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Bundesliga: VfB Stuttgart stumbles against Cologne – Gladbach frees itself in the basement

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Bundesliga: VfB Stuttgart stumbles against Cologne – Gladbach frees itself in the basement

1. FC Köln sends a sign of life in the bottom of the table and scores a point away against VfB Stuttgart. At the same time, the 1-1 (0-0) meant that VfB failed to move within one point of FC Bayern, who will play against RB Leipzig on Saturday evening.

Stuttgart struggled offensively without injured attacker Deniz Undav (14 goals this season). Ex-Cologne player Serhou Guirassy (18 goals this season) also failed to score against his old club. VfB only cracked Cologne in the second half, a fine combination via Hiroki Ito and Chris Führich turned Enzo Millot into the lead (52nd). But Cologne played along bravely and hit back through Eric Martel (62nd).

Cologne, six points away from a non-relegation zone, even had a chance of winning in the final phase. After Ito slipped, Faride Alidou ran freely towards the Stuttgart goal, went around goalkeeper Fabian Bredlow, but shot past the box from an extremely tight angle (85th).

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