Post a Comment Print Share on Facebook

Mehmedi and Steffen lead Wolfsburg to victory

Since the international break in November, Wolfsburg with 16 points from six Games along with Bayern Munich, the most successful team in the championship – even

- 7 reads.

Mehmedi and Steffen lead Wolfsburg to victory

Since the international break in November, Wolfsburg with 16 points from six Games along with Bayern Munich, the most successful team in the championship – even before the Leader Dortmund. Only the 2:2 against Hoffenheim, coach Bruno Labbadia gave in this time.

a Long time it seemed as Wolfsburg in Augsburg would not win, despite a 2:0 interval lead. The Augsburg needed in the second half only ten minutes to compensate. The decisive goal was scored by finally, midfielder Yannick Gerhardt in the 90. Minute.

The Swiss striker Admir Mehmedi and Renato Steffen had your share of success. Mehmedi was preparing for the 2:0 of the Brazilian William, and after 83 minutes for Mehmedi substitute Steffen suggested in the case of a counter-attack is the magnificent edge on Gerhardt.

Mehmedi spurned in the closing stages, two excellent opportunities for an earlier decision. He missed the goal from good positions, with a Header and then a Curling effort.

In the second Match of Sunday played Hoffenheim and Mainz 1:1. Steven Zuber, who was replaced a quarter of an hour before the end, made after eleven minutes with a precise back pass for the assist to the 1:0 by Kerem Demirbay. Hoffenheim reserves of only up to 18. In January duration of the winter break, a place at the front of the midfield.

telegrams and rank list:

Augsburg - Wolfsburg 2:3 (0:2). - 28'152 viewers. - Goals: 33. Guilavogui 0:1. 42. William (Mehmedi) 0:2. 49. Khedira is 1:2. 59. Cordova 2:2. 90. Gerhardt (Steffen) 2:3. Comments: Wolfsburg to 83. with Mehmedi, replaced by Steffen.

Hoffenheim - Mainz 1:1 (1:1). Viewers. - Goals: 11. Demirbay (Making) 1:0. 16. Mateta 1:1. - Remarks: Hoffenheim to 78. with making (shown a yellow card).

ranking: 1. Borussia Dortmund 17/42 (44:18). 2. Bayern Munich 17/36 (36:18). 3. Borussia Mönchengladbach 17/33 (36:18). 4. RB Leipzig 17/31 (31:17). 5. Wolfsburg 17/28 (27:22). 6. Eintracht Frankfurt 17/27 (34:23). 7. Hoffenheim 17/25 (32:23). 8. Hertha Berlin 17/24 (26:27). 9. Bayer Leverkusen 17/24 (26:29). 10. Werder Bremen 17/22 (28:29). 11. SC Freiburg 17/21 (21:25). 12. Mainz 05 17/21 (17:22). 13. Schalke 04 17/18 (20:24). 14. Fortuna Düsseldorf 17/18 (19:33). 15. Augsburg 17/15 (25:29). 16. VfB Stuttgart 17/14 (12:35). 17. Hannover 96 17/11 (17:35). 18. 1. FC Nürnberg 17/11 (14:38). (sda)

Created: 23.12.2018, 17:55 PM

Avatar
Your Name
Post a Comment
Characters Left:
Your comment has been forwarded to the administrator for approval.×
Warning! Will constitute a criminal offense, illegal, threatening, offensive, insulting and swearing, derogatory, defamatory, vulgar, pornographic, indecent, personality rights, damaging or similar nature in the nature of all kinds of financial content, legal, criminal and administrative responsibility for the content of the sender member / members are belong.