Felix Magath has succeeded a coup with VfL Wolfsburg in the relegation battle. The Lower Saxony prevailed in Bremen with a goal by Sascha Riether 1-0.
Bremen (SID) - Felix Magath has succeeded a coup with VfL Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga the relegation battle. The Lower Saxony prevailed Bremen at Werder by a hit by Sascha Riether in the 22nd minute with a 1-0 (1-0). With the second victory within six days, the champions of 2009 in the Fu?ball-Bundesliga at least until Saturday afternoon left the relegation place and climbed to 14th. However, the Club from the Weser missed to make perfect the class with a home victory.
Bremen coach Thomas Schaaf had his Elf compared to a 3-1-success at FC St. Pauli is converted to a position. For the injured striker Sandro Wagner moved the Austrian Gokhan Inler in the team. Guests coach Magath entrusted the same starting XI, which last week won 4: 1 against Cologne.
In the Weserstadion evolved from the very beginning of an intense game in which both teams searched for their salvation in the offensive. The hosts had the first opportunity in the 9th minute. Torsten Frings, who completed his 400 appearance, moved to a free-kick from spun position on goal by Diego Benaglio, who had slight problems with the deflected ball. Subsequently, the Elf of Thomas Schaaf command took over, brought Wolfsburg but not seriously at risk.
After the tour for the team of Felix Magath Werder was just shocked, Silvestre forced his own goalkeeper Tim Wiese with a short header return to a parade (28.). Then, Werder tries to regain control. The hosts could broadcast but no great danger of the gate.
After the break, the Bremer erwischten the better start again and had the chance of compensation on the foot in the 55th minute by Marko Marin. The shot of of engineer from 15 metres was too weak to overcome Benaglio. Soon followed a dangerous counterattack the Wolfsburg, Grafite almost by distance shot to the 2-0 would have been completed.
In the final stage is a thrilling game with chances for both sides developed. Marcel Schafer (69.) and Simon Kj?r (72) missed the decisive break for Wolfsburg with a header.