Stuttgart consolidates first place - Bielefeld celebrates goal gala 2

Stuttgart consolidates first place – Bielefeld celebrates goal gala

2nd league

Daniel Didavi (l) scored 1: 0 for VfB Stuttgart. Photo: Thomas Kienzle

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Stuttgart retain the lead of the championship, Bielefeld temporarily moves the HSV from second place. Hamburg only plays on Sundays. At the end of the table, there is no change as Wehen Wiesbaden and Bochum continue to wait for the first win of the season.

Düsseldorf (dpa) – undefeated and in Torlaune – Arminia Bielefeld remains the surprise team of the 2nd Bundesliga.

No team has hit more times than the new second of the table, who celebrated the upcoming Torgala 5-2 (3: 1) at SV Wehen Wiesbaden and already has 19 hits on the credit side. As he was not worried on Saturday, Andreas Voglsammer missed a penalty in the third consecutive victory. Better in the chart than Ostwestfalen is only temporarily VfB Stuttgart.

Although the Swabians managed to convince SpVgg Greuther conditionally, they still won after Daniel Didavi (2nd minute) and Philipp Förster (82nd) ​​with 2-0 (1-0). and reinforced the top of the ranking. The Bundesliga relegated to 1. FC Nuremberg suffered another setback: the home match against Karlsruher SC was completed Saturday at 1: 1 (1: 1). For the club, the third draw of the series, too little for more ambitious goals.

"Our claim must be, with all due respect, to win a home match against Karlsruhe, which is why we are now disappointed," said FCN goalkeeper Christian Mathenia. after the interview with the final whistle. The first (24.) of Johannes Geis from the penalty point equalized Manuel Stiefler (40.) before the break (40.).

Thomas Reis had a bitter afternoon in his second match as head coach of VfL Bochum: despite the superiority and goal of Silvere Ganvoula (57.) to SV Sandhausen, that was enough for the table penultimate at 1: 1 (0: 0) and not for the first win of the season. Substitute Aziz Bouhaddouz scored for the hosts in the 88th minute.

Friday night, the Bundesliga relegated to Hannover 96 ended its sporting decline, after two defeats that took Lower Saxony 2-1 (1-0) to the table-16. Holstein Kiel. And 1 FC Heidenheim celebrated with the goal of Robert Leipertz (59.) 1-0 (0-0) against SV Darmstadt 98 the second consecutive succession at home and climbed into the table in fourth place.

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