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The First Round of Germany’s DFB Pokal Has Begun

The First Round of Germany’s DFB Pokal Has Begun

The new 2021-22 domestic seasons in Europe have opened with the German Cup first. Among news of pre-season friendly match results in football today, now, the first round of Germany’s DFB Pokal has begun.

The German DFB Pokal league have just commenced their first round of the 2021-22 season.

In this tournament, lower divisions representatives in Germany hope to perform a miracle and progress on to the next stage.

The First Round of Germany’s DFB Pokal Has Begun – Match Summaries

As for the individual match results, firstly, Schalke easily beat FC 08 Villingen, justifying their role as the favourites of the match.

Elsewhere, Union Berlin won against Turkgucu Munchen by scoring one goal and not conceding any, that is, keeping clean sheets.

Meanwhile, Wolfsburg barely escaped relegation by beating Preussen Munster in extra time. Though they were initially behind by 0-1 after a late Marcel Hoffmeier goal, they somehow recovered toward the death time.

All three of their goals came after the usual 90 playing minutes, with the first equalizer at 90’. Indeed, their third and last goal came at the very end, at 120+1 minutes.

Even so, eventually, it was Eintracht Frankfurt who gave us an unexpected outcome. The Eagles suffered a 0-2 defeat from a third division side Mannheim.

Match Results

SV 07 Elversberg – FSV Mainz 05 1 :1 (2:3 after penalties)

FC 08 Villingen – Schalke 04 1:4

Here are the live football match highlights from this fixture.

Carl Zeiss Jena – 1.FC Koeln 2:4

Mannheim – Eintracht Frankfurt 2:0

1:0 – Marcel Seegert 48′

2:0 – Joseph Boyamba 52′

SV Meppen – Hertha Berlin 0:1’

0:1 – Davie Selke 90+1′

Preussen Munster – VfL Wolfsburg 1:3 (after extra time)

1:0 – Marcel Hoffmeier 74′

1:1 – Josip Brekalo 90′

1:2 – Wout Weghorst 103′

1:3 – Ridle Baku 120+1′

VfL Oldenburg – Fortuna Duesseldorf 0:5 

RW Kobienz – SSV Jahn Regensburg 0:3 

Turkgucu Munchen – FC Union Berlin 0:1 

0:1 – Max Kruse 23′

Braunschweig – Hamburger SV – 1:2

Hansa – Heidenheim – 3:2 (after extra time)

Wurzburger Kickers – Freiburg –0:1

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