Honors Even @ Gladbach!By: Mohamed | October 3rd, 2010
After three successive wins for Wolfsburg, it was inevitable that the winning streak will come to an end and it duly dead at Monchen Gladbach yesterday. We scored through Thomas Kahlenberg midway through the first period and Gladbach replied with a goal from former Hertha Berlin midfielder Marx in the second period.
The game wasn’t the most entertaining ever but Gladbach threatened early on with Benaglio tipping a shot around the post. Even though I couldn’t watch the game, basing my judgement on the highlights and reading the match report, it is not difficult to reach such a conclusion. I don’t recall any instant through which Dzeko or Grafite threatened yesterday. Even Diego’s only contribution, in addition of initiating the move we scored from, was a shot that was deflected wide by a desperate defensive block. Gladbach smelled blood after they got their equalizer and we lost Benaglio to injury and they came close to snatch a winner a couple of times late in the second half.
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Over a course of a season, it is expected that we have one of those days where we find ourselves in a winning position away from home but can’t preserve such a lead and come home only with a draw. But hey, I will take that draw especially when you look around and see the mire a club like Schalke is going through. Even Bayern Munich are struggling to score these days. It is not about finding excuses but it is early days in the season and there are plenty of winnable points out there.
One last thing, Kahlenberg is the first player to score a goal this season for the Wolves without being name Dzeko, Grafite or Diego.
Take it easy!