Goal to Stuttgart, scored by C. Nehrig is done for the day. Gonther is his replacement. Dudziak enters play, replacing A. Maxim has found the target for Stuttgart!
Miyaichi enters play, replacing F. Bouhaddouz scores for St. Christian Gentner VfB Stuttgart right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box to the bottom right corner.
Assisted by Simon Terodde. Alexandru Maxim VfB Stuttgart right footed shot from the left side of the box to the bottom right corner.
Assisted by Christian Gentner following a fast break. Aziz Bouhaddouz FC St. Next, ten minutes later, Daniel Buballa burst into the Stuttgart box following a lovely Waldemar Sobota pass and rifled a shot into the side netting.
Three minutes later Simon Terodde turned past Dudziak and Flum and shaped to shoot, but the better-placed Asano nicked the ball and dragged a shot well off target.
Finally, following a string of corners on the stroke of half-time, Sobota hit the crossbar with another inswinging corner.
Though attempts on goal were few and far between, they penetrated the Stuttgart penalty box time and time again. Pauli dominated the play in this phase of the game and the visitors took some time to find their way back into the contest.
With the visitors now looking to push forward, the Boys in Brown took advantage of the space that opened up to string together a superb move on 70 minutes.
That near miss prompted Wolf into a clear sign of intent with the introduction of a second striker in the shape of former St.
Pauli man Daniel Ginczek. Three points were also the target for the home side, however, and on 76 they carved out another opening for Sobota, whose curling effort was defused by Langerak.
But with six minutes left the visitors struck in clinical fashion. A late winner denied the Boys in Brown a well-deserved point and possibly more.