Default

The dream of Europe lives! Wolves become serial killers

The VfL Wolfsburg is still on its way up and may even dream of returning to Europe in this form. The team of coach Bruno Labbadia won on the 16th. Game day earns with 2:0 (2:0) against the favorite opponent VfB Stuttgart and has been undefeated since five games in the Bundesliga.

Captains Josuha Guilavogui (24.) and Wout Weghorst (44.) met the Swans, where Captain Christian Zentner was in the starting eleven three days after his father’s sudden death.

The effective Wolfsburgers have a three-more on the account with now seven seasonal victories just before Christmas than in the entire previous season and advance by three points to the Champions League places. The Stuttgarts, meanwhile, do not get their external weakness under control, the team of Markus Weinzierl is still stuck in the table cellar. The final victory so far in Wolfsburg was won by the VfB thirteen years ago on the 10th. December 2005.

The 21.780 viewers saw few football highlights, but two dedicated teams. Stuttgart did not hide either, but the landlords, who repeatedly tried to stage the powerful Daniel Ginczek, had better chances. The first two good possibilities were then awarded by Maximilian Arnold, the U21 European Champion of 2017 found twice (10). and 18.) his master in VfB goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler.

Mario Gomez against his former club pale

Shortly afterwards Arnold placed a free shot on Guilavogui’s head The Frenchman only had to nod to the deserved leadership meeting.

Afterwards Wolfsburg took something out of the tempo and let Stuttgart come. But the Swabians found it difficult to create compelling opportunities out of the available spaces –attacker Mario Gomez was largely neutralized by his former colleagues.

Instead, after a counter, Admir Mehmedi had the 2:0 on his foot, but the Swiss shot clear across the gate. Weghorst was much more determined at his sixth season meeting shortly thereafter, Stuttgart’s Santiago Ascacibar and Marc-Oliver Kempf looked quite bad in the scene.

The VfB did not want to give up even with the increasing duration of the game, brought the former Wolfsburg Daniel Didavi for more momentum –however, he was always unsuccessful. And the wolves skillfully managed their leadership.