VfB Stuttgart manages to free – Leverkusen go under in Frankfurt

Mainz wins at Werder

With a resounding victory, VfB Stuttgart obtained the desired release on the tenth day of the Bundesliga match. In the first match after separating from coach Pellegrino Matarazzo, the Swabians celebrated their first win of the season with a clear 4: 1 (2: 1) in the basement duel against last VfL Bochum and climbed back to 14th place in the standings, at least temporarily.

Bayer Leverkusen meanwhile suffered their second defeat in the third competitive match under new coach Xabi Alonso with 1: 5 (0: 1) at Eintracht Frankfurt. The home defeat 2-0 (1-0) against 1. FSV Mainz 05 caused a disappointment for the promoted Werder Bremen, who had a surprisingly strong start to the season. Even a two-time 2: 2 (1: 1) lead in Wolfsburg was not enough for Borussia Mönchengladbach for their fifth win of the season.

4: 1 against Bochum: VfB Stuttgart win in the first match after the expulsion of Matarazzo

VfB Stuttgart has interrupted its sporting descent for the moment. In the first match after the separation from coach Pellegrino Matarazzo there was a 4: 1 (2: 1) against VfL Bochum. Under the leadership of interim coach Michael Wimmer, the Swabians won the trend duel against the bottom and left the relegation zone. Bochum suffered another setback following the release against Eintracht Frankfurt (3-0) last week.

After nine unsuccessful attempts, the passionate and not at all insecure VfB celebrated his first win of the season. After just three minutes, Silas’ converted penalty made the fans cheer in the stands of the Stuttgart Arena. Naouirou Ahamada extends the lead (22 ‘). Simon Zoller shortens the lead for VfL (29 ‘) before Silas scores the second goal (64’). Captain Wataru Endo (71st) made the decision.


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Bayer Leverkusen experienced 1: 5 decommissioning at Eintracht Frankfurt

Difficult times are already beginning for Bayer Leverkusen’s new manager, Xabi Alonso, after 1: 5 (0: 1) at Eintracht Frankfurt. Three days after the Champions League defeat to FC Porto (0: 3), Werkself suffered a dismantling. In front of 49,700 fans, Daichi Kamada scored two penalties (45 + 4/72 minutes), Randal Kolo Muani (58 ‘), Jesper Lindström (65’) and Lucas Alario (86 ‘) for Eintracht. Piero Hincapié scored for the visitors (56th), who inflicted both penalties and saw the yellow and red card about 20 minutes from time.

Two goals from Thuram are not enough: Gladbach 2: 2 in Wolfsburg

Wherever Borussia Mönchengladbach play, there is always something going on right now. After 1: 5 against Werder Bremen and 5: 2 against 1. FC Köln, this time it was only enough for a 2: 2 (1: 1) at home to VfL Wolfsburg despite being in the lead twice. As a result, Daniel Farke’s side failed to improve their Champions League place for at least one day.

Marcus Thuram led Borussia twice in the 13th and 47th minutes. VfL drew twice with Yannick Gerhardt (43 ‘) and Omar Marmoush (69’). This was deserved as Wolfsburg lost half a dozen more chances in front of 26,701 fans.


Thuram jumps into the top 3: Bundesliga top scorers

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14 Jeremie Frimpong (Bayer Leverkusen) – 4 goals in 10 games


8 Sadio Mané (Bayern) – 4 goals in 9 games

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8 Leroy Sané (Bayern) – 4 goals in 9 games

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8 Dodi Lukebakio (Hertha BSC) – 4 goals in 9 games

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8 Ermedin Demirovic (FC Augsburg) – 4 goals in 9 games

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8 Florian Kainz (1. FC Cologne) – 4 goals in 9 games

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7 Michael Gregoritsch (SC Freiburg) – 4 goals in 8 games

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6 Jamal Musiala (Bayern) – 5 goals in 8 games

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4 Sheraldo Becker (Union Berlin) – 6 goals in 9 games

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4 Daichi Kamada (Eintracht Frankfurt) – 6 goals in 9 games

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3 Marcus Thuram (Borussia Monchengladbach) – 7 goals in 10 games

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2 Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig) – 7 goals in 9 games

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1 Niclas Fullkrug (Werder Bremen) – 8 goals in 10 games

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Füllkrug misses: Werder Bremen fail against Mainz 05

No Füllkrug goals, no Werder wins: Bremen’s surprise team and their top scorer suffered a setback against their feared new opponent. In 0: 2 (0: 1) against 1. FSV Mainz 05, striker Niclas Füllkrug took a used day as the entire Werder team and therefore was unable to collect further points from national team manager Hansi Flick in the fight for a World Cup ticket . Instead, Marcus Ingvartsen (36th minute) and Jae-Sung Lee (66th) scored in front of 41,000 fans in the sold out Weser Stadium for the visitors, for which it was the third straight win over Weser.

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