A penalty from Nicolás González gave Stuttgart the opening goal.

After a presentation by Borna Sosa, Silas Wamangituka let the guests hit the second goal (29th).

Heiko Herrlich von Augsburg made a change at the restart: Rani Khedira stayed in the dressing room, Michael Gregoritsch came for him.

The break went without further goals.

Shortly afterwards, Ruben Vargas prepared the 1: 2 for FCA through Marco Richter (46th).

Gonzalo Castro extended the result by placing a pass from González to 3-1 for VfB in the mesh (61.).

FC Augsburg made three changes in the 66th minute.

Carlos Gruezo, Iago Amaral Borduchi and Vargas left the field for André Hahn, Mads Pedersen and Robert Gumny.

The situation became even more difficult for the team from Fuggerstadt when Richter was sent into the dressing room with the traffic light card in the 76th minute.

In the 77th minute, Pellegrino Matarazzo switched and sent Daniel Didavi and Philipp Förster onto the pitch in a double substitution for Mateo Klimowicz and Castro.

Didavi let VfB Stuttgart's lead grow to 4: 1 after a pass from Waldemar Anton (87th).

Ultimately, the newcomer drove a sovereign success, the cornerstone of which was laid in the first phase of the game.

Augsburg is currently in the lower half of the table: eleventh place.

With the success in the bag, Stuttgart slipped forward in the ranking and now occupies tenth place in the table.


Both teams have taken five wins so far this season.

Next up is an away task for the FCA.

On Saturday (3:30 p.m.) it's against SV Werder Bremen.

VfB Stuttgart will receive Borussia Mönchengladbach - also on Saturday.

This article was created automatically by our partner Retresco based on game data.