This Saturday the Ricardo Pepi’s FC Augsburg suffered a painful 3-2 loss to the Joe Scally’s Borussia Monchengladbach for Matchday 22 of the German Bundesliga. The forward of the United States National Team does not find the goal with his new team, and he accumulates 15 games without scoring between clubs and the national team.
During the game we saw some ‘Colts’ from ‘Gladbach’ who went ahead on the scoreboard 2-0, but the visit cut back with a score from the Brazilian side Iago at minute 55. Later the local they regained the advantage of two goals to control the actions at 67 ‘and at the end Alfred Finnbogason, direct competition for Pepi, made the final 3-2.
Ricardo Pepi came on as a substitute at 63′ in place of the starting striker Florian Niederlechner and unfortunately for his cause he did not have opportunities in front of the goal, in addition to he barely touched 14 balls with 60% pass effectiveness, lost 1 aerial duel and had 5 ball possession turnovers.
With this new setback for the Bavarian region team, They are in sixteenth place in the general table and have serious relegation problems.. This site corresponds to the playoff between the Bundesliga and the 2. Bundesliga, better known as promotion that is disputed against the third place of the German second division.
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Nowadays they have the same number of units (22) as the Arminia Bielefeld of the American George Bello, but the ‘Army’ has one less matchwhich will play this Sunday, February 13, against Hoffenheim with the injured Chris Richards.
Full-back Joe Scally from Borussia Mönchengladbach, who emerged from the New York City FC Academy, came on as a substitute at 90’+1′ and has 4 Bundesliga games in which he has started on the substitutes’ bench. The victory serves his team to be in thirteenth place with 26 points.
The next match that the FC Augsburg will be the following Saturday, February 19 against SC Freiburg, while ‘Gladbach’ will face Gio Reyna’s Borussia Dortmund on Sunday 20.