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Bundesliga U19: Bremen And Koln Go Goal Crazy While 1860 Win The Munich Derby

Werder Bremen's Florian Grillistch was on top form this weekend.

Werder Bremen’s Florian Grillistch was on top form this weekend.

Nord/Nordwest

Werder Bremen’s U19 squad got their season back on track and celebrated their biggest win for six and a half years as they destroyed Lubeck yesterday. 17-year-old Florian Grillitsch netted a 69-minute hat-trick and other goals came from Evren Serbes, Pedro Guthermann, Johannes Eggestein and Phillipp Eggersglub.

Werder coach Mirko Votava said: “That was tactical and playful – absolutely appealing today.”

It is still Wolfsburg that sit top of the table though as they beat Rot Weib Erfurt comfortably on Sunday.

Federico Palacios Martinez scored his tenth and eleventh goals in four games as he netted a brace, which added to the goal of Maximillian Brandt to give the league leaders all three points.

Hertha Berlin 0-3 St Pauli, Hannover 4-1 Hamburger, Werder Bremen 7-0 Lubeck, Hansa Rostock 1-1 Holstein Kiel, Wolfsburg 3-0 Rot Weib Erfurt, Osnabruck 1-0 Carl Zeiss Jena, Dynamo Dresden 1-2 Union Berlin

Sud/Sudwest

1860 came out on top in the Munich derby on Saturday afternoon.

Max Wittek put the away side ahead before Marius Wolf doubled their lead. Adrian Dubler reduced the deficit on 26 minutes but Wittek restored the two-goal lead before half-time.

In the second half Dubler managed to score again, but it was not enough for his side to get back into the game and they eventually conceded all three points against their arch rivals.

1860 coach Josef Steinberger said: “We are so happy, especially as I imagine for a derby.

“We were right before the break, poisonous and aggressive. This was ultimately decisive for the victory. ”

Astoria Walldorf 3-0 Wacker Burghausen, Karlsruher 0-1 Freiburg, Augsberg 1-1 Mainz, Bayern Munich 2-3 1860 Munich, Hoffenheim 3-0 Unterhaching, Stuttgart 2-0 Frankfurt, Greuther Furth 4-2 Kaiserlautern.

West

FC Koln were this matchday’s biggest winners as they thrashed Theesen 8-0. The result leaves Theesen third from bottom, but with a goal difference of -19 after just four games.

Simon Karadag scored a first half double before Cauly Oliveira Souza added a third. Marcel Hartel and David Bors struck before Oliveira Souza added his second and Arnold Budimbu and Andre Lutz scored in the final fifteen minutes to complete the rout.

Leverkusen maintained their 100% record with a win against high-flyers Borussia Moenchengladbach. Max Wagener opened the scoring for the home side before Marc Brasnic netted a second-half penalty.

Leverkusen coach Nils Drube said: “Overall, we made ​​too many mistakes in the first half and did not find our form.

Drube also reflected on the UEFA Youth League, which begins this month:

“This is before the international break , of course, a nice snapshot. But we also saw today what we will work in the next two weeks. The schedule will be hectic but also very beautiful.”

Bochum 1-0 MSV Duisberg, Koln 8-0 Theesen, Arminia Bielefeld 0-1 Schalke, Borussia Dortmund 6-1 Rot Weiss Essen, Leverkusen 2-0 Borussia Moenchengladbach, Fortuna Dusseldorf 3-1 SC Bonner, Oberhausen 0-4 Wuppertaler.

 

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About Tom Bennett

I'm a 21-year-old Multimedia Journalism student at Bournemouth University aspiring to be one of Britain's top sports journalists. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for contact and further information.

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