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Despite Werner’s goal, Leipzig missed their first win of the season

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In the 2: 2 (1: 1) against 1. FC Köln on Saturday, ÖFB legionnaire Florian Kainz was the focus of attention on the part of the “billies”. Meanwhile, Christoph Baumgartner scored his first goal of the season in Hoffenheim’s 3-2 home win over VfL Bochum.

In Leipzig, Werner scored the lead for coach Domenico Tedesco’s team in the 36th minute with the help of guest goalkeeper Marvin Schwebe. Before the break, Kainz was at the center of events twice. After his assist, Florian Dietz scored to equalize (40th). In stoppage time, the 29-year-old fell theatrically after a slight elbow check against his neck – ex-Salzburger Dominik Szoboszlai saw the red card. Outnumbered, Christopher Nkunku put the Saxons back in the lead (56′). After a corner from Kainz, Leipzig’s Josko Gvardiol put the ball into his own goal (72′).

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After being 2-0 down, TSG Hoffenheim celebrated a 3-2 (2-2) home win over Bochum. The guests got off to a brilliant start, Simon Zoller scored a brace (10th/13th) within 2:20 minutes. However, this did not last long. National player Baumgartner scored the first goal (14th), Ozan Kabak equalized nine minutes later. After a foul on Baumgartner, Andrej Kramaric missed the first penalty of the season (59th). The winning goal was scored by ex-Salzburg player Munas Dabbur (88th).

Oliver Glasner missed a three-pointer with Frankfurt in the second league game three days after the 2-0 defeat against Real Madrid in the European Supercup. Eintracht did not go beyond 1: 1 (1: 0) at Hertha. The Berliners took the lead in the 3rd minute with a header from Suat Serdar. Shortly after the break, Daichi Kamada equalized (48′). Frankfurt has been waiting for a win for ten Bundesliga games across the season.

Werder Bremen and VfB Stuttgart shared the points 2-2 (1-1) in their second game of the season. ÖFB striker Sasa Kalajdzic contributed the assist to Silas’s lead in Stuttgart (77th). Shortly before the final whistle, Oliver Burke secured a point for the promoted team from Bremen. Bayer Leverkusen suffered a surprising defeat. The Werkself were beaten 2-1 (1-1) against FC Augsburg. FCA striker Andre Hahn scored the late winner for Augsburg. For the first time in club history, Leverkusen lost the first three competitive games of a season.

In the evening game, promoted Schalke 04 won their first point of the current season thanks to a last-minute penalty against Borussia Mönchengladbach 2-2 (1-0). Rodrigo Zalazar gave the hosts the lead (29′). Coach Daniel Farke’s team initially turned the game around with goals from Jonas Hofmann (72′) and Marcus Thuram (78′). In injury time, Marius Bülter secured the point for the “Royal Blues” with a hand penalty, which was awarded according to the video images (94th).

Source: Nachrichten

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