They knew Stuttgart, Bochum broke the… curse and gave a gift to Leipzig-Dortmund!

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Bochum finally smiled against Stuttgart.

In a game that lasted almost three hours due to almost forty minutes of stoppage time, they prevailed 1-0 at home and broke the curse against this opponent. Bero scored the only goal of the match in the 50th minute, sending the ball into the net after a counter attack by the hosts.

In this way, Bochum achieved its first victory after 19 years against Stuttgart, while the previous one was celebrated in 2005, winning 2-0. Since then the Swabians “ran” 11-6-0.

With this result, Stuttgart gave a “gift” to Leipzig, who can overtake them and find themselves in 3rd, as long as they overcome the unstoppable Leverkusen or catch them with a draw, while Dortmund came close to -4.

The match was stopped for about 40 minutes with the match tied at 0-0 after a banner was put up, which blocked exits from some doors, with the referee making the decision to send players and coaches to the dressing room.

The program of the 18th matchday

Friday (19/01)

Mainz-Union Berlin (postponed)

Saturday (20/01)

Freiburg-Hoffenheim 3-2

(37′ Holler, 55′ Grifo, 85′ Salai – 57′ Wehorst, 77′ Bayer)

Cologne-Dortmund 0-4

(12′, 61′ Mullen, 58′ pen. Philkrug, 90+2′ Mukoko)

Bochum-Stuttgart 1-0

(50′ Pero)

Heidenheim-Wolfsburg 1-1

(45+2′ Auto Gents – 7′ Cerny)

Darmstadt-Eintracht Frankfurt 2-2

(61′ Youstvan, 90+5′ Klarer – 33′ Encuncu, 51′ Knauf)

Leipzig-Leverkusen (19:30)

Sunday (21/01)

Bayern Munich-Werder Bremen (16:30)

Gladbach-Augsburg (18:30)

The program of the next (19th) competition



Friday (26/01)

Eintracht Frankfurt-Mainz (21:30)

Saturday (27/01)

Wolfsburg-Cologne (16:30)

Hoffenheim-Heidenheim (16:30)

Werder Bremen-Freiburg (16:30)

Augsburg-Bayern Munich (16:30)

Stuttgart-Leipzig (16:30)

Leverkusen-Gladbach (19:30)

Sunday (28/01)

Union Berlin-Darmstadt (16:30)

Dortmund-Bochum (18:30)

Source: Sport Fm

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