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HomeBundesligaWeghorst saved draw for Wolfsburg with Eintracht Frankfurt in Bundesliga

Weghorst saved draw for Wolfsburg with Eintracht Frankfurt in Bundesliga

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Wolfsburg lost their 100% record on Sunday, missing their first-place finish in the Bundesliga, as their 1-1 draw at home to Eintracht Frankfurt meant defending champions Bayern Munich finished first over the weekend. 

Wolfsburg fell behind when Frankfurt striker Sam Lammers turned to goal and was unable to reach home goalkeeper Koen Casteels just before the break. Lammers took the lead scoring the opening goal of the football match in the 38th minute.

The other goal of the game was scored by Wolfsburg striker Wout Weghorst as he equalized the scoreboard in the 70th minute. Weghorst punched the ball into the grass after pulling a golden opportunity on the bar but shot from a close angle after Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp saved Lukas Waldschmidt’s shot, putting the hosts 20 minutes from the end. 

Weghorst had a good chance to give Wolfsburg the lead as he charged from the right and hit the ball towards the top corner, but was saved by the home team’s goalkeeper. Watch football highlights of the Bundesliga match as Wolfsburg played a draw with Eintracht Frankfurt.

After winning all four games in the previous league, Wolfsburg’s draw left them tied on 13 points, but with a goal difference behind second-placed Bayern, who beat Bochum 7-0 on Saturday. 

In other matches played in the German League Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund win over Union Berlin with a 4-2 match score retaining their third place. Meanwhile, Florian Wirtz led Bayer Leverkusen to a 3–1 win in Stuttgart.

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