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VfB Stuttgart vs. Borussia Dortmund 5-3 - Full Game - U19 Bundesliga - Final

Somewhat ominously for the Royal Blues, Tasmania had also scored six and shipped 28 nine matches into their only season in the Bundesliga.

Like Tasmania, the other seven Bundesliga clubs with six goals for and 28 against after nine rounds of fixtures were all relegated. American Hoppe was handed a surprise debut against Gladbach after being called up from the U23s.

He is in the squad again, while left-back Oczipka starts after passing a last-minute fitness check. Goalkeeper Langer is handed a debut with both Rönnow and Fährmann out with injuries.

Die Werkself ran out winners to seal their place in the Europa League last 32 with a game to spare. Wirtz and Bailey both return to the starting line-up after coming off the bench in Nice, while Schick continuing in attack in Alario's absence.

Defender Sven Bender is only fit enough for the bench, but Sinkgraven resumes duties at left-back. Club captain Aranguiz is still out with a muscle injury sustained in October.

A late goal for Bremen. Too little too late? The substitute scores his first goal since the opening day as he heads home from right in front of Kobel.

A gift for Silas who makes it in added time. He races forward to nab the ball from Toprak, who had chested the ball back for Pavlenka.

The Stuttgart striker is booked for some unsporting behaviour as he stopped the ball in front of goal before smashing it home and he's brought off in the final minutes.

We'll have three minutes of time added on at the end of this one. The away side are pushing forward whenever they can and pressing Bremen hard in possession to give the home side a tough job in their search for an equaliser.

Frustrating their hosts no end. Romano Schmid comes on for his Bundesliga debut, a year-old Austria U21 international into the attack in place of Osako.

A lovely run across the Bremen box from right to left by the substitute, skipping past a couple of challenges along the way. He then shoots low looking for the bottom corner back across goal, and he forces Pavlenka into a good save.

Stuttgart look comfortable, but the scoreline remains just the one-goal difference. The Stuttgart scorer is in a foot race with Toprak to get onto a long ball forward and beats him to the ball and into the Bremen box.

He shoots at the near post but can't get his effort on target with Pavlenka well positioned. A tidy pass from Osako sends Woltemade away and he shows a great turn of pace to get past the Stuttgart defence.

He shoots at goal from just inside the box on the right, but his effort is straight at Kobel and he saves well.

The home side are dominating the ball now and looking to build pressure in the Stuttgart half. With the scoreline at just , they will fancy their chances of getting back into this one.

For now the Bremen No. Klement and Förster are on replacing Kalajdzic and Castro. Castro and Pavlenka come together in the Bremen box wit the Stuttgart captain looking to get onto a cross into the middle.

He's booked for getting to it late, and Pavlenka is down after he collided with Castro's knee heavily. The midfielder brings down Sargent on the break and receives a yellow card.

Plenty of unforced errors in possession from Bremen so far. Stuttgart unable to make the most of them so far, though.

Bremen are getting opportunities on the ball here early in the second half but can't seem to string passes together going forward to open up the Stuttgart defence.

Sargent has yet to have a touch since the restart. Oh what a goal that would have been. The left-back collects possession just inside the Bremen half and goes for goal with a thunderbolt from around 35 yards out.

Pavlenka can only stand and watch but to his delight, it ripples the side-netting on its way narrowly wide. We're back for the second half and Stuttgart have made a change.

Mavropanos is off having already had a yellow card and committed further fouls - he's replaced by Stenzel.

Challenges flying in here as Chong is cautioned for a tackle from behind on Castro. He goes for goal with a free-kick all of 30 yards from goal but just doesn't get enough dip on the ball with his effort.

He brings down Sargent after some tidy dribbling from the American. Stuttgart are thriving now after that opener. Castro's shot deflects behind for a corner with as many as four players in the Bremen box as the away side push forward for more.

No problems for Silas from the spot as he smashes the penalty to the left of Pavlenka, sending the Bremen goalkeeper the wrong way to score his 4th goal of the season.

The away side awarded a spot-kick with Endo brought down in the box by Chong. The first yellow card of the game goes to the Bremen forward for a foul on Mavropanos.

