Dramatic end to a close encounter
Right at the death, substitute Karim Onisiwo equalised, squeezing a shot past Flekken to send the home crowd wild! The goal also means he is the club's joint-top goalscorer in their Bundesliga history!
5 added minutes
We are into the second of five extra minutes. Can Mainz salvage a point?
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Zentner does brilliantly to deny Höler an almost certain goal as he keeps Mainz in the game.
Weiper, one of Mainz's best youngsters, doesn't get enough on his volley on the stretch, giving a grateful Flekken a comfortable save.
Kenneth Schmidt comes on for his first Bundesliga appearance - not an easy game to join with Freiburg looking to defend their slender lead!
Mainz have not yet won this season after going behind (three draws, eight defeats). There's still time to change that, but the clock is ticking.
Freiburg pressing for a second
Doan is the next to try and double his team's advantage, after scoring the first, but Zentner easily holds his effort. Still, it's another example of the visitors' desire to put the game beyond Mainz.
Grifo has been quiet so far, but Zentner needs to be alert to keep out his long-ranged strike.
Mainz look for an immediate response, and Stach's effort is not far away from the top corner as it goes narrowly over.
Doan takes advantage of a Mainz mix-up to give Freiburg the lead! Zentner and Fernandes fail to communicate properly, allowing the winger to nip in and pass into an empty net.
Love for Lee
Freiburg have looked to go forward at the start of this second period, although they are yet to create a clear-cut opportunity.
Here we go again!
Nothing to split the sides
5 minutes left
Not long to go before the interval, but still time for either team to move ahead.
The forward tries his luck with a free-kick 25 yards out, but Flekken does well to parry the ball to safety.
Mainz get another corner immediately, but both come to nothing.
A chance for Mainz to trouble Flekken once more from this set-piece...
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Not many chances for either side to write home about, but both teams have kept their shape well and clearly do not want to give anything anyway to their opponents.
Little separates the two sides in terms of xGoals.
Not much in it so far
Ajorque scores!!! But....
Ajorque has the ball in the back of the net after slotting past Flekken with composure! However, he was in an offside position when he received the ball and the goal, therefore, doesn't stand.
Plenty for Freiburg to play for
Ajorque the target
The hosts are looking to find the January signing in the middle at every opportunity. Another cross into the box, this time from Lee, is cut out before it can find the forward.
A brilliant curling cross into the area from Caci finds Ajorque, but his header it saved by Flekken at full stretch. Chances for both teams to break the deadlock already!
Almost the opener!
The ball falls kindly, and perhaps unexpectedly, to Sildillia in the area, but a great last-ditch block from Hanche-Olsen keeps the effort out.
Freiburg get the last game of Matchday 25 underway!
Mainz starting XI
Zentner (c) - Hanche-Olsen, Bell, Fernandes - da Costa, Barreiro, Stach, Caci - Lee - Ingvartsen, Ajorque
Dahmen, Aaron, Barkok, Leitsch, Onisiwo, Widmer, Kohr, Hack, Weiper
Freiburg starting XI
Flekken - Kübler, Ginter, Gulde, Günter (c) - Sildillia, Eggestein, Höfler - Doan, Gregoritsch, Grifo
Uphoff, Höler, Keitel, Petersen, Sallai, Jeong, Weißhaupt, Röhl, Schmidt
Svensson: "Competition for places is fierce"
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Streich: "Back to everyday life"
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Watch: Previous meeting: Freiburg 2-1 Mainz
Super sub to the fore?
The Bundesliga's all-time best super sub, Nils Petersen, has scored six times in 12 games against Mainz.
Mainz have more wins against Freiburg (14) than they have against any other Bundesliga team. The Black Forest club have only emerged victorious in one of their 13 Bundesliga visits to Mainz (in January 2020).
Something's gotta give
Mainz and Freiburg are both unbeaten in their last five Bundesliga outings. Mainz have won their last four home games, while Freiburg have kept clean sheets in their two most recent away fixtures.