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Borussia Mönchengladbach’s Champions League qualification were hit by a 1-0 loss

FREIBURG, Germany (AP) — Borussia Mönchengladbach’s Champions League qualification trusts were hit by a 1-0 misfortune in the Bundesliga on Friday at Freiburg. Nils Petersen scored a free kick with a header in the 59th moment to alter the bearing of the game after Gladbach had dominated, simply after going ahead as a substitute.

FREIBURG, Germany (AP) — Borussia Mönchengladbach’s Champions League qualification trusts were hit by a 1-0 misfortune in the Bundesliga on Friday at Freiburg.

Nils Petersen scored a free kick with a header in the 59th moment to alter the course of the game after Gladbach had dominated, simply after going ahead as a substitute.

Borussia Mönchengladbach's Champions League qualification were hit by a 1-0 loss
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Just officials of the Freiburg team could celebrate — the game was played against the latest coronavirus under exacting cleanliness measures and spectators were restricted from all Bundesliga games during the season.

It deteriorated 10 minutes after Petersen ‘s goal for the visitors when French striker Alassane Plea was sent off for a bad challenge because of his subsequent yellow card.

Max Eberl, wearing the director of Gladbach was also sent off for his reaction. He kept on complaining through his face mask when leaving the coaching field.

In the principal half, Gladbach created a concentrated team performance yet was frustrated by several great saves from goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow in Freiburg. Germany forward Luca Waldschmidt botched the most obvious opportunity on the home side.

In the subsequent half, the pattern proceeded until Petersen did the breakthrough. It was then that all of Freiburg consolidated eighth place.

Gladbach botched the chance to venture out in front of the remainder of the 30th round and could be overtaken in fourth on Saturday if Bayer Leverkusen claims a point at home to Bayern Munich.