W. Bremen won the match held this Saturday for date 5 of the Germany – Bundesliga 2023-2024 tournament at home. The goals of the match for the local team were scored by Rafael Santos Borré (37′ 1T) and Justin Njinmah (21′ 2T). While the away goal was scored by Davie Selke (30′ 1T).
A great play by W. Bremen, 37 minutes into the first half, was the one that moved the scoreboard thanks to Rafael Santos Borré. Marvin Ducksch sent in a cross, which the forward dominated and kicked past Marvin Schwäbe.
Colonia forward Damion Downs had a chance to tie the game, but was denied by the post in the 88th minute of the second half.
The best player of the match was Justin Njinmah. The Werder Bremen attacker scored 1 goal and shot into the opponent’s goal on 2 occasions.
Rafael Santos Borré also stood out at the Wohninvest Weserstadion stadium. The Werder Bremen attacker scored 1 goal and shot into the opponent’s goal on 2 occasions.
The constant interruptions made for a stalemate, which was disfigured by fouls. There were 3 reprimands: Faride Alidou, Mitchell Weiser and Milos Veljkovic.
W. Bremen coach Ole Werner proposed a 3-5-2 formation with Jirí Pavlenka in goal; Amos Pieper, Niklas Stark and Milos Veljkovic on the defensive line; Mitchell Weiser, Senne Lynen, Olivier Deman, Romano Schmid and Jens Stage in the middle; and Marvin Ducksch and Rafael Santos Borré in attack.
For its part, Steffen Baumgart’s team took the field with a 4-5-1 formation with Marvin Schwäbe between the three sticks; Benno Schmitz, Timo Hubers, Julian Chabot and Leart Paqarada in defense; Denis Husenbasic, Dejan Ljubicic, Luca Waldschmidt, Florian Kainz and Linton Maina in the midfield; and Davie Selke up front.
Bastian Dankert was the referee who officiated the match at the Wohninvest Weserstadion.
W. Bremen’s next match in the championship will be away against Darmstadt 98, while Cologne will host Stuttgart.
With this result, the host of the match reaches 6 points and is in tenth place. For its part, the visiting team remains at 1 unit and is in sixteenth place in the tournament.
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