A good few minutes of possession for Stuttgart here, but neither side is having joy in the final third so far. The away side looking mostly down the left with their attacking play and getting Kalajdzic involved.

Both sides have exchanged periods of pressing in these opening 17 minutes so far. It was Bremen doing the best work in the opening 10 minutes and now Stuttgart doing the same.

Neither having an easy time of it in keeping possession. Silas does well to push inside the field from the right flank and shoots low with his left foot.

It's a simple one for Pavlenka, but it's a good sign for Stuttgart having handled the early pressure of Bremen. Both sides pressing high and hard thus far.

A lively opening from the home side who have kept Stuttgart penned in their own half for the last five minutes or so.

Osako shot wide and Chong has seen a shot blocked bravely by Anton. Sargent is leading the line for Bremen today but there's a lot of movement going forward for the hosts.

Osako has dropped deep to get on the ball, while Sargent himself has moved wide already. Plenty of fluidity for Kohfeldt's side.

Sargent does superbly to hold off Anton and turn to send the ball forward behind the Stuttgart defence. Osako latches onto the loose ball and curls a shot goalward from the edge of the penalty area, but he sends this one off target.

A golden chance for the Japanese international. The home side appear to be playing with a four-man backline today.

Augustinsson and Gebre Selassie at full-back, with Friedl and Toprak in the middle. It's the Frenchman - who bagged his first Bundesliga goal against Bayern last weekend - who joins Castro in being the closest support to striker Kalajdzic.

The ball is rolling in Bremen with the away side getting us underway. We'll be live in Bremen in less than 10 minutes before the second of our two games today later on from Gelsenkirchen as Schalke play host to Bayer Leverkusen.

He also has three assists to his name. The Austrian international starts today in the absence of Nico Gonzalez. Stuttgart are unbeaten away from home this season W2, D2 , but are winless in their last 11 in Bremen, dating back to September D5, L6.

Bremen and Stuttgart were unbeaten in seven league matches before both tasting defeat on Matchday 9. The two clubs also have the same tally after nine games: W2, D5, L2.

Gonzalez does not return to the matchday squad despite a quicker-than-expected recovery from a knee ligament injury that ruled him out of the Bayern game.

Kalajdzic deputises for him, with Silas and Castro closest in support. While Sargent is back, Bremen boss Florian Kohfeldt is without Rashica after the Bosnia-Herzegovina international suffered a thigh injury in training that will keep him on the sidelines until the end of January.

Osako replaces him in the final third, while Chong also in on the right flank. Mbom - following an accumulation of five yellow cards - and Möhwald, sent off against Wolfsburg, are both suspended leaving Kohfeldt short of options in central midfield as he tries to orchestrate a first win since Matchday 3.

We'll have two minutes of time added on at the end of this one. Late drama? The scorer of Bayern's first is found in the box with a ball over the Leipzig defence and can't decide whether to cross or shoot with his first touch on the bounce.

In the end, the ball goes through to Gulacsi. Costa cross to the back post is a good one from 25 yards out and Musiala is well-placed to meet it, but he miscues his header and sends it wide.

Richards and Costa come on for the final five minutes here with Coman coming off, and Boateng limping slightly as he makes way. The away side have switched to more of a five-man defence here for the final 10 minutes.

Bayern are piling on the pressure, but that counter-attack is still a possibility for Leipzig. The home side have been patient in possession all of this second half since going behind and Müller's goal is their reward.

Can either side go and get a winner now? Sorloth and Orban come on for Haidara and Kluivert here for the final 10 minutes or so. More fresh legs and Kampl and Olmo replace Sabitzer and Mukiele for the final 20 minutes or so.

This game has been breathless so far, and we still have plenty of time to go. Dani Olmo and Kevin Kampl are being readied on the sidelines for Leipzig.

A knock to the head for Lewandowski after a challenge in the air with Konate. He will look to carry on, of course.

Flick makes a change on one wing with Sane coming off for Gnabry. The scorer of Leipzig's third comes off with the fresh legs of Poulsen coming on for Nagelsmann's side.

