FC Heidenheim vs. VfB Stuttgart

Heidenheim 4-4-1-1

#1 Kevin Muller (GK)

#2 Marnon Busch, #6 Patrick Mainka, #33 Timo Beermann, #30 Norman Theuerkauf

#7 Marc Schnatterer (C), #18 Sebastian Griesbeck, #36 Niklas Dorsch, #13 Robert Leipertz

#27 Kolja Pusch

#11 Denis Thomalla

Stuttgart: 4-3-1-2

#1 Gregor Kobel (GK)

#24 Borna Sosa, #4 Marc-Oliver Kempf (C), #28 Holger Badstuber, #15 Pascal Stenzel

#23 Orel Mangala, #16 Atakan Karazor, #6 Santiago Ascacibar

#8 Gonzalo Castro

#18 Hamadi Al Ghaddoui, #10 Daniel Didavi

HDH 2 Robert Leipertz 74′ Niklas Dorsch 84′

STG 2 Hamadi Al Ghaddioui 52′ Holger Badstuber 57′

The game starts and in the first 50 seconds, Stuttgart fouls Heidenheim. In the 5th minute minute, Pascal Stenzel takes a shot that gets blocked by his own player and the other was easily blocked by the goalie. 1 minute later, Kevin Muller blocks a cross coming in from Gonzalo Castro. In the 13th minute, Stuttgart makes a silly foul, trying to keep the ball. In the 23rd minute, Santiago Ascacibar thinks he got fouled by Timo Beermann in the box but it was just a dive. IN the 27th minute, Daniel Didavi passes it in but Orel Mangala couldn’t get the finishing touch. Santiago Ascacibar commits a foul in the 30th minute. In the 32nd minute, Gregor Kobel makes his first save of the game. In the 37th minute, Pascal Stenzel gets booked for a foul. In the 41st minute, Robert Leipertz misses a open goal. In the 44th minute, Heidenheim misses a shot by about 2 inches. The first half ends 0-0 still with a lot of good chances for goals.

Before the second half starts Jonas Fohrenbach replaces Norman Theuerkauf for Heidenheim. In the 52nd minute, Hamadi Al Ghaddioui scores the opener for VfB Stuttgart after a corner! Just 5 minutes later, Holger Badstuber easily doubles Stuttgart’s lead! In the 61st minute, Daniel Didavi’s free kick goes just over the crossbar. In the 63rd minute, Gregor Kobel blocks Heidenheim’s free kick. In the 67th minute, David Otto and Merveille Biankadi replace Marc Schnatterer and Kolja Pusch for Heidenheim. In the 74th minute, Philipp Klement replaces Santiago Ascacibar for Stuttgart. 4 minutes later, Robert Leipertz gets a goal back for Heidenheim! In the 84th minute, Niklas Dorsch scores a great equalizer for Heidenheim! Anastasios Donis replaces Hamadi Al Ghaddioui for Stuttgart. In the 90th minute, Mateo Klimowicz replaces Daniel Didavi. He hits the bar 1 minute later. The thrilling second half ends 2-2 with an amazing comeback from Heidenheim.

The player of the match is…

Niklas Dorsch!
He had 1 goal and an assist for heidenheim.

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