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Bundesliga on Sunday: ‘Shit is a feeling’ – Augsburg and Bielefeld in the basement of the table

The bunker duel ends without a winner. The table setting remained the same for Augsburg and Armenia Bielefeld. After a 1-1 draw, both teams are forced to move forward quickly.

While he celebrated Armenia Bielefeld with around 500 fans who traveled with him, the players of the Augsburg In front of the parking room in the house.

Dim 1:1 at the end of the eighth day of the match German Football League It aroused different feelings in both clubs. “The feeling is so bad right now – a second unfocused,” said disappointing Fiat Chrysler player Meds Pedersen, looking at late equalizer Jacob Laursen.

Point won with Bielefeld

But Bielefeld captain Manuel Brittel spoke of a point he won due to the weakness of his team’s first 45 minutes. “Fortunately, we found the right ingredients in the second half,” summed up the 30-year-old Austrian on the streaming service dazn. At the same time, Brittle also knows that just a good half is not enough to leave the landing zones. “We won’t go far like that,” he said.

Augsburg “leave two points”

Augsburg dominated the basement duel for a long time after Reece Oxford led 1-0 and had a chance to make an initial decision. “You can see that we are fighting to win matches,” coach Markus Weinzerl immediately looked to the direction-defining matches against FS at Mainz 05 and FFL Bochum. “We’ll have to get the two points we left behind in the next few weeks.”

But at the moment, the Swabians remain in relegation position 16. A win from eight games – that’s the meager return for Weinzierl. Together with Bielefeld and four goals each, they make up the league’s weakest attack.

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For Armenia, which is still in the penultimate position in the table and thus directly behind FC Augsburg, a big test of strength awaits next Saturday in Borussia Dortmund. Coach Frank Kramer is hoping for “that passion” and “that passion” his team showed against Augsburg in the second half.

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