Bayern controlling the ball here since going behind but their final ball is lacking so far. Usually, it's a long one looking for Sane and Coman wide, or Lewandowski over the top, but nothing has come off so far.

The hosts are defending with an incredibly high line here in the second half in an attempt to push more pressure forward.

Leipzig will be desperate to make the most of the chances they can get from it. Bayern are responding well having gone behind. Most of their play is worked down the wings, but Leipzig's defence is handling the barrage of crosses and attempted passes into Lewandowski well.

While the Leipzig counter-attack continues to look dangerous. The Frenchman takes the first yellow card of the game for a challenge on compatriot Coman.

What a start to the second half from Leipzig! Angelino is in possession on the left and curls in a superb cross to meet Forsberg all alone in front of goal and he duly heads home past Neuer.

Clinical from Leipzig yet again and Forsberg bags his first header in the Bundesliga! The second half begins without a change to either side during the break.

Let's see if we can get more of the same as that first-half again! We're now into three minutes of time added on at the end of the first half. Haidara is back on, but Nkunku is now down with a back problem here after a battle with Goretzka.

He will carry on until half-time. A knock to the thigh for the Malian midfielder here in a challenge with Sane.

He will look to stay on into the half-time break. Bayern's response to going behind was superb to then get two goals back themselves. Leipzig could have let their heads drop, but did the opposite.

It's a to-and-fro game here in Munich and it's a fantastic watch. What a response from Leipzig who are back level just two minutes later.

Haidara's first touch onto a pass back to him at the edge of the Bayern box sends Kluivert in on goal and he smashes it low across Neuer. His first Bundesliga goal, and what a time to get it!

What a turnaround from Bayern with two goals in four minutes. Lewandowski finds Coman in space and he turns quickly to spot Müller's run in behind and find him with a tidy through-ball.

Müller provides the finish past Gulacsi to make it two assists for Coman already. If you don't know who Musiala is, read more on bundesliga. The year-old is Bayern's youngest-ever scorer and has made another statement already this evening.

The year-old fires Bayern level. He's found on the edge of the Leipzig box by Coman and sends a powerful shot into the far bottom corner wide of Gulacsi.

His third goal of the season already, what a start to life in Munich for the England youth international born in Germany.

A superb strike from Pavard - reminiscent of his goal in the World Cup - with a sliced half-volley, and this one is just tipped wide by Gulacsi.

This is the fourth Bundesliga game in a row that Bayern have gone behind. An incredible stat against the defending champions.

Martinez can't continue here and it's Jamal Musiala who comes on. The England youth international is just 17 years old. The Spanish midfielder is looking uncomfortable at the moment as he looks to stretch out his groin.

We will have to see if he can continue here. In their fifth attempt, Leipzig have finally scored their first goal at the Allianz Arena in the Bundesliga.

If at first you don't succeed, try and try again. Leipzig break with Forsberg through the middle who finds Nkunku running in behind.

Neuer races off his line but Nkunku skips past him in style before slotting the ball into the empty net.

His third shot on goal already and finally one comes off. Leipzig flying here early on! The Frenchman is sent down the left wing and fires a low cross aimed for Lewandowski, but Gulacsi is out well to parry it from the ground before the ball is touched behind.

A really open game here with both sides going for goal. Leipzig's trio in midfield - Haidara, Adams and Sabitzer - have been superb so far in both launching attacks and holding the Bayern midfield.

Adams does superbly to battle Martinez and win the ball in midfield. Leipzig counter and Nkunku is found again in space on the left.

He cuts back onto his right foot and goes for the far top corner this time, but puts too much power behind his shot. Leipzig latch onto a loose pass out from Süle and break froward with speed.

It's Forsberg who brilliantly spots Nkunku in space on the left and the Frenchman shoots from 20 yards out. A touch along the way takes it behind.

Bayern's first corner goes out the back and Pavard swings it back it. Coman eventually claims possession in the penalty area and shows tidy dribbling to earn space for a left-footed shot at the near post, which just beats the near post and hits the side-netting past Gulacsi.

Every touch of the ball is quickly met with a pressing opposition player here so far. It's been a brilliant fast-paced start to this game.

