VfB Stuttgart Goals

Stuttgart vs Borussia Dortmund highlights (0-3)
Although their title shot is evaporating vastly, Borussia Dortmund remained motivated as they bagged an important win over Stuttgart this weekend. Playing away from home didn't stop Dortmund from putting an aggressive display as they got themselves in front after 21 minutes through Shinji Kagawa's effort.
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Stuttgart vs Bayern Munich (1-3)
Bayern Munich extending their lead at the top of German Bundesliga standings following an important away win over Stuttgart. Playing away from home didn't stop Bayern from taking control of proceedings as they got in front through an own goal from Georg Neidermeir on 31 minutes.
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Stuttgart vs Bayer Leverkusen (0-2)
Bayer Leverkusen keeping their hope of Champions League football alive as they picked up an away victory over Stuttgart. Both teams were hungry for three points as they put on an attacking display since early minutes.
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Dortmund’s Cup Win Disturbed by Tennis Ball Incident
Borussia Dortmund comfortably advanced into DFB Pokal's semifinal after defeating VfB Stuttgart 3-1 this midweek, but that result was marred with a unique incident. During the match, Dortmund fans were seen throwing plenty tennis balls into the pitch, forcing that tie to be halted for a while as players were busy removing those balls.
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Bayern Continue Bundesliga Domination, Dortmund Back On Winning Ways
Bundesliga giant, Bayern Munich maintaining their unbeaten run in the league as they grabbed a comfortable 2-0 win over Hertha Berlin. Pep Guardiola's men put on their usual dominating display as they opened the scoring through, Thomas Muller, before Kingsley Coman completed the victory with his goal.
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Badstuber Making Emotional Comeback for Bayern
  Having been spending most of his recent time with injuries, Holger Badstuber made his come back for Bayern Munich this past weekend during his team's game against Stuttgart.
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Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart (4-0)
Bayern Munich got back on winning ways in their German Bundesliga fixture as Pep Guardiola's men demolished Stuttgart on Saturday. Following their convincing Champions League victory, Bayern put on an aggressive display this weekend as they were gunning for all three points.
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Bayer Leverkusen vs Stuttgart (4-3)
Bayer Leverkusen picked up an important three points on their latest Bundesliga fixture after defeating Stuttgart in a thrilling battle. The match was poised to be a tight encounter, especially after both teams failed to score during the first 45 minutes.
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Hoffenheim vs Stuttgart (2-2)
Hoffenheim failed to pick up all three points from their latest Bundesliga fixture as they were held by Stuttgart. The home team made an aggressive start into that tie as they got themselves in front on 33 minutes through Kevin Volland's effort.
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Hannover 96 vs Stuttgart (1-5)
Stuttgart finally ended their winless run in Bundesliga after grabbing an important