There was no surprise in Mainz. The hosts pushed Herta to the defense line very quickly and after 19 minutes of the match they enjoyed the lead. Korean midfielder Jae-Sung Lee entered the list of shooters. Before the end of the first half, Mainz added a second goal, and Alexander Haack netted Krzysztof Piątek under rather fortunate circumstances.
After the break, the owners of the land still reigned. In the 49th minute of the match, Sylvain Widmer showed a great header and lifted him to 3-0 in favor of Mainz. With this result, Krzysztof Piątek appeared on the field of play, but he could not help his team. At the end of the match, Jean-Paul Potius fixed the result of the match in Mainz with a score of 4-0 for the hosts.
In the second match, Arminia Bielefeld, who is in the relegation zone in the Bundesliga, faced VfL Bochum on their own court. The first half did not bring much emotion, but after the break the hosts got to work. The first hit was Masaya Okogawa, who capitalized on Patrick Wimmer’s perfect cross. Soon, Wimmer himself entered the list of shooters, increased to 2:0 for ARM. For Bielefeld, it was only the second victory this season in the Bundesliga.
We had a lot of emotions in the VfL Wolfbsurg-1 match. FC Koeln. The hosts took the lead twice, but the guests from Cologne managed to make up for the losses and then scored the winning goal themselves. Already in the seventh minute of the match, Lucas Nemesha entered the list of shooters, but even before the break, sniper Anthony Modeste equalized.
Dutch striker Wout Weghorst put Wolfsburg ahead after a team changeover. However, Colin did not give up, and Mark Ott scored the equalizer in the 74th minute of the match. Just as the match seemed to end in a draw, French sniper Anthony Modeste scored another goal for the visitors of Cologne. FC Cologne finally won 3:2.
- 1. FSV Mainz 05 – Hertha BSC 4:0 (2:0)
- Armenia Bielefeld – VFL Bochum 2:0 (0:0)
- Wolfsburg – 1.FC Koeln 2:3 (1:1)
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