Joker Misidjan spoils Sahin's Werder debut

Joker Misidjan spoils Sahin's Werder debut

Nuremberg hijacks a late point from Bremen

Werder Bremen had to accept a late damper on Sunday afternoon: In the home game against Bundesliga promoted Nuremberg, it was enough only to a 1-1. Among the many debutants was ultimately a FCN joker out.

Late ecstasy: Club debutant Virgil Misidjan made in the stoppage time for the acclaimed compensation.

Late ecstasy: Club debutant Virgil Misidjan made in the stoppage time for the acclaimed compensation.

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Bremen coach Florian Kohfeldt sent exactly the same team as at late 2-1 away win in Frankfurt on the lawn. That meant also: Keeper Pavlenka was fit in time after his concussion suffered at the last Bundesliga match.

Club coach Michael Köllner built his starting line-up compared to 1: 1 against 1. FSV Mainz 05 only in one position for: Instead of Palacios began summer new signing Matheus Pereira (loan from Sporting Lisbon), who celebrated his Bundesliga premiere.

Margreitter rescues

From the start Bremen took the hilt of action in the hand, the home side bribed directly by much possession – and the ball went really well. It took however a whole quarter of an hour, before Werder became dangerous: Osako put on the right moment on Kruse, whose shot was deflected decisively by Margreitter in the last second (15.). Matheus Pereira was on the right wing, but chances did not jump out.

From the inner post into the gate

After a small urge phase, the SVW again took control, but Harnik was also stopped by Margreitter (21). Shortly thereafter, it happened: Klaassen served Eggestein, who nailed the leather unrestrained from 18 meters in a half-right position to the inner post – 1: 0 (26). As a result, the FCN gasped a bit, Kruse missed to refill with a left-footed shot (30). Because the hosts then switched to the management mode, it remained at break at 1-0.

Video referee takes the 1: 1 back

After the break, the home side left the club more ball and room, but the FCN initially knew too little to begin with it. So the first chance after the break but again Werder: Harnik found Eggestein, whose left-foot shot but missed his goal (55.). A little later, it was suddenly 1-1, but Petrak's Duseltor in the turmoil was withdrawn because in the previous scene Ishak had been offside – the video assistant had to help (59.).

Rashica and Sahin are coming

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In the last half hour began the interplay: Köllner brought Löwen and Misidjan (Bundesliga premiere), Kohfeldt responded with Rashica and Sahin (debut for Werder). A quarter of an hour before the end it was also the new signing of Borussia Dortmund, who sent Osako on the trip. However, Bredlow had taken care and grabbed the leather at the right moment (75.).

Löwen still missed the 1: 1

Shortly thereafter, Joker sniffed Löwen at the equalizer, but his right-foot shot hissed past the second post (78.). As a result, both teams neutralized, so the FCN could only help a lucky punch. And that was to follow: In the second minute of injury time Behrens led the ball at the right moment on Misidjan who put the game device in the short corner. For him, it was the almost perfect debut, which ended seconds later with a quite competitive 1: 1. Nevertheless, Kohfeldt set an old record: Under his SVW is now unbeaten 14 home games in a row, which was previously only cult coach Otto Rehhagel succeeded (1981, also 14 games).

For Werder it goes on next Saturday (15.30 clock) with the away game at FC Augsburg on. The club has Hannover 96 at the same time.

Bundesliga, 2018/19, 3rd matchday

Werder Bremen – 1. FC Nuremberg 1: 1

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Headless

The club did not really have much – instead Bremen became dangerous.

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