25th match day of the Bundesliga: VfB Stuttgart is approaching Hertha BSC – Sport

The VfB Stuttgart has ended his negative series in the Bundesliga and can hope to stay in the class again. On Saturday evening, the Swabians beat Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-2 (1-2) after being 2-0 down. With the first success after nine games without a win, the Stuttgart team moved up to one point to the relegation place 16. Despite the defeat, the Gladbachers remained in 13th place, but are also still in danger of relegation.

FC Bayern has only slightly extended its lead in the table. On the 25th match day, the record champions did not get more than 1: 1 (1: 1) in the top game against Bayern Leverkusen on Saturday – the lead over Borussia Dortmund is initially nine points.

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Central defender Niklas Süle (18th) scored the lead for Bayern. Thomas Müller (36th), who returned to the starting eleven after a corona infection, scored an own goal – his first in the 407th Bundesliga game.

SC Freiburg missed the leap past the Saxons in fourth place in the 1-1 (1-0) win at RB Leipzig due to a late goal. Ermedin Demirovic (38th) scored for Freiburg in Leipzig. But Angeliño (90th) equalized in the last minute of regulation time.

In the lower half of the table, Hertha BSC suffered another setback in the 1: 4 (0: 1) against Eintracht Frankfurt. VfL Wolfsburg won 1-0 (1-0) against Union Berlin.

Bochum’s own goal gives Fürth hope for a short time

VfL Bochum 1848 came a step closer to remaining in the league with a 2-1 (1-0) win against bottom-placed SpVgg Greuther Fürth. In the promoted game, Maxim Leitsch (35′) scored from a free kick for Bochum, before Armel Bella Kotchap (64′) unintentionally scored his own goal and thus brought Fürth back into the game for a short time. Anthony Losilla (71st) brought Bochum back into the lead.

Again, clubs and fans used the matchday to commemorate the victims of the war in Ukraine. Before the game, the scoreboards in the Munich Arena were lit up in the Ukrainian national colors of blue and yellow. The players gathered in the center circle just before kick-off around a banner that read: “End the War! stop the war!

The BVB game in Mainz scheduled for Sunday had been postponed to mid-March due to corona cases at FSV. (dpa)

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