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Hoffenheim losses in Meppen, Frauen Bundesliga, Matchday 18

After their first loss of the season against Hoffenheim last weekend, Bayern won against Turbine in a thrilled game in the Frauen Bundesliga, Matchday 18.

21st of April

1. FFC Turbine Potsdam –  FC Bayern München 2-3 (1-2)
6′ Dina Orschmann (T), 9′ Lea Schüller (B), 20′ Lina Magull (B) pen, 56′ Hanna Glas (B), 58′ Selina Cerci (T)
Yellow cards:
17′ Gina Chmielinski (T), 34′ Simone Laudehr (B)

23rd of April

Bayer Leverkusen –  SGS Essen 2-1 (2-0)
10′ Milena Nikolić (B), 42′ Mina Tanaka (B), 53′ Carlotta Wamser (E)
Yellow cards:
54′ Carlotta Wamser (E), 60′ Dora Zeller (B)

25th of April

MSV Duisburg –  Vfl Wolfsburg 0-4 (0-1)
32′ Alex Popp (W), 49′ Lena Oberdorf (W), 60′ Rebecka Blomqvist (W), 67′ Fridolina Rolfo (W)
Yellow cards:
17′ Emma Viktoria Hilbrands (D), 48′ Julia Debitzki (D)

SV Meppen – TSG Hoffenheim 1-0 (0-0)
56′ Agnieszka Winczo (M)
Yellow cards:
63′ Alexandra Emmerling (M), 88′ Linda Preuss (M), 90+2′ Lisa Josten (M), 90+2′ Maximiliane Rall (T)

SC Freiburg – Eintracht Frankfurt 0-3 (0-0)
59′ Laura Feiersinger (E), 74′ Tanja Pawollek (E), 86′ Shekiera Martinez (E)
Yellow cards:
27′ Sandra Starke (F), 73′ Samantha Steuerwald (F)

SC Sand –  Werder Bremen 6-1 (1-1)
2′ Ricarda Walkling (W), 3′ Dorthe Hoppius (S), 71′ Summer Green (S), 76′ Patricia del Carmen George (S), 79′ Chiara Loos (S), 84′ Myrthe Moorrees (S), 86′ Molli Plasmann (S)
Yellow cards:
61′ Margarita Gidion (W), 66′ Myrthe Moorrees (S)

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