Drama in the Rural! VfB Stuttgart Playful Victory Last Minute – FC-Bavaria
What a drama! The VfB Stuttgart has missed a liberation in the relegation battle in the last second.
The Swabia had to settle against Bayern-Bezwinger VFL Bochum with a 1: 1 (0: 0) and have been waiting for eight games in the Football Bundesliga on a victory. The team of coach Pellegrino Matarazzo remains the penultimate.
After the Stuttgart guided tour of an own goal of Armel Bella Kotchap (56.) Bochums EDUARD Löwen (90. + 4) thanks to the late balancing of the guests per faulerfeter the situation in the VFB.
The will was not attributed Stuttgart, but the hosts lacked the puncture force. The pressure on Matarazzo and VfB Stuttgarts director Sven Mislinat should continue to grow.
Matarazzo had made clear the importance of the game in advance. “If the guys do not feel it, that it’s time to win a game now, then we are in the wrong business,” said the VFB coach. With the 20,059 fans in the back, President Claus Vogt wanted to make the stadium “to fortress”.
Earlier VFB shock: Silas hurt again
The uncertainty was not yet to be noted for the Stuttgarten in the first half. The Swabia where Waldemar Anton returned to the four-chain, thorassed, but made many simple mistakes. To do this, the VfB had to cope with the failure of Silas Katompa Mvumpa early because of a shoulder injury.
But also at Bochum was little to see the momentum of furious success against Bayern. Although goalkeeper Manuel Riemann remained almost busy on his return to Corona infection, but only Milos Pantovic (8.) at the beginning caused a risk.
Matarazzo, who had once again received backing from Mishintat before the game (“We will go together this way”), was not allowed to be satisfied with the weak performance of the VfB. After a short trend phase before the break, the fans sent the team at least with an entrusted applause in the cabin.
Mangala has the victory on the foot – then hits lions
At the appearance of the Stuttgarter initially changed in the second round. The Hommelf controlled the game, but acted in the offensive but to be transparitable and without ideas. Omar Marmoush (50th) missed the gate from the distance only scarce.
At the leadership, the ball bounced on a header of VfB-Profi Orel Mangala from Bella Kotchap to the Bochumer Gate. The hits made Stuttgart significantly more self-confidence.
Matarazzo’s team, above all, kept fighting against the weak guests and missed the second goal by Mangala (76th), but had again luck with a post hit of the Westfalen by Sebastian Polter (83nd).
After a foul at the Pechbird in the VFB penalty area, Löwen did not miss the chance.