The Argentine Nicolás González led the reaction of Stuttgart, which was reunited with the victory in the Bundesliga by beating Augsburg (1-4) at home, on the 15th day of the competition dominated by Bayern (first with 2 points more than the Leipzig).
The team of the American Pellegrino Matarazzo, who faced the visit to the WWK Arena after 3 consecutive games without winning – a draw and 2 consecutive defeats – took advantage of Nicolás González’s push to add the 3 points, surpass his opponent in the classification and Think back to European jobs.
The Argentine opened the scoring after ten minutes by converting a penalty and at half an hour, the Congolese Silas Wamangituka, a pass from the Croatian Borna Sosa, signed the second.
Augsburg regained their expectations after the break, when Marco Ritcher took advantage of a ball from the Swiss Ruben Vargas and shortened the distances, but at game time an action by Nicolás González was culminated by Gonzalo Castro to sentence the visitor’s victory.
Three minutes from the end and when Augsburg already had one less player due to the expulsion, for a double yellow, of Ritcher, Daniel Divadí made the fourth that rounded off the win.
The victory places Stuttgart in 10th place in the Bundesliga, 4 points behind Wolfsburg, sixth, which marks the European zone.