10/02/2021 at 5:33 PM CEST
The Stuttgart won 3-1 against Hoffenheim during the game held this Saturday at the Mercedes benz arena. The Stuttgart He arrived with the intention of increasing his score after drawing 0-0 in the last match played against the Bochum. Regarding the visiting team, the Hoffenheim won at home 3-1 their last match in the tournament against VfL Wolfsburg. With this defeat the Hoffenheim was placed in tenth position at the end of the duel, while the Stuttgart is eleventh.
The first team to score was the local team, which inaugurated the luminous through a goal of Marc kempf at 18 minutes. After this, the first part concluded with a score of 1-0.
In the second half luck came for him Stuttgart, who extended distances with a goal from Konstantinos Mavropanos at 60 minutes. Later, a new occasion increased the score of the premises thanks to the goal of Roberto Massimo in minute 81 that left a 3-0 in favor of Stuttgart. However, the Hoffenheim in minute 84 he approached the scoreboard thanks to a goal from Jacob Bruun Larsen, concluding the confrontation with the result of 3-1.
The coaches of both teams decided to use all available changes. At Stuttgart they entered Roberto Massimo, Matthew Klimowicz, Nikolas Nartey, Clinton mola and Daniel Didavi replacing Chris Fuhrich, Omar marmoush, Orel Mangala, Borna Sosa and Tanguy Coulibaly, Meanwhile he Hoffenheim gave entrance to Kevin Akpoguma, Georginio rutter, Jacob Bruun Larsen, Munas Dabbur and Sebastian rudy by Pavel Kaderabek, Diadie samassekou, Dennis Geiger, Ihlas Bebou and Sargis Adamyan.
In the match the referee showed a yellow card to the visiting team. Specifically, he showed a yellow card to Diadie samassekou.
With this result, the Stuttgart and the Hoffenheim they are tied at eight points in the Bundesliga.
On the following day the team of Pellegrino Matarazzo will face against Borussia Mönchengladbach, Meanwhile he Hoffenheim de Sebastian Hoeness will face him Cologne.
Data sheetStuttgart:Florian Muller, Waldemar Anton, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Marc Kempf, Tanguy Coulibaly (Daniel Didavi, min.90), Orel Mangala (Nikolas Nartey, min.76), Atakan Karazor, Wataru Endo, Borna Sosa (Clinton Mola, min.90) , Chris Fuhrich (Roberto Massimo, min.65) and Omar Marmoush (Mateo Klimowicz, min.76)Hoffenheim:Oliver Baumann, Pavel Kaderabek (Kevin Akpoguma, min.57), Kevin Vogt, Chris Richards, David Raum, Diadie Samassekou (Georginio Rutter, min.57), Florian Grillitsch, Dennis Geiger (Jacob Bruun Larsen, min.69), Ihlas Bebou (Munas Dabbur, min.69), Andrej Kramaric and Sargis Adamyan (Sebastian Rudy, min.83)Stadium:Mercedes benz arenaGoals:Marc Kempf (1-0, min. 18), Konstantinos Mavropanos (2-0, min. 60), Roberto Massimo (3-0, min. 81) and Jacob Bruun Larsen (3-1, min. 84)