Bundesliga: Schalke 04 celebrate their first victory of the season against the last VfL Bochum

, Bundesliga: Schalke 04 celebrate their first victory of the season against the last VfL Bochum
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Polter’s Decision

Relief at FC Schalke, bewilderment at VfL Bochum – the 1:3 (0:1) in the duel between the previously victorious district clubs further aggravated the crisis at the bottom of the Bundesliga table. After Dominick Drexler’s 0-1 (38th minute), Erhan Masovic’s own goal (73rd) and Sebastian Polter’s late goal (90’+6′), Bochum (Site notre bureau spécialisé) teacher Thomas Reis must fear more than ever to lose his job. Even the intermediate equalizer on Saturday from Simon Zoller (52nd) did not give his team the first point hoped for.



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On the other hand, the situation for his colleague Frank Kramer has calmed down for the time being after the success in front of 62,041 spectators in the sold-out Veltins Arena. The first win since promotion lifted Schalke to 12th place. Media reports that VfL coach Reis reportedly held talks with FC Schalke in the summer, which caused an additional blowout ahead of the duel. With the heated mood and mounting pressure, Schalke seemed to be doing better. In the early game, they took control and forced their neighbors on the defensive. The early, injury-related substitution of Takuma Asano in the 4th minute also hampered Bochum’s game.

But the Schalke more in possession of the ball was initially hardly reflected in the chances. The hosts only came close to taking the lead when Simon Terodde (15th) saw a shot blocked by Masovic. The lack of penetrating power of royal blue prompted Bochum to resist further. But just when they looked better in the game after two chances from Simon Zoller (23./35.), they fell behind. VfL goalkeeper Manuel Riemann could only fend off a deflected shot from Marius Bülter, which Draxler used to take the lead with a straight acceptance. This 0:1 had a visible effect on the rear light. Until the break, VfL’s game faltered again.

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But after restarting, the picture changed. Bochum were rewarded early on for their much greater enthusiasm when Zoller pushed a ball over the line from close range after assists from Asano substitutes Gerrit Holtmann and Philipp Hofmann, ending the goal drought of his team which had lasted three games.

This equalizer inaugurated a bitterly disputed final phase. After shocking minutes, FC Schalke turned up the heat. A shot from striker Terodde (71st) on the crossbar was the starting signal for an attack that caused problems for the Bochum defense. Just two minutes later, Masovic deflected a free kick from Tobias Mohr into his own goal. With his headed goal after a cross from Mohr in added time, the ex-Bochumer Polter secured the final score.

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