The home side outplaying Leipzig's press to get some possession in their half of the pitch for the first time in this first half.

It is indeed a four-man backline for Leipzig, with Mukiele at right-back and Angelino at left-back with Konate and Upamecano in the middle.

What a hit from Sabitzer, who collects a corner cleared to the edge of the Bayern box and sends a dipping shot at goal from 20 yards.

It moves past Neuer but only clips the crossbar on its way over. What an opening goal that would have been! Great early pressure from Leipzig to pen Bayern back in their own half and earn the first corner of the game.

The away side get us underway in Munich. In their four visits to the Allianz Arena, Leipzig have failed to score. It's the 5th time in their nine meetings that these two face each other in the Bundesliga as the top two in the table.

One a cold December night in Munich, the heat is on at the Allianz Arena for this mouth-watering Saturday night meeting between Bayern and Leipzig.

Both sets of players are getting their final instructions before we get things underway. One of the key battles today will see Leipzig's French defender come up against Lewandowski.

His ability to keep pace with Lewandowski will be crucial to Leipzig keeping Europe's Player of the Year quiet.

Leipzig have had more shots , won more penalties five and won more challenges than any other Bundesliga team this term. Sitting second in the table behind Bayern, Leipzig will want to show tonight that they can compete with the very best at the top of the German table.

Nagelsmann has picked up at least a point in five of his eight Bundesliga matches against Bayern two wins, three draws.

He has not lost against the Reds while in charge of Leipzig two draws , while Leipzig have yet to score a goal at the Allianz Arena in the Bundesliga.

The only thing scarier than Lewandowski might just be a rested Lewandowski. Bayern's No. The Pole has five goals in eight Bundesliga matches against Leipzig, but has failed to score in four of those.

It's never a good idea to try and guess a Leipzig line-up under Julian Nagelsmann. It could be a today with no set striker on the pitch, or a depending on how attacking Nagelsmann wants to set out his side.

Bayern come into the game two points clear of Leipzig, and - with their Champions League progress already assured - having had the luxury of resting not only Lewandowski but also Neuer for their midweek trip to Atletico Madrid.

The heavyweight duo will return to Flick's starting XI, who'll be seeking to pick up a seventh win in an eight-game unbeaten Bundesliga run that has them in first place coming into the weekend's action.

Joshua Kimmich returned to light training this week following his knee injury, but the Germany international remains on the sidelines.

Alphonso Davies ankle joins him in the stands. Tolisso makes way for Martinez in central midfield with the Frenchman not fully recovered from a muscle strain, while Sane gets the nod over Gnabry out wide.

Doch inzwischen wirkt das nicht mehr wirklich gefahrbringend. Wie lange hält die Stuttgarter Wut? Und wie lange lässt Schiedsrichter Gräfe die teils bösen Fouls noch durchgehen?

Bürki ist immer wieder gefordert, hält seinen Kasten aber sauber. Und Gentner mit einer Riesen-Chance! Nach einer Ecke kommt er rund vier Meter vor dem Tor frei zum Schuss — und peitscht die Kugel weit drüber.

Das war eine Machtdemonstration! Das wäre das gewesen. Stuttgart jetzt schwer verunsichert und schon jetzt nur noch auf Schadensbegrenzung fokussiert.

Und da ist es auch schon passiert. Die Stuttgarter halten dagegen, arbeiten sich nach vorne — ohne aber zu vielen Chancen zu kommen.

Roman Bürki kriegt die Hände hoch und wehrt den Ball ab. Was für ein Auftakt für Borussia Dortmund. Der Zusammenhalt in Stuttgart scheint trotz Krise zu stimmen.

Auch die Dortmunder Spieler gehen noch einmal vor die Gästekurve. Das gab der FC Barcelona auf seiner Mitgliederversammlung bekannt.

Alle Details zum Transfer findest du hier. Überraschender ist der Startelf-Einsatz von Hakimi, der am Diestag mit der marokkanischen Nationalmannschaft auf den Komoren spielte und deshalb einen frischen Kilometer-Flug nach Dortmund in den Knochen hat.

Trainer Lucien Favre sorgt für keine Überraschungen.

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