Soccer: ÖFB “Jokers” play from Cologne to Bielefeld

In Cologne, Schaub met just four minutes after he came on the pitch after a measure cross from Kainz to 1-0 (82nd) ​​and brought the hosts against Bochum on the road to victory. Despite the great superiority of their team, the Cologne fans had to wait a long time for the redeeming cheers. Tim Lemperle (90 + 1) put the 2-0 up, the goal from Simon Zoller (90 + 4) came too late for Bochum.

The Frankfurt had led in Bielefeld thanks to a goal from Jens Petter Hauge in the 22nd minute until shortly before the end. But Wimmer, who came on in the 81st minute, equalized the hosts just five minutes later and made a perfect debut in the German Bundesliga. Manuel Prietl also played through at Arminia. Glasner, who played Martin Hinteregger as captain, but left Stefan Ilsanker on the bench, has to wait for his first win as Eintracht coach even after three games. Gentsch

The opening goal from Hauge (left) only gave Frankfurt one point in the end

Own goals help Leverkusen

Bayer Leverkusen celebrated a 4-1 victory at Augsburg without the injured Julian Baumgartlinger, mainly thanks to two own goals by the hosts. With a double hit in their own goal by Iago (3rd minute) and Florian Niederlechner (14th), Leverkusen took an early lead in Augsburg. Niederlechner (30.) made the connection with the first FCA goal of the season. Czech Championship striker Patrik Schick (75th) with a remarkable shot from 16 meters and Florian Wirtz (81st) removed the last doubts about the clear away win for Leverkusen. Michael Gregoritsch, who came on as a substitute in the 75th minute, could no longer set any accents at Augsburg.

Karim Onisiwo and Kevin Stöger, who were both substituted on in the 75th and 90th minutes, were also able to celebrate a victory with Mainz in the form of a 3-0 win over Greuther Fürth. Stöger set the end point in stoppage time. Anderson Lucoqui (15th) and Adam Szalai (18th) had already ensured clear conditions in favor of the home side.

Freiburg scored the three points with a 3-2 win at VfB Stuttgart in a particularly spectacular game in the first half. Jeong Woo Yeong (3rd / 9th) made it 2-0 for the guests, Lucas Höler (28th) crowned an outstanding first half hour. Konstantinos Mavropanos (45th) and Hamadi Al Ghaddioui (45th + 2) brought the Stuttgart, who had to pretend the injured Sasa Kalajdzic, back before the break. In the second 45 minutes, Freiburg managed to beat the time despite the shock before the break. Philipp Lienhart played through with the winners.

Bavaria handles Hertha

Champion Bayern Munich jumped to second place in the table. In the evening game, coach Julian Nagelsmann’s team knocked out Hertha BSC with 5: 0 (2: 0) and is now just seven points behind Bayer Leverkusen, who was one goal better. Thomas Müller (6th), three times Robert Lewandowski (35th, 70th, 84th) and Jamal Musiala (49th) scored the clear victory. Lewandowski has exceeded the mark of 300 goals in his 333rd competitive game for Munich. Only the recently deceased Gerd Müller was able to do that (517 goals in 565 competitive games).

German Bundesliga, second round


Cologne – Bochum 2: 1 (0: 0)

Goals: Schaub (82nd), Lemperle (90th + 1) and Zoller (90th + 4)

Cologne: Kainz up to the 88th minute, Ljubicic up to the 78th minute, Schaub from the 78th minute

Bielefeld – Frankfurt 1: 1 (0: 1)

Goals: Wimmer (86th) and Hauge (22nd)

Bielefeld: Prietl played through, Wimmer from the 81st minute
Frankfurt: Hinteregger played through, Ilsanker on the bench

Augsburg – Leverkusen 1: 4 (1: 2)

Goals: Niederlechner (30th) or Iago (3rd / own goal), Niederlechner (14th / own goal), Schick (75th), Wirtz (81st)

Augsburg: Gregoritsch from 76th minute

Mainz – Fürth 3: 0 (2: 0)

Tore: Lucoqui (15th), Szalai (18th), Stöger (90th + 2)

Mainz: Onisiwo from the 75th minute, Stöger from the 90th minute.

Stuttgart – Freiburg 2: 3 (2: 3)

Tore: Mavropanos (45.), Al Ghaddioui (45. + 2) bzw. Jeong (3rd, 9th), Höler (28th)

Freiburg: Lienhart played through

Bayern Munich – Hertha 5: 0 (2: 0)

Tore: Müller (6th), Lewandowski (34th, 70th, 84th), Musiala (49th)


Dortmund – Hoffenheim 3: 2 (0: 0)

Goals: Reyna (49th), Bellingham (69th), Haaland (90th + 1) and Baumgartner (61st), Dabbur (90th)

Hoffenheim: Posch played through, Baumgartner up to the 70th minute

Union Berlin – Mönchengladbach 3.30 p.m.
Wolfsburg – Leipzig 5.30 p.m.



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