3: 1 in Bremen: Plaeas is right three times

3: 1 in Bremen: Plaeas is right three times

SAlassane Pléa should have memories of Bremen, they were good before the game at Werder Bremen. The new Gladbach center forward played on 19 August in the first DFB Cup round at BSC Hastedt in Bremen and scored three goals. At that time, in eleventh place of the Weserstadion, the opponents came on a glorious summer-Sunday evening from the fifth league, and Pléa, brought from Nice, scored the duty match at 11: 1 at will.

Good for a scorer, such a start. Five goals in the Bundesliga were the 25-year-old Frenchman until the kick-off in the Weserstadion succeeded; The "foals" of coach Dieter Hecking do not want to do without their 25 million euro expensive striker.

And three hits seem to be his normal margin of a game in Bremen. Alassane Pléa also scored three goals in the Gladbach 3-1 win on Saturday afternoon. The Borussia led 3-0 before Nuri Sahin shortened for Werder and gave the game a touch of tension. The second Gladbach away win makes Hecking's team continue to dream of the Champions League, while Werder after the third defeat in a row towards midfield slips, and the great hype around coach Florian Kohfeldt and his team is over.

Why Pléa hits so often, was in the 39th minute in the sold-out Bremen Weserstadion for 42,100 spectators to see. Skillfully he put the ball on the weaker left foot, and already were Davy Klaassen and Martin Harnik in their own stadium on a lost post: the ball rolled into the "long" corner, no chance for goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka. Gladbach led, although Werder had just had a better phase and had possessed by Harnik, classes and Maximilian Eggestein some reasonably good opportunities. Yann Sommer at the Gladbacher was the usual keen goalkeeper, and before that the defenders of the Hecking-Elf also helped a few times in the way and distracted shots of the Bremen or blocked them. However, Gladbach could have taken the lead in Lars Stindl's shot in the 14th minute.


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