Dutch striker Wout Weghorst drove as Wolfsburg scored in late to claim victory for his twelfth goal of the Bundesliga season and put more focus on Werder Bremen, who was threatened with relegation.
Bremen made the more splendid start on home soil however it was visitors from Wolfsburg who got the principal sight of the goal, with Josip Brekalo turning inside and flashing a large post exertion. The Wolves’ top scorer Weghorst then got himself one-on-one with Jiri Pavlenka after a pleasant touch to escape from Milos Veljkovic, yet the Czech manager got a hand to the Dutchman’s dinked attempt, allowing Veljkovic to clear off the line.
The two sides looked efficient protectively, with Maximilian Arnold risking his body to square Josh Sargent, and Kevin Vogt in the correct situation to redirect the side-footed dashed away from Admir Mehmedi for a corner. On the half-hour mark, the half’s most obvious opportunity tumbled to Bremen’s Yuya Osako, yet Koen Casteels paddled off Japan’s all around struck exertion forward as the two sides canceled each other out in a solid initial 45 minutes.
Chances were in a premium early in the second half with Davy Klaassen having an attempt blocked only over by US defender John Brooks and Ludwig Augustinsson effervescing a free-kick. The heavens opened not long after the hour mark, with the torrential rain making playing conditions troublesome, as the two coaches welcomed on new legs.
The Wolfsburg midfielder Xaver Schlager terminated over after a training-ground corner drill, before unleashing a magnificent long-range attempt that cut the top of the crossbar.
The game appeared to head for a goalless draw until Kevin Mbabu made a key interference in the midfield and took care of Felix Klaus, whose inch-ideal cross from the privilege was headed home by Weghorst-his first goal since the Bundesliga restart. With Weghorst approaching again and Brekalo drawing a smart stop from Pavlenka, the visitors had chances to add to their lead.
Bremen put all they had on the Wolves in the final minutes yet attempted to forestall the eleventh misfortune in 15 home games this season. Florian Kohfeldt ‘s side despite everything has three spots adrift relegation play-off focuses and six by and large security focuses.