proper contact with the ball. Thankfully it still ended up in the goal. We’ve now got a lot of points on the board, but we need to keep our feet on the ground and take as many as we possibly can from our remaining games.

Summary

Matarazzo’s charges secured the points at home to Bremen thanks to a committed performance and a slice of good fortune. VfB, who were much the better side at the end of the first and beginning of the second half, got their just rewards late on after catching Werder on the break. The Cannstatt boys become only the fourth club in Bundesliga history to reach 750 wins in the competition.