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He escaped suicide but was passed by Gladbach by Leverkusen


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He escaped… suicide and built a streak Leverkusen. Xabi Alonso’s team prevailed 3-2 at its headquarters Gladbach, producing an unlikely first half, but saw the hosts turn the match into a thriller. Fourth consecutive win for the “aspirins” who came close to Gladbach on the point after 16 matches in the Bundesliga.

Gladbach is in 8th place with 22 points, Bayer Leverkusen came close to the point.

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On the competitive side, Xabi Alonso’s men entered the first half determined to chase the quick goal. In the 21st century Chlozek, took a beautiful pass from Adli, but the shot rattled Omlin’s post. However, in the development of the phase o Mitchell Baker took the rebound sending the ball into the net for the 1-0.

The guests continued to threaten and in the 27th minute Fribong, after entering the area, shot low, with Omlin reacting. Leverkusen’s supremacy continued and so in the 43rd minute, Hlozek, with a terrific assist, found the Pumpwith the Frenchman making no mistake and doing it 2-0 before half time.

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In the replay, Gladbach tried to come back, but it was Leverkusen who scored again. Magical combination of Adli and Amiriwith the latter blasting Omlin for the 3-0.

Just before the end and specifically at 82nd minute Gladbach scored the goal of honor when o Steedle with beautiful individual energy he entered the area and with a shot he did it 3-1. In fact, Fark’s team managed again with Stidl to enter for good in the claim of a draw, as the German international perfectly placed Hratetski in the fourth minute of stoppage time, reducing to 3-2 which however remained until the end of the match.

The program of the 16th matchday

Friday 20/1

Leipzig-Bayern Munich 1-1

(52′ Halstenberg – 37′ Tsuppo-Moting)

Saturday, 21/1

Union Berlin-Hoffenheim 3-1

(73′, 87′ Doeki, 90’+6′ Lewing – 43′ Bebu)

Eintracht Frankfurt-Salke 3-0

(22′ Lindstrom, 84′ Bore, 90’+1′ Buta)

Wolfsburg-Freiburg 6-0

(2′ Wimmer, 28′, 37′ Wied, 56′ Gerhart, 81′ Baku, 90’+4′ pen. Voldschmidt)

Bochum-Hertha Berlin 3-1

(22′, 57′ Hoffmann, 44′ Sloterbeck, 87′ Serdar)

Stuttgart-Mainz 1-1

(36′ Girassi – 40′ pen. Ingvartsen)

Cologne-Werder Bremen 7-1

Sunday, 22/01

Dortmund-Augsburg 4-3

(29′ Pellingham, 42′ Sloterbeck, 73′ Kittens, 77′ Reina-40′ Meyer, 45+2′ Riesson auto., 75′ Tsolina)

Gladbach-Leverkusen 2-3

(82′ 90+4′ Stiddle – 21′ Backer, 43′ Adli, 67′ Amiri)

Next matchday (17th)

Tuesday, 24/1

Schalke-Leipzig (19:30)

Bayern Munich-Cologne (21:30)

Hoffenheim-Stuttgart (21:30)

Hertha Berlin-Wolfsburg (21:30)

Wednesday, 25/1

Mainz-Dortmund (19:30)

Leverkusen-Bochum (21:30)

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