Werder Bremen shows their home strength with their 2-0 victory over VfL Wolfsburg.
Werder Bremen has again proven its enormous home strength. On the 36th birthday of coach Florian Kohfeldt came the North Germans against VfL Wolfsburg to a hard-fought 2-0 (1-0) victory and thus remain unbeaten in the 16th Bundesliga home game in a row. In front of 41,000 spectators in the Weserstadion Davy Klaassen in the 35th minute and Johannes Eggestein (86./image No. 24) scored the goals for Bremen, who climbed to second place for at least one night. VfL Wolfsburg, meanwhile, has been waiting for a win for five games and missed after the good start to the season with two successes for the time being the connection to the top flight league. The better start but caught on this evening, the Wolfsburg, the creative players of the hosts could hardly develop. The team from Kohfeldt also needed a little help from the visitors to take the lead: Robin Knoche was unable to clear the ball after a cross from Theodor Gebre Selassie. Klaassen used this with an unsustainable low shot. Bremen acted more and more secure and got the game increasingly better under control. For the last quarter of an hour Kohlfeldt joined Claudio Pizarro – two days after his 40th birthday. And the veteran had a decisive pass in the course of Eggestein decisive share of the decisive 2: 0 just before the end. For Eggestein it was the first Bundesliga goal.