Werder Bremen vs Eintracht Frankfurt Highlights Video

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Werder Bremen vs Eintracht Frankfurt Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview

Video Full Match : Werder Bremen vs Eintracht Frankfurt result (1 – 2)
Competition : Bundesliga
Date : Sun, 20 Nov, 11:30 pm
Stadium : Weser-Stadion
Referee : Dr. Robert Kampka
Attendance : 39261

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Preview – Match between Werder Bremen vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Ready for the Bundesliga? If you’re a fan of Werder Bremen or E. Frankfurt you should mark your calendars for Sun, Nov 20 / 11:30 PM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 11, match between Werder Bremen vs Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game.

The coaches Alexander Nouri and Niko Kovac will do their best to motivate their players and win the game. Momentarily Werder Bremen is at position 16 and Eintracht Frankfurt at position 7. The place for the showdown is Weser-Stadion. In Bremen, Germany the opponents will be facing each other.

Preview – Match facts

The Eagles have beaten Bremen on 33 occasions in the Bundesliga – more often than any other side. Interestingly, Werder have only beaten Bochum on more occasions (41) than Eintracht (40, same as Dortmund).

Frankfurt have won six of the last 12 clashes (D4, L2). Both of these defeats came in their last two visits to Bremen (1-0 on each occasion).

The sides met in the Weserstadion on the final weekend of last season. Papy Djilobodji’s 88th-minute goal saved Bremen and confined Eintracht to the play-off.

Who will be victorious in the end: Werder Bremen or E. Frankfurt?

Werder have seven points from their 10 games – they’ve only had fewer at this stage of a Bundesliga campaign twice: 1974/75 (5) and 1998/99 (6). They had 11 at this point of their only relegation campaign (1979/80) and 10 last term.

SVW have let in 27 goals this term – their worst-ever tally at this stage of a Bundesliga campaign (previously 25 in 1974/75). Only one side has conceded more after 10 games of a season this century (Gladbach – 30 in 2010/11).

SGE have kept four consecutive competitive clean sheets, equalling a club record in the Bundesliga era (also four second-tier games under Friedhelm Funkel in April 2005).

Bremen have lost their last three Bundesliga games (3-1 on each occasion). They have, however, already gone on a longer losing run this term (4 – the first four matchdays).

The Eagles have taken seven points from their last four away games – more than in the previous 12 combined (5).

19 of Werder’s last 21 points have been won at home. They have scored in each of their last 17 Bundesliga games at the Weserstadion – their second-longest run of the century (23 between February 2000 and April 2001).

Bremen have dropped eight points from winning positions this term – a league high (same as Schalke). Six were squandered at home – almost as many as the whole of last season (7).

Review – Match between Werder Bremen vs Eintracht Frankfurt

In the Bundesliga it was time for Matchday 11. The game took place at Weser-Stadion in Bremen, Germany. 39261 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between Werder Bremen and E. Frankfurt on Sun, Nov 20 / 11:30 PM? The game ended with 1:2, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Alexander Nouri from Werder Bremen and Niko Kovac from E. Frankfurt watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Dr. Robert Kampka.

Let’s take a look at the Highlights:


The 1:0 was achieved by Florian Grillitsch for Werder Bremen in minute 38. Alexander Meier scored for E. Frankfurt in minute 52 which led to a 1:1. The following 1:2 was scored by Aymane Barkok for E. Frankfurt in minute 90.


Omar Mascarell received a yellow card in minute 24. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 62 to Jesús Vallejo. Afterwards Serge Gnabry saw a yellow card in minute 73.


Szabolcs Huszti, wearing number 8, left the field in minute 45. Replacing him was number 14, Alexander Meier. In minute 72 Philipp Bargfrede, with the number 44, came in for Florian Grillitsch, with number 27. Number 11, Mijat Gacinovic, was replaced by Aymane Barkok, wearing number 28 in minute 75. Replacement in minute 77: Fin Bartels, with number 22 for Serge Gnabry, number 29. The next substitution took place in minute 83, where Lennart Thy wearing the number 11, came in for number 14, Claudio Pizarro. And to complete the replacements, Ante Rebic with number 17 switched with Branimir Hrgota wearing number 31.

The new table positions for the two teams are now: 16. for Werder Bremen and 7. for E. Frankfurt.

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