So much Hoffenheim What Werder Bremen This course is more pending to move away from the relegation zone than to fight for high altitudes, and in that endeavor the former were more successful than the latter in the direct confrontation they starred this Saturday, resolved with triumph for the Hoffenheim by a resounding 4-0.
The set led by Sebastian hoeness was much higher than Florian Kohfeldt and his dominance from the opening whistle was more than reflected in the scoring at the end of the match. In fact, it didn’t take long for the first goal, the work of Ihlas Bebou in the 26th minute of the game, with the intervention of the VAR to review the play, but finally giving the referee validity to what was 1-0.
With the Hoffenheim having taken the lead on the scoreboard, the Werder Bremen gave small samples of reaction, in search of the tie, but instead of the same, what came just before the break was 2-0, with the signing of Christoph Baumgartner.
Already in the second half, and with the triumph of Hoffenheim more than on track, the ex-Sevilla player Munas Dabbur he joined the party of his own by achieving 3-0 in 49 ‘and already in 90’ Rutter achieved the final 4-0. The Hoffenheim added the three points, which are the same ones that leads him to Bremen at the end of this 22nd matchday, although the visitors have a game to play this Saturday. Both are for the moment in the calm zone and without hurry to maintain the category in the Bundesliga.