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Werder Bremen lose first place due to bankruptcy in Heidenheim

Werder Bremen lose first place due to bankruptcy in Heidenheim

Heidenheim – Werder Bremen suffered their first defeat under coach Uli Werner and lost their lead in the second Bundesliga. The Bundesliga lost its eleventh game under the new coach 1:2 (0:1) at 1. FC Heidenheim and had to leave its point rivals Darmstadt 98 and FC St. Pauli passes.

Christian Collwetter (38) gave the hosts the lead with a long-range shot into the top corner, ending a four-game streak without a win and improving to fifth. Stefan Schimmer (63th) sealed Bremen’s first bankruptcy since November 27, 2021 (1:2 at Holstein Kiel). Shortly before the end of the match, Heidenheim’s Marnon Bosch saw the red card (87 minutes, according to video evidence), and Marvin Doksch (89) secured a thrilling final minute with a direct free kick.

Blink hits second try

In a varied and entertaining game, Heidenheim got off to a better start in front of 11,250 spectators. But Werder made his way into the match and created some good chances, which were destroyed by powerful goalkeeper Kevin Muller.

After changing sides, Bremen continued to increase his offensive efforts. On the other hand, goalkeeper Jerry Pavlenka prevented the scoring in the 61st minute from a counter-attack by the hosts with a wonderful save by Shemer. Just two minutes later, Werder defender Anthony Young failed with a bad pass into his team’s penalty area and this time Shemer scored.

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