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FC Nurnberg 2-0 VfB Stuttgart

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FC Nurnberg beat VfB Stuttgart 2-0 in a Bundesliga match at the Grundig-Stadion in Nürnberg.

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Goals
43 mins — FC Nurnberg vs VfB Stuttgart 1-0 — Drmic goal vs VfB Stuttgart
54 mins — FC Nurnberg vs VfB Stuttgart 2-0 — Drmic goal vs VfB Stuttgart
Match Stats
11
5
18
6
2
53%
1
0
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
13
5
11
4
0
47%
1
0

FC Nurnberg Starting Lineup

G - 1 - Raphael Schäfer
D - 2 - Emanuel Pogatetz
D - 6 - Martin Angha
D - 16 - Niklas Stark
D - 21 - Marvin Plattenhardt
M - 7 - Markus Feulner
M - 13 - Hiroshi Kiyotake
M - 17 - Mike Frantz
M - 20 - José Campaña
M - 23 - Adam Hlousek
F - 18 - Josip Drmic

G - 22 - Peter Rakovsky
D - 24 - Berkay Dabanli
M - 5 - Hanno Balitsch
M - 14 - Robert Mak
M - 34 - Sebastian Gärtner
F - 9 - Tomas Pekhart
F - 40 - Antonio-Mirko Colak

VfB Stuttgart Starting XI

G - 1 - Sven Ulreich
D - 2 - Gotoku Sakai
D - 3 - Daniel Schwaab
D - 6 - Georg Niedermeier
D - 24 - Antonio Rüdiger
M - 7 - Martin Harnik
M - 15 - Arthur Boka
M - 16 - Ibrahima Traore
M - 20 - Christian Gentner
M - 34 - Konstantin Rausch
F - 9 - Vedad Ibisevic

G - 31 - Odisseas Vlachodimos
D - 5 - Karim Haggui
M - 8 - Moritz Leitner
M - 11 - Carlos Gruezo
M - 44 - Alexandru Maxim
F - 18 - Cacau
F - 19 - Timo Werner

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