Marvin Ducksch sealed Werder Bremen’s victory against Stuttgart with a double

Marvin Ducksch sealed Werder Bremen’s victory against Stuttgart with a double

In the duel on matchday 30, striker Marvin Ducksch scored two goals, ensuring the victory for W. Bremen over Stuttgart by 2 to 1 in the match that took place this Sunday at the Wohninvest Weserstadion stadium. W. Bremen established their superiority by taking a 2-0 lead thanks to Marvin Ducksch. The footballer scored his first goal after a penalty (27′ of the first half) and scored the second with a shot (3′ of the second half). Stuttgart was able to close the gap with a goal from Deniz Undav, 25 minutes into the same half, but the remaining time was not enough to reverse the result.

In the 44th minute of the first half, Deniz Undav was able to change the course of the game, but his shot hit the post and Stuttgart missed the tie.

Marvin Ducksch distinguished himself as the most outstanding player of the match. The Werder Bremen forward showed his best level by scoring 2 goals and shooting 4 times into the opponent’s goal.

Deniz Undav was also important. The Stuttgart striker scored 1 goal and shot into the opponent’s goal 3 times.

With a dirty game, the match played between both teams stood out. There were a large number of reprimands: Jamie Leweling, Enzo Millot, Leonardo Bittencourt, Angelo Stiller, Michael Zetterer and Felix Agu.

W. Bremen technical director Ole Werner proposed a 3-5-2 strategy with Michael Zetterer in goal; Anthony Jung, Marco Friedl and Milos Veljkovic on the defensive line; Mitchell Weiser, Leonardo Bittencourt, Senne Lynen, Romano Schmid and Felix Agu in the middle; and Nick Woltemade and Marvin Ducksch in attack.

For their part, those led by Sebastian Hoeness stood with a 4-4-2 formation with Alexander Nübel between the three sticks; Leonidas Stergiou, Waldemar Anton, Hiroki Ito and Maximilian Mittelstädt in defense; Atakan Karazor, Angelo Stiller, Jamie Leweling and Enzo Millot in midfield; and Deniz Undav and Serhou Guirassy up front.

The judge selected for the match at the Wohninvest Weserstadion was Robert Schröder.

W. Bremen will visit Augsburg on the next round. On the Stuttgart side, they will play as a visitor against Bayer Leverkusen.

After the match, the local team remains with 34 points and in eleventh place in the standings. While the visit has 63 units and occupies third place in the tournament.

Changes at Werder Bremen
  • 82′ 2T – Nick Woltemade came on for Dawid Igor Kownacki and Leonardo Bittencourt for Christian Groß
  • 89′ 2T – Marvin Ducksch came out for Olivier Deman
  • 99′ 2T – Romano Schmid left for Julián Malatini
Changes in Stuttgart
  • 45′ 2T – Leonidas Stergiou came on for Pascal Stenzel and Enzo Millot came on for Chris Führich
  • 64′ 2T – Atakan Karazor came on for Mahmoud Dahoud and Jamie Leweling for Silas Katompa Mvumpa
  • 97′ 2T – Angelo Stiller came out for Wooyeong Jeong

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