‘Jung Woo-young starts 2G in a row + plays 91 minutes’ Stuttgart loses to Leipzig 1-5

August 26, 2023 | by

Jung Woo-young (24-Stuttgart) started and played well for the second consecutive match, but couldn’t prevent his team from losing.

Jung’s Stuttgart fell 1-5 in their 2023-24 German Bundesliga second-round match against Leipzig at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig, Germany, at 3:30 a.m. ET on Saturday.

Stuttgart started with Nubel, Itu, Zagadu, Anton, Stenzel, Karachor, Eglov, Fürich, Jung, Mbampa, and Gilasie.

Leipzig started Blasic, Raum, Orban, Simakan, Henriks, Olmo, Kampfle, Schlager, Simons, Paulsen and Offenda.

Jung Woo-young started this game as he did against Bochum in the first leg. He contributed to the team with his diligent movement up and down the field, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the loss. There were a few times when he was unfortunate in the details.

Stuttgart struck first in the first half to take the lead. In the 35th minute, they took advantage of a mistake in the opposition defense to set up a pass from Karachor for Gilasz to finish with his left foot and go into halftime with a one-goal lead.

However, the defense collapsed in the second half, conceding the next five goals. Henriks pressured goalkeeper Nubel to the hilt, and the ball found its way into the back of the net. It was one of Stuttgart’s worst defensive performances, as they conceded four more goals. 메이저놀이터

Stuttgart had exploded for five goals in their last game, a 5-0 thrashing of Bochum, but they immediately conceded five more goals in a crushing defeat.

Leipzig lost to Leverkusen in their last match, but bounced back with a dominant win, scoring five goals on the day. With five different players finding the back of the net, they were able to create goals through a variety of attacking routes. With this win, Leipzig remains unbeaten against Stuttgart, having not lost to them since 2017.


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