Niklas Schmidt was the figure of the party. The Werder Bremen midfielder was the author of 1 goal and shot on target 3 times.
Marvin Ducksch was also important. The Werder Bremen striker scored 1 goal.
The process of the match was rough, frictional and with a lot of strong legs. There were several cautioned: Keven Schlotterbeck, Marco Friedl, Amos Pieper, Philipp Hofmann and Anthony Jung.
W. Bremen technical director Ole Werner laid out a 3-5-2 strategy with Jirí Pavlenka in goal; Amos Pieper, Milos Veljkovic and Marco Friedl on the defensive line; Leonardo Bittencourt, Niklas Schmidt, Christian Groß, Jens Stage and Anthony Jung in the middle; and Niclas Füllkrug and Marvin Ducksch in attack.
For their part, those led by Thomas Letsch stopped with a 4-3-3 scheme with Manuel Riemann under the three sticks; Jordi Osei-Tutu, Vasilis Lampropoulos, Keven Schlotterbeck and Konstantinos Stafylidis in defense; Pierre Kunde, Erhan Masovic and Kevin Stöger in midfield; and Takuma Asano, Philipp Hofmann and Christopher Antwi Adjei up front.
The referee Florian Badstübner was selected to carry out the actions of the game.
On the next date W. Bremen will visit Augsburg and Bochum will play at home against Schalke 04 at the Vonovia Ruhrstadion stadium.
After the match, the local team is left with 30 points and in ninth place in the standings. While the visit has 19 units and ranks seventeenth in the tournament.
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