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Football: Baumgartner kicks off a catching-up race

Football: Baumgartner kicks off a catching-up race

In the duel of Hoffenheim against Bochum, a lively game developed from the start. Simon Zoller had given the guests, played for by Kevin Stoeger, an early lead by a double (10/13). She was just as troubled. The goal was preceded by two goals from Andrei Kramaric and Robert Skov. Bochum goalkeeper Manuel Reimann was only able to block the Croatian vice-champion’s shot and Baumgartner flicked it. After only eight minutes, Ozan Kabak equalized (22).

After that, both teams slowed down a bit, and only an hour later the spectators started screaming again. When Hoffenheim tried to attack, Austrian FA striker Baumgartner took a penalty – but Riemann saved Kramarek’s shot from the point. With Hoffenheim becoming increasingly desperate, former Salzburg player Monas Dabor, who had previously played for Baumgartner, saved the hosts shortly before the end of the match (88).

Werder saves a draw at home against Stuttgart

In Bremen, the hosts took the lead from the start in a 2-2 win over VfB Stuttgart led by captain Marco Friedl, and deserved to take the lead via Niklas Volkrug (fourth). However, Stuttgart responded through Wataru Endo (38) and Silas (77). The Austrian Football Association striker Kalajdic starred twice as a ready-made player. When the score was 1-1, Endo gave a high five and sent Silas a perfect pass as they took the lead. Shortly before the final whistle, Oliver Burke earned a point for the rookie team from Bremen.

RB Leipzig missed his first win of the season with a 2-2 (1-1) win over 1. FC Köln in the second round. Returning Timo Werner scored the lead for Domenico Tedesco’s team in the 36th minute, with the help of guest goalkeeper Marvin Schuebe. Before the break, Florian Caines was at the center of the action twice with Billy Goats.

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Keynes twice in the spotlight

After a crucial pass from the ÖFB Legionnaire team, Florian Dietz scored the equalizer (40). In extra time, the 29-year-old fell theatrically after a simple elbow check on his neck – ex-Salzburg player Dominic Zubuszlai received a red card. Outnumbered, Christopher Nkunku brought the Saxons back to the fore (56′). After a corner kick from Kainz, Leipzig’s Josko Gvardiol put the ball into his own goal (72′).

Three days after the 2-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the European Super Cup, Oliver Glasner missed a hat-trick in the second league match with Frankfurt. He did not exceed Eintracht 1:1 (1:0) at Hertha. Berlin took the lead in the third minute with a header from Swat Serdar. Soon after the end of the first half, Daiichi Kamada equalized (48). Frankfurt had been waiting to win ten Bundesliga matches all season.

German Bundesliga, second day of play

Saturday:

Hoffenheim – Bochum 3:2 (2:2)

Goals: Baumgartner (14 minutes), Kabak (23 minutes), Wasp (88 minutes) and Zoller (10 minutes 13 minutes).

Note: Kramaric (Hoffenheim / 59.) misses a penalty

Hoffenheim: Baumgartner until the 75th minute, Bosch (suspended) is not in the team
Bochum: Stoeger shines

Leipzig – Cologne 2:2 (1:1)

Goals: Werner (37 minutes), Nkunko (56 minutes) or Dietz (40 minutes), Gvardiol (72 minutes / goal goal).

Red card: Szoboszlai (45 + 1 / Leipzig)

Leipzig: Schlager is on the bench, Laimer (injured) is not in the team
Cologne: Kainz, Ljubicic shined until the 73rd minute

Bremen – Stuttgart 2:2 (1:1)

Goals: Folkrug (4′), Burke (96′) and Endo (38′), Silas (77′).

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Bremen: Friedel played through Schmid from the 78th minute
Stuttgart: Playing Kalajic

Leverkusen – Augsburg 1:2 (1:1)

Goals: Aranjuez (43 minutes), Jensen (15 minutes) and Hahn (82 minutes).

Hertha Berlin – Frankfurt 1: 1 (1: 0)

Goals: Sardar (third) and Kamada (48)

Schalke 04 – Mönchengladbach at 6.30 pm

Friday:

Freiburg – Dortmund 1:3 (1:0)

Goals: Gregoric (35 minutes) or Benoy Jettens (77 minutes), Mukoko (84 minutes) and Wolf (88 minutes).

Freiburg: Grigorich until the 74th minute, played by Leinhart

Sunday:

Mainz – Union Berlin 3.30 pm

Bayern Munich – Wolfsburg 5:30 pm