A few minutes later, there was another opportunity for the guests, who repeatedly managed to get the ball out of their own half. Omar Marmoush got the ball in front of his feet after a cross from Hiroki Ito’s free kick. Hoffenheim’s Oliver Bowman managed to completely avoid the inaccurate shot.
Mangala must go – TSG’s goal does not matter
The following shock came to the guests: Uriel Mangala was forced to leave the field in the 37th minute. Philip Forster came for him. In the following, the hosts were able to establish themselves a bit in the Stuttgart run and win via Baumgartner (39th place) and kramaric (41) More opportunities.
In the 43rd minute, the ball went into the net. But Hoffenheim’s Benjamin Hubner’s goal was preceded by an offside position by Jorginho Rotter. Referee Matthias Juulenbeck did not score the goal. The score was 0-0 in the second half.
Jaeger must go – Stuttgart scores
After the break, Hoffenheim returned to the field unchanged. As for the guests, Sasa Kalagdich came in instead of Chris Vohresh. A few minutes later, TSG also had to change for the first time: Dennis Geiger, who had already received a head injury at the start of the match, fell again after a friction in his penalty area and had to be carried. away on the stretcher. Sebastian Rudy came for him.
Sasa Kalajic extended the subsequent corner kick from Omar Marmos. Wataru Endo managed to escape from Hoffenheim’s David Raum on the second post and put the ball over the goal line to make it 1-0 (58). Hoffenheim then needed just under ten minutes to recover from the shock before Elas Bebeau had his first big chance to equalise. But his head was not in its place (67).
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