Stuttgart beat Augsburg and moved Bayern out of second place

The European weekend opened in Germany, where Stuttgart visited Augsburg, which had quit playing. The Swabians, eager for second place, acted actively and achieved their goal.

Chris Furich created the first chance, but still missed. Deniz Undava's long-range strike can be considered a target shot; the goalkeeper coped with it. But Kristiyan Jakic should have scored, striking without interference, but still missed.

At the very beginning of the second half, the top scorer of the Bundesliga (after Harry Kane, of course) Seru Guirassi said his weighty word, completing a combination in the penalty area – 0:1. In general, there was less tension after the break, and the final whistle sealed the visitors' victory and their move into second place. The opponent is ninth.

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