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MORE FRUSTRATION FOR GLADBACH

Gladbach have at least snapped a three-game losing streak at home but it's another frustrating night for them in front of their own supporters. The point they have earned moves them up to third in the table - at least temporarily - but it's Freiburg coach Christian Streich who is smiling at full-time. The visitors struck first on 10 minutes with a nice move from back to front that ended with former Gladbach player Vincenzo Grifo sweeping home in off the post from the edge of the area. Alasanne Plea soon equalised with his 11th league goal of the season - and second of 2019 - but the Foals couldn't break down a stubborn Freiburg rearguard after that.
Full-time
90' + 2'

INTO INJURY-TIME

Plea drives wide from distance at the start of the three minutes of additional time.
90' + 2'
<- Lucas Höler
-> Vincenzo Grifo
89'

HOME FANS NERVOUS

Freiburg build an attack patiently that ends with Gondorf having his curling effort from the edge of the box deflected behind.
86'

VISITORS DIGGING IN

Gladbach have the bulk of possession but Freiburg are still defending well. Can they hold on for a point?
82'
<- Raffael
-> Jonas Hofmann
81'
substitutesVincenzo Grifo
79'

GOOD BREAK FOR FREIBURG

Substitute Jerome Gondorf is involved as he plays in Gondorf down the right and his low cross is just about gathered by Sommer in the Gladbach goal.
77'
<- Jérôme Gondorf
-> Mike Frantz
76'

HAZARD FIRES OVER

Gladbach's Belgian star Hazard tries his luck and connects well with a long-range effort which fizzes just over the top.
71'
<- Florian Neuhaus
-> Lars Stindl
70'
substitutesPascal Stenzel
70'

FREIBURG RECOVERING

After chances for Wendt and Hofmann, Freiburg are doing a good job of taking the sting out of the game.
65'

GLADBACH GETTING CLOSER

Hofmann hits a shot straight at the keeper from a narrow angle inside the area after being played in by Lars Stindl.
65'
<- Florian Niederlechner
-> Gian-Luca Waldschmidt
62'
CHANCE FOR GLADBACH! Hazard drives over a sweet cross and Nico Elvedi, the matchwinner against Mainz last week, can only glance it well wide of goal.
62'

CHANCE FOR GLADBACH!

Hazard drives over a sweet cross and Nico Elvedi, the matchwinner against Mainz last week, can only glance it well wide of goal.
61'
<- Patrick Herrmann
-> Denis Zakaria
58'

BUSY FIRST START FOR SCHLOTTERBECK

Centre-back Keven Scholtterbeck is making his first start for Freiburg tonight and he looks composed. He played a lovely pass forward through the lines for the opening goal, but it looks like he'll have plenty of defending to do for the rest of the game.
52'

BETTER FROM GLADBACH

The home team are playing at a better tempo as they try to force the issue in the second half.
Kick-off!

A TIGHT FIRST HALF

An opening 45 minutes of few chances comes to an end. Freiburg have defended smartly and have looked comfortable and threatening at times when they get on the ball. Hazard and Plea combined for the equaliser, but Gladbach haven’t been able to get those two on the ball enough – with Jonas Hofmann bright for the home side. Freiburg boss Christian Streich will definitely be the happier of the two managers.
Half-time
40'
substitutesAmir Abrashi
31'

FREIBURG TOUGH TO CRACK

Gladbach have plenty of possession at the moment but are struggling to create chances since that well-worked equaliser.
17'

PLEA LEVELS FOR GLADBACH

The lead doesn't last long. Zakaria plays in Thorgan Hazard down the right, and his cutback from the byline is slammed home by Alasssane Plea.
16'

Alassane Pléa

GOAL!

1 : 1
Alassane Pléa
10'

Vincenzo Grifo

GOAL!

0 : 1
Vincenzo Grifo
6'

A LIVELY START

Zakaria had an early shot over the bar for the home side, but Gladbach are looking to threaten on the counter.
Kick-off!

REVENGE FOR GLADBACH?

When these sides last met in October, Freiburg made the most of home advantage with a 3-1 win. Gladbach won last year's corresponding fixture by the same scoreline, and will be hoping for a similar outcome this evening.

FREIBURG SEEKING THIRD AWAY WIN

Freiburg are on a good run of form, having hammered Augsburg and beaten Hertha Berlin in their last two home matches. The visitors lost 2-0 at Bayer Leverkusen on their last away trip, however, and they have failed to win on the road in 2019.  

CAN GLADBACH CONSOLIDATE FOURTH?

The Foals won each of their first nine home games this season but have lost their last three at Borussia-Park. They'll be looking to return to winning ways here to stay in the top four, with Eintracht Frankfurt just three points further behind in fifth place. 

GLADBACH STARTING LINE-UP

Sommer – Johnson, Jantschke, Elvedi, Wendt – Zakaria, Strobl, Hofmann – Hazard, Stindl (c), Plea SUBS:  Sippel, Lang, Kramer, Herrmann, Raffael, Cuisance, Neuhaus

FREIBURG STARTING LINE-UP:

Schwolow – Stenzel, K. Schlotterbeck, Heintz, Günter – Frantz (c), Abrashi – Haberer, Waldschmidt, Grifo – Petersen SUBS: Flekken, Niederlechner, Höler, Terrazzino, Gondorf, Okoroji, N. Schlotterbeck
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