‘Jung Woo-young 22nd minute’ Stuttgart lose 2-3 to Hoffenheim, end six-match winning streak

With Jung Woo-young coming off the bench for the second straight game, German professional soccer’s Stuttgart lost to Hoffenheim, ending their unbeaten streak at six games.Stuttgart lost 2-3 at home to Hoffenheim in the ninth round of the 2023-2024 Bundesliga at the MHP-Arena in Stuttgart, Germany, on Monday (Sept. 29).The result snapped Stuttgart’s six-match unbeaten streak dating back to their 5-0 win over Freiburg in Round 3.Stuttgart is in third place (21 points) behind Bayern Munich (23 points) and Leverkusen (22 points).Jung Woo-young came on as a substitute in the 23rd minute with his team trailing 1-3 and played the rest of the game, but did not register an offensive point.

After scoring a tournament-high eight goals to lead South Korea to gold at the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, Jung has been a substitute for two consecutive games since returning to the team.He now has two assists in the league this season.Stuttgart fell behind early, conceding a goal to Grisha Fremel in the fourth minute of the first half.Midway through the first half, a Stuttgart defender was fouled in the face while contesting an opponent in the penalty area, and the gap widened in the 21st minute when Butte Berhorst converted from the penalty spot.Hoffenheim added a third goal in the 21st minute of the second half through Robert Skov.Stuttgart scored late goals from Chris Fürich in the 16th minute and Deniz Undav in the 28th 토토사이트 minute, but that was it.

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