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Frauen Bundesliga: Wolfsburg return to the top

Turbine Potsdam opened Matchday 14 of Frauen Bundesliga with a win over Bayer Leverkusen with an amazing comeback in the last 20 minutes. In the match that was postponed, Wolfsburg managed to beat Sand and has now taken the top of the standings back. The Wolves have now one point advantage ahead of Bayern with 6 matches to go.

Frauen Bundesliga, Matchday 14

Wednesday, 16th of March

SC Sand – Vfl Wolfsburg 1-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 16′ Phornetia Browne (S), 31′ Dominique Janssen (W), 58′ Rebecka Blomqvist (W)
Yellow cards: 88′ Molli Plasmann (S), 88′ Alexandra Popp (W)

Sunday, 13th of February

TSG Hoffenheim – SGS Essen 2-1 (2-0)
Scorers: 5′ Jana Feldkamp (H), 40′ Sarai Linder (H), 67′ Estelle Laurier (E)
Yellow cards: 41′ Nina Räcke (E), 60′ Chantal Hagel (H), 72′ Fabienne Dongus (H)

FC Köln – Eintracht Frankfurt 1-2 (1-2)
Scorers: 17′ Weronika Zawistowska (K), 33′ Nicole Anyomi (E), 39′ Lara Prašnikar (E)
Yellow cards: 5′ Myrthe Moorrees (K), 51′ Barbara Dunst (E), 90+1′ Rachel Rinast (K)

Werder Bremen – Carl Zeiss Jena 0-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 22′ Julia Arnold (C), 58′ Sophie Walter (C)
Yellow cards: 90+2′ Tina Kremlitschka (C)

Saturday, 12th of February

SC Freiburg – FC Bayern München 0-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 27′ Giulia Gwinn (B) pen, 53′ Linda Dallmann (B), 60′ Hanna Glas (B)
Yellow cards: /
Other events: 39′ Lina Magull (B) missed penalty

Friday, 11th of February

Turbine Potsdam – Bayer Leverkusen 4-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 31′ Verena Wieder (B), 52′ Milena Nikolić (B), 70′ Dina Orschmann (T), 73′ Gina Chmielinski (T), 84′ Melissa Kössler (T), 90+4′ Nina Ehegötz (T)
Yellow cards: 51′ Anna Gerhardt (T), 71′ Merle Brath (T), 78′ Lara Marti (B), 88′ Sophie Weidauer (T), 90+2′ Nina Ehegötz (T)
Other events: 51′ Milena Nikolić (B) missed penalty


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