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STADE DE SUISSE Wankdorf Bern (Bern)

BSC Young Boys 4-0 Grasshoppers

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BSC Young Boys beat Grasshoppers 4-0 in a Super League match at the STADE DE SUISSE Wankdorf Bern in Bern.

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Goals
21 mins — BSC Young Boys vs Grasshoppers 1-0 — Nuzzolo goal vs Grasshoppers
48 mins — BSC Young Boys vs Grasshoppers 2-0 — Wüthrich goal vs Grasshoppers
73 mins — BSC Young Boys vs Grasshoppers 3-0 — Frey goal vs Grasshoppers
90 mins — BSC Young Boys vs Grasshoppers 4-0 — Nuzzolo goal vs Grasshoppers
Match Stats

BSC Young Boys Starting Lineup

18 - Y. Mvogo
5 - S. von Bergen
8 - J. Lecjaks
22 - G. Wüthrich
29 - R. Nuzzolo
10 - M. Costanzo
20 - M. Frey
35 - S. Sanogo
6 - L. Bertone
11 - R. Steffen
3 - F. Hadergjonaj

Grasshoppers Starting XI

18 - V. Vasic
23 - M. Dingsdag
4 - S. Jahic
5 - M. Lang
34 - M. Bauer
6 - V. Salatic
8 - A. Abrashi
10 - A. Merkel
22 - N. Sinkala
14 - Y. Ravet
9 - M. Dabbur

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