0:1 defeat at Freiburg – Gladbach missed the leap on rank 3Mönchengladbach with the two Swiss Yann Sommer and Nico Elvedi in the League a hit.0 comment Eder Swiss national player: Nico Elvedi loses with Gladbach against Freiburg.Photo: Despite a clear Superiority in the first half, Gladbach were able to mark a hit.Photo: a sign that the “foal could not prevent” the defeat and remain provisionally in fourth place to hang.Photo: 1 / 5

Freiburg’s record goalscorer Nils Petersen Borussia Mönchengladbach has a Chance in the race for a Champions League place spoiled. Substitute striker led the SC Freiburg on Friday evening for the 1:0 against the king-class contender. With a head ball Bouncing ball with his first action Petersen scored the game’s only goal (58.).

At the start of the 30. Game day in the Bundesliga, Gladbach, who started with the Swiss Yann Sommer and Nico Elvedi are not taking advantage of their Superiority in the first half and couldn’t score goals. The other Gladbach-Swiss, Breel Embolo and Denis Zakaria, from the fall still hurt.

Continue on the 4. Rank

Shortly after the goal by Petersen weakened Alassane Plea for his team with a Yellow-Red card (68.). Also sporting Director Max Eberl was sent with a Red card for dissent from the bench.

In a number of the “a foal could do,” nothing more opposed to the residue and had to come to terms with the defeat. In the table, Gladbach, initially, continue to the Fourth point are the same with Leverkusen.

The free burgers of coach Christian Streich managed to meanwhile, in the fifth game after the Corona-interruption of the first victory. The Breisgau may squint in order to continue on a Europe League place.

SC Freiburg – Borussia Mönchengladbach 1:0 (0:0)
goal: 58. Petersen 1:0. – Remarks: 68. Yellow-Red card against Plea (Gladbach). Gladbach with summer and Elvedi (81.), without Zakaria and Embolo (both injured).

table: 1. Bayern Munich 29/67. 2. Borussia Dortmund 29/60. 3. RB Leipzig 29/58. 4. Bayer Leverkusen 29/56. 5. Borussia Mönchengladbach 30/56. 6. Wolfsburg 29/42. 7. Hoffenheim 29/42. 8. SC Freiburg 30/41. 9. Hertha Berlin 29/38. 10. Schalke 04 29/37. 11. Eintracht Frankfurt 29/35. 12. 1. FC Köln 29/34. 13. Augsburg 29/31. 14. Union Berlin 29/31. 15. Mainz 05 29/28. 16. Fortuna Düsseldorf 29/27. 17. Werder Bremen 29/25. 18. Paderborn 29/19.


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