Goals: 1-0 Kramer (24'), 1-1 Vestergaard (o.g. 62')
Thilo Kehrer's header got the goalmouth action underway and it was another header from a corner, this time at the other end from Matthias Ginter, which set Christoph Kramer up to put the hosts in front at the far post. In a tale of headers, Naldo had a goal ruled out for a nudge on Jannik Vestergaard and Ginter showed once again how screwed on his head is as he flicked Kehrer's goalbound effort instinctively over the crossbar. Vincenzo Grifo planted a shot on the crossbar with Lars Stindl slotting in the rebound, but the offside flag was raised. Video Assist confirmed that decision before convincing the referee to reverse a decision to award Gladbach a penalty late in the first half.
Schalke coach Domenico Tedesco waited just 15 minutes of the second half before sending on Guido Burgstaller to bolster his attack, and within minutes his side were level. Daniel Caligiuri's low cross from the right was turned inside his near post by Vestergaard, who was the league's most prolific goalscorer coming into the game and added an unwanted goal to the three he has scored at the right end. Burgstaller snapped a shot over and was denied by Yann Sommer as the chances multiplied at both ends, Thorgan Hazard going close at the other end with a header. They came into the game side by side in the standings, and that is how they ended it with nothing between the teams, who remain fourth and third respectively.
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