Borussia Moenchengladbach vs FC Cologne Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview
Video Full Match : Borussia Moenchengladbach vs FC Cologne result (1 – 2)
Competition : Bundesliga
Date : Sat, 19 Nov, 9:30 pm
Stadium : BORUSSIA-PARK
Referee : Manuel Grafe
Attendance : 53757
Preview – Match between Borussia Moenchengladbach vs FC Cologne
Ready for the Bundesliga? If you’re a fan of B. M‘Gladbach or 1. FC Köln you should mark your calendars for Sat, Nov 19 / 9:30 PM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 11, match between Borussia Moenchengladbach vs FC Cologne in the Bundesliga. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game.
The coaches André Schubert and Peter Stöger will do their best to motivate their players and win the game. Momentarily B. M‘Gladbach is at position 11 and 1. FC Köln at position 6. The place for the showdown is BORUSSIA-PARK. In Mönchengladbach, Germany the opponents will be facing each other.
Preview – Match facts
Gladbach have beaten local rivals Köln more often than any other Bundesliga side (46). They have scored 168 top-flight goals in this fixture – more than against any other side.
Köln have lost each of their last four league games at Borussia Park (F1, A10). This is their longest winless streak against a current top-flight side on the road.
Both Köln (6th) and Gladbach (11th) are currently in their lowest positions of the season.
Schubert’s side are on a five-game winless run (D2, L3) – their longest wait for a victory since May-September 2015. They lost six on the spin then, which resulted in Lucien Favre’s departure. The sixth game in that run was a 1-0 loss in Cologne.
Only Bayern (6) have conceded fewer goals than the Billy Goats this season (7, same as Leipzig). Gladbach have let in just two at home – a league low (same as Hertha and Köln).
The Foals are on a five-game goalless run. Another blank this weekend would see them equal a negative club record (6 matches in a row between October and December 1996).
Who will be victorious in the end: B. M‘Gladbach or 1. FC Köln?
Köln have lost consecutive Bundesliga away matches for the first time since September 2015. They have never waited longer for a win on the road under Peter Stöger.
The Foals have lost just one of their 20 Bundesliga home matches under Andre Schubert (3-1 vs. Dortmund in January 2016, otherwise W16, D3). They took a league-high 51 points at home in that period (same as Bayern).
Anthony Modeste is on the brink of his 100th Bundesliga appearance. He has scored in each of his three outings against BMG before Christmas, but is yet to net against them in the second half of the season (also 3 appearances).
Raffael hasn’t scored against local rivals Leverkusen (7 appearances) or Köln (4) for BMG. He has scored against every other side he has faced at least three times in a Foals shirt.
Review – Match between Borussia Moenchengladbach vs FC Cologne
In the Bundesliga it was time for Matchday 11. The game took place at BORUSSIA-PARK in Mönchengladbach, Germany. 53757 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between B. M‘Gladbach and 1. FC Köln on Sat, Nov 19 / 9:30 PM? The game ended with 1:2, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches André Schubert from B. M‘Gladbach and Peter Stöger from 1. FC Köln watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Manuel Grafe.
Let’s take a look at the Highlights:
The 1:0 was achieved by Lars Stindl for B. M‘Gladbach in minute 32. Anthony Modeste scored for 1. FC Köln in minute 59 which led to a 1:1. The following 1:2 was scored by Marcel Risse for 1. FC Köln in minute 91.
Frederik Sörensen received a yellow card in minute 33. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 35 to Dominique Heintz. Afterwards Matthias Lehmann saw a yellow card in minute 39. In minute 70 the ref showed Artjoms Rudnevs a yellow card. The next interruption came in minute 87. Tobias Strobl saw a yellow card. The referee decided to hand out a yellow card to Jonas Hector in minute 87.
Matthias Lehmann, wearing number 33, left the field in minute 45. Replacing him was number 9, Artjoms Rudnevs. In minute 72 André Hahn, with the number 28, came in for Thorgan Hazard, with number 10. Number 13, Yuya Osako, was replaced by Salih Özcan, wearing number 20 in minute 72. Replacement in minute 75: Fabian Johnson, with number 19 for Ibrahima Traoré, number 16. The next substitution took place in minute 89, where Tony Jantschke wearing the number 24, came in for number 8, Mahmoud Dahoud. And to complete the replacements, Pawel Olkowski with number 16 switched with Marcel Risse wearing number 7.
The new table positions for the two teams are now: 13. for B. M‘Gladbach and 4. for 1. FC Köln.
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