VfL Bochum rings Augsburg in Elferkrimi

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Bundesliga returnee VfL Bochum continued his upward trend thanks to Manuel Riemann also in the DFB Cup. After two spot games in a good one week, the Westphalia moved into the second round in the nerve crimin from the point against the critical league competitors FC Augsburg.

The goalkeeper Riemann replaced only in the 119th minute turned the decisive penalty, before the Augsburg Arne Maier had shot over the gate. After the regular season and extension it was 2: 2 (2: 2, 1: 0).

The Swabia, in the Bundesliga after only a threesome in the first nine games on the relegation place, did not come beyond the second round for the sixth time in the past eight years.

Milos Pantovic brought the VFL with a double pack (12./53.). Reece Oxford (55.) and Ruben Vargas (58.) provided compensation within three minutes. Riemann, who had already repeated two penalty in the league this season, secured Bochum the third victory within twelve days as a successful shooter. For the FCA, the autumn becomes more and more immutable: after five competitive games in a row without victory, trainer Markus Weinzierl also becomes an explanatory note.

After the strong performance of the 2-0 against Eintracht Frankfurt, VFL coach Thomas Rice had changed his starting eleven on six positions. To the regulars who were a break, Riemann was initially heard, a new opportunity received among other things U21 international Armel Bella Kotchap. Weinzierl hardly turned his team despite the 1: 4 bankruptcy in Mainz and only took two changes. The coach had strengthened his back in front of the Game Board Chief Klaus Hofmann despite the weak Bundesligastart: There is no personal discussion.

Michael Esser, who represented Riemann in the Bochumer Tor, was able to distinguish himself after a few minutes when he defused the first grand chance of the Augsburg by Andre Hahn (8.). Two other new ones made the first successful attack for the VFL guidance: the sharp edge of Konstantinos Stafylidis recalled Pantovic for some surprising 1: 0.

Even then, Augsburg remained the team with more possession of the possession and the more fluid combinations, but the Bochum s penalty area was usually the conclusion, the last pass did not arrive. The hosts content more and more concomitant to manage the tight guidance. For discharge, the strong Pantovic caused the strong Pantovic, which met from the distance to supposedly decisive 2-0.

But Augsburg beat back – and Bochum showed nerves, the mistakes piled up. Suddenly the game was open again. The VfL was in the regular season to win the victory, but Gerrit Holtmann s shot scratched Jeffrey Gouweleeuw from the line (77th). In the extension, the substitute Michael Gregoritsch failed on the other side twice (96., 113.).

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