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Gregoric continues his scoring streak, as Bayern beat Stuttgart 3-0

Gregoric continues his scoring streak, as Bayern beat Stuttgart 3-0

With one game to go, Werkself are still four points ahead of Bayern Munich, who impressed with Konrad Laimer in a 3-0 win in front of their home fans against fourth-placed Stuttgart.

This time Gregoric was in demand as a ‘joker’ and emerged just moments after being substituted in the 66th minute. After Rolle’s header was blocked, the striker blocked a cool shot from close range. He almost scored a double, but his shot was slightly over 90. Gregoric now has six competitive goals this season, having scored three goals in a 5-0 win over Olympiacos Piraeus in the Europa League. The 29-year-old Styrian recently scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over 1.FSV Mainz 05 and VfL Wolfsburg.

“I think in general I didn’t have bad chances during the season. At the beginning of the season I missed them, then the injury came, then I chased a goal. Since I scored a goal in the Europa League, things have changed. I always meet there,” Gregoric said in an interview with DAZN. This is very important to me.” After the 2-0 defeat to West Ham United on Thursday in the Europa League and the return trip, he was “very devastated”. This is also why the striker was absent from the starting lineup. Junior Adamu came on as a substitute at the end, and Philipp Lenhart was absent due to… injury.

After its third win in a row, Freiburg ranks sixth with 24 points. Cologne, in which Dejan Ljubicic and Florian Kainz played until the 61st minute and Julian Chabot ran the traffic lights in the 62nd minute, are in 16th place in the relegation zone with ten points. The match was stopped for five minutes in the first half due to fans throwing several chocolate bars on the pitch in protest against investors’ investment in the German Football League (DFL).

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Leverkusen continued its wonderful autumn run with its twelfth victory in its fifteenth match. There has been no defeat yet. Victor Boniface (14th), Jérémie Frimpong (51st) and Florian Wirtz (57th) ensured clear conditions. As a result, coach Xabi Alonso’s team is still four points ahead of its first pursuer, Bayern.

The Munich team did not give Stuttgart any chance in the evening match. Harry Kane scored after perfect preparation work from Leroy Sane (second) and with a header (55), and the last point came from a header that changed its direction from Kim Min Jae (63). Laimer played as a right-back for the home team.