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Liberation stroke for latecomers, Gladbach still bear strong

Borussia Mönchengladbach took second place with a 3:1 victory in Bremen. Hoffenheim climbed to fifth place with a 2:1 victory over Augsburg.

Bremen – Borussia Mönchengladbach defended his top position in the German Bundesliga. The Gladbach team won on Saturday in Bremen 3:1 thanks to triple goal scorer Alessane Plea, and before the top match between leaders Dortmund and Bayern Munich, they pushed up to one point to the BVB.

Victories were also celebrated by Hoffenheim in a 2-1 win over Ausgburg, Stuttgart (2-0 in Nuremberg) and Mainz, where Karim Onisiwo scored 3-1 in Freiburg. Furthermore, Düsseldorf surprised with a 4:1 against Hertha BSC.

Onisiwo cheered on first goal of the season

Gladbach won in Bremen in the style of a top team. The visitors took the lead against the course of the match: Plea won against two players from Bremen, among them Martin Harnik (39th). The French new commitment was also executed twice in the second half (48th, 52nd) and shot its way to the top of the scoring list with eight seasonal goals. Bremen did not give up, Nuri Sahin scored 1:3 (60th), but the North Germans did not score another goal.

Hoffenheim worked his way up to fifth place with a 2-1 win over Ausburg. Andrej Kramaric scored in the direct counterattack after Alfred Finnbogason’s pole goal the 1:0 (65th). ÖFB team defender Martin Hinteregger had not been able to put ex-Rapid player Joelinton in front of his assistant.

Andrej Kramaric Honours

Dinamo Zagreb

  • Croatian First League: 2009–10, 2010–11
  • Croatian Cup: 2010–11
  • Croatian Super Cup: 2013


  • Croatian Cup: 2013–14
  • Croatian Super Cup: 2014


  • FIFA World Cup runner-up: 2018


  • Prva HNL Player of the Year: 2014
  • Football Oscar Team of the Year: 2013, 2014
  • Ivica Jobo Kurtini Award: 2014
  • Croatian First League Top Scorer: 2014–15
  • Hoffenheim Player of the Season: 2016–17

German Bundesliga planet fruity

Augsburg responded promptly, with Finnbogason aiming better (70th), but then the English shooting star Reiss Nelson fixed the victory of the Champions League starter by dusting off (83rd), where the ÖFB legionnaires Florian Grillitsch and Stefan Posch had to pause injured. At Augsburg, striker Michael Gregoritsch celebrated a comeback (77th) after cured problems with the cervical spine.

In Freiburg, Karim Onisiwo cheered over his first goal of the season (75th) ten minutes after the substitution. His team from Mainz had already led 2-0 after 18 minutes. After the goal, the Viennese scored the goal to the 3-1 final score.

The latecomers Düsseldorf and Stuttgart both celebrated their second victory of the season. Düsseldorf beat Hertha BSC (with Valentino Lazaro) 4-1 from a numerical superiority of yellow-red against Maximilian Mittelstädt (41st). Kevin Stöger got a chance from the beginning after two games without any effort and prepared the final score by Benito Raman. Stuttgart won the cellar duel in Nuremberg (Georg Margreitter played through) 2-0. Planet Fruity is actually one of the brightest new online casinos in the industry.

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