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Frauen Bundesliga: Frankfurt eliminated from the title race

After a loss against Wolfsburg in Matchday 18 of Frauen Bundesliga, Eintracht Frankfurt lost also theoretical chance of winning the German championship. Turbine Potsdam just drew against Freiburg but remain on the 3rd place, 10 points behind Wolfsburg on the 1st place. Bayern routinely won against SGS Essen by 4-0.

Frauen Bundesliga, Matchday 18

Sunday, 27th of March

SC Sand – Werder Bremen 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 15′ Vicky Bruce (W) og
Yellow cards: 22′ Sumemr Green (S), 59′ Vicky Bruce (S), 67′ Emilie Bernhardt (W), 90+5′ Noemi Gentile (S)

FC Bayern München – SGS Essen 4-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 7′ Viviane Asseyi (B), 24′ Saki Kumagai (B), 40′ Caro Simon (B), 77′ Saki Kumagai (B)
Yellow cards: 66′ Jill Baijings (E), 76′ Antonia Baass (E)

FC Köln – Bayer Leverkusen 1-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 15′ Mandy Islacker (K), 84′ Dora Zeller (B)
Yellow cards: 66′ Irina Pando (B), 87′ Nina Brüggemann (B)

TSG Hoffenheim – Carl Zeiss Jena 6-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 9′ Chantal Hagel (H), 24′ Nicole Billa (H), 39′ Chantal Hagel (H), 59′ Nicole Billa (H) pen, 69′ Nicole Billa (H), 70′ Nicola Billa (H)
Yellow cards: /

Saturday, 26th of March

Eintracht Frankfurt – Vfl Wolfsburg 1-4 (0-4)
Scorers: 9′ Jill Roord (W), 14′ Lena Lattwein (W), 26′ Jill Roord (W), 45+1′ Pauline Bremer (W), 85′ Geraldine Reuteler (E)
Yellow cards: 26′ Verena Aschauer (E)

Friday, 25th of March

SC Freiburg – Turbine Potsdam 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: /
Yellow cards: 30′ Janina Minge (F), 37′ Sara Agrež (T)
Other events: 39′ Sara Agrež (T) missed penalty

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