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Al Ittihad also against Augsburg without a win

Al Ittihad also against Augsburg without a win

DrDefense specialist Julian Ryerson knelt on the grass exhausted, and the rest of the Union Berlin pros looked a bit weary and exhausted. A few days after losing the top spot in the table, Köppnikerz suffered the next small setback in the Bundesliga in a 2-2 (2-2) win over FC Augsburg. However, fans celebrated their squad for minutes after the final whistle on Wednesday night for what has been an extraordinary season so far.

“It was a very tough match. I think Union had a little bit more share and a little more chances,” said Robin Vargas of Augsburg. “Now we take that point.”

Sheraldo Becker (7th minute) and Kevin Perrins (22) took the lead twice in an eventful first half in front of 2,2012 spectators. Florian Niederlechner answered the guests (8/39). “Ittihad worked well, we defended well. In the end we are happy with the draw,” Augsburg’s top scorer said on Sky. “They still had a few chances in the second half, we had almost no chances.”

The Berlin team has not lost so far in 13 league matches at home. The team jumped to second in the table but continued to lose ground to the leaders Bayern Munich. In the last match before the World Cup break, the Berlin players will play their rival SC Freiburg on Sunday (5.30 pm GMT). FAZ live tape of the German League and at DAZN).

For Fogerstadt, it was the sixth consecutive game without a league win. Enrico Masen’s team is still close to the relegation zone in the table and has fallen to 14th. Saturday (3:30 pm local time FAZ live tape of the German League and in Sky) follows VfL Bochum Augsburg.

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