Eintracht Frankfurt’s Deji Beyreuther listed for the first time in the Bundesliga
GERMANY (ROUND 10)
FSV Mainz 1-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Super Eagles defender, Leon Balogun was kept in Mainz’s dugout, while Austrian-Nigerian forward, Karim Onisiwo was unavailable for selection due to a shoulder injury.
18 year-old German-Nigerian left back, Deji Beyreuther, made his first Bundesliga appearance in the visitor’s match-day squad. It is rumored that Deji has pledged his allegiance to Nigeria ahead of his country of birth, Germany.
Hannover 4-2 Dortmund
Noah-Joel Sarenren-Bazee was not involved in Hannover’s victory over Dortmund, as he is still on the road to recovery from injury, and is expected to return later in November. Sarenren Bazee tore his tendon during pre-season.
Shalke 1-1 Wolfsburg
Ohis Felix Uduokhai has been present in Wolfsburg’s defense-line lately. He clocked another 90 minutes, whereas, Victor Osimhen sat in Wolfsburg’s bench for the entire duration. Belgian forward Divock Origi was the scorer of Die Wölfe’s only goal, while Mario Gomez had failed to convert from the spot earlier. Both strikers are said to be ahead of Osimhen in the pecking order.
Hertha Berlin 2-1 Hamburger
Jordan Torunarigha came in from the bench one minute into extra time. He did his little bit for the considerable short time he spent in the pitch to keep the scoreline safe for Hertha’s home win.
Hoffenheim 1-3 Monchengladbach
Kevin Akpoguma’s Hoffenheim lost at home to Monchengladbach after making his second start after he made his debut for the senior side in the previous round. Keven made 53 passes, out of which 43 were accurate, with 2 areal duels won and 1 dribble completed.