- Joachim Löw at Hertha BSC v Bayern München 2019/20
- Joachim Löw at RB Leipzig v Union Berlin 2019/20
- Joachim Löw at SC Freiburg v Bayern München 2019/20
- Joachim Löw at Wolfsburg v Bayer Leverkusen 2019/20
- Joachim Löw at Bayern München v Borussia Dortmund 2019/20
- Jürgen Klinsmann at Hertha v RB Leipzig 2019/20
- Joachim Löw at Borussia Dortmund v Inter Milan (CL 2019/20)
- Joachim Löw at Eintracht Frankfurt v Bayern München 2019/20
- Matthias Ginter at Borussia Mönchengladbach v Eintracht Frankfurt 2019/20
- Joachim Löw at SC Freiburg v RB Leipzig 2019/20
Tag Archives: FC Augsburg
If Freiburg had played on Friday it might have been Nils Petersen that had the honour of scoring the 50,000th goal in the history of the Bundesliga. But as luck would have it this would be the weekend their game is the top game meaning they don’t play until Saturday evening. Maybe if things went perfectly Nils could score goal number 50,014. As things stand it was instead Karim Bellarabi who with his first goal of the season got the honour, recieving a specially made cake and trophy as well. I may not feel like writing much but this is the kind of landmark you can’t ignore, regardless of who the player in question is. Still as least as it wasn’t Stefan Kiessling, anyone would be better than him scoring such a goal.
Today’s game would have been special with or without a Jogi video, but getting one just makes today’s victory that little bit sweeter. One reason playing Augsburg is special is because it’s the team Matze Ginter not only made his Bundesliga debut against but scored his first ever goal against too. I always want Freiburg to win but there was one extra special reason I wanted them to do that today, and not just to continue their unbeaten record at home, playing for Augsburg was one Gojko Kacar, the same Kacar who played such a fateful part in a certain game against Hamburg. That’s all forgotten now but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t still hold a grudge. Just to make the day even more perfect Nils Petersen got the second goal, all in all a perfect Freiburg day. One with a funny mistake from the commentator too, the goal must have gotten him a little confused and excited. He was talking about the goal and Phiipp, then he started talking about Ginter and he called him Maximilian Ginter which was funny to hear.
Anyhow the Jogi video and pictures from just the second game of theirs he’s been to since they got relegated and then promoted again: