Big win for Augsburg
It's all over and Augsburg have three crucial points, taking them clear of the relegation zone as the focus now turns to Hertha Berlin's clash with Stuttgart.
Let-off for Riemann
Riemann gets caught 30 yards out of his own goal and gives the ball to Niederlechner, but rather than trying to loop the ball into an open goal, the Augsburg forward puts his foot on the ball and plays down a bit more of the clock.
Six to go
There are six minutes of added time...
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Two chances to wrap it up
First Caligiuri and then Niederlechner have chances to wrap up victory, but Riemann saves the first with his outstretched leg, and the latter drags his effort wide of the far post.
Effort > reward
10 off target
2 on target
7 off target
3 on target
Not Bochum's day
Like with Asano in the first half, a cross comes just too far away from Bella-Kotchap for him to get a decisive touch, and another chance goes begging. We could play on for hours and Bochum might not score today, it's just one of those days.
An excellent free-kick from Löwen is pushed behind by Gikiewicz, who scrambled behind his wall and got both palms to the ball as it dipped.
Big chane for Locadia!
That was the chance for Bochum to get back into it, with Locadia bursting through, but his shot is deflected behind for a corner!
First shot of the half
We've had to wait over 27 minutes for it, but Mads Pedersen sends in the first shot of this second half, with a deflection taking the sting out of it and Riemann collecting easily.
More of the ball, but...
An injury-enforced change for Augsburg with Iago, who went down in the box and appears to have fallen badly, replaced by Arne Maier. That stop should add a few minutes on.
The Bochum fans are getting increasingly frustrated as Augsburg try to take the sting out of the game.
Well, not entirely all of the Bochum team is being changed, but three new faces are brought in to try to shake things up and find a route back into this game.
Behind the ball
As the average positions for the first half confirmed, Augsburg are playing largely from the back foot, getting men packed in behind the ball. This half, though, they are being forced onto the back foot by Bochum.
First card of the game
Dorsch went in very aggressively on Osterhage, and sees the yellow card for it.
Here we go again
Back underway in Bochum, with the home fans doing their bit to lift their team as they returned.
Step to survival
As things stand, Augsburg are taking a significant step towards survival, but not only are there another 45 minutes to be played this afternoon, a further 270 minutes follow, meaning there is plenty of time for things to change.
Two more minutes
Into stoppage time, with Augsburg surely happy with their first-half performance.
Even xG agrees that Augsburg should be winning this game 2-0, as they are.
Easy does it
Despite the distraction tactics of the home fans packed behind Riemann's goal, Gregoritsch takes a two-step run-up and slots the ball past the immobile Bochum keeper.
VAR checks it, but the contact was just inside the area and Augsburg have the chance to double their lead. Gregoritsch lines it up...
Penalty for Augsburg!
Caligiuri is felled on the edge of the box and the referee points to the spot!
Bochum fans bouncing
Although their team are trailing, the Bochum fans are bouncing in the spring sunshine. Their team are still a point above Augsburg, as things stand, so they are enjoying their afternoon anyway.
Takuma Asano André Hahn
A good break for Augsburg with Gregoritsch putting Gruezo through, but he's falling as he gets in his shot and it just misses the target, high and wide.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
No takers from Zoller
A good break for Bochum and Zoller pulls the ball across goal, but it hits the heal of an Augsburg defender and Asano's effort on the rebound is deflected behind for a corner. First sign of life from the hosts in a fair few minutes.
Oxford heads over
Augsburg force their first corner of the game and it almost leads to a goal, with Oxford getting his head to the ball, but he nods it over.
Distance run (km)
Route one stuff
Augsburg take their first chance of the game to open the scoring! The ball comes long from the Augsburg defence and Gregoritsch heads it on for Hahn, who gets in around the back and lobs the ball past Riemann!
Bochum down the wings
Bochum have been using the wings well, getting in a fair few crosses, though Augsburg's defence has only left space to Asano on that earlier cross, otherwise they are running a tight ship.
It is fair to say Asano would have pulled something magic out of the hat had he turned that ball in, with xG confirming it was not the easiest of chances, putting it mildly.
Not an easy one
Almost the opener for Bochum! The ball comes across the face of goal and Asano is racing in, lunging at it, but he cannot get a telling touch on the ball, sending it wide rather than on target!
Cross or shot?
Soares strikes the ball from the left wing, finding the side-netting. It seems he was actually trying to thread that inside the post rather than find a teammate in the middle.
Control lets Hahn down
First moment of danger in the Bochum box, but Hahn does not get the ball under control with his first touch and Losilla is back to make the tackle.
Augsburg kick off
The guests get the ball rolling, shooting from right to left in this first half, in this lovely day for football - 17 degrees celsius, and plenty of sun.
the sun is shining in Bochum as the teams take to the field.
Augsburg starting XI
Gikiewicz - Gumny, Gouweleeuw (c), Oxford, Iago - Caligiuri, Gruezo, Dorsch, Vargas - Hahn, Gregoritsch
Bochum starting XI
Riemann - Gamboa, Bella-Kotchap, Leitsch, Soares - Losilla (c) – Asano, Rexhbecaj, Osterhage, Holtmann – Zoller
Here are the guests
Early look around
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