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Horrible weekend for African players in Germany

December 14, 2009

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Borussia M’gladbach 5-3 Hannover
In this game Hannover scored 6 goals and still lost by a 5-3 scoreline. Hannover’s Tunisian international defender, Karim Haggui scored 2 own goals while Ivorian Left back, Constant Djakpa scored another making it three. An intervention by Didier Ya Konan as he pulled one back for Hannover before the break was not enough on the day.

Hoffenheim 1-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Both Nigerian striker, Chinedu Obasi and Senegalese striker Demba Ba played in this game.

Freiburg 0-0 Koeln
Cameroonian striker Mohamed Idrissou, Congolese attacker Cedric Makiadi and Moroccan midfielder Yacine Abdessadki played for Freiburg. Both Idrissou and Makiadi were shown the yellow card.

Bayern Munich 5-1 Bochum
31 year old Cameroonian midfielder Joel Epalle played for Bochum as they were humbled by Bayern. He was substituted in the 76 min.

Mainz 1-1 VfB Stuttgart
Mainz drew at home to VfB Stuttgart. Burkinabe striker, Aristide Bance nicknamed “Guinness” played for Mainz. Ivorian defender Arthur Boka also played for Stuttgart.

Wolfsburg 1-3 Borussia Dortmund.
Out-of-formed Wolfsburg continued their poor run as the lost to Dortmund over the weekend. In that game Egyptian lethal striker, Mohamed Zidan played for Dortmund until he picked up an injury in the 62nd minute. As the African Cup in Angola draws closer Egypt may have some worries about this not so exciting development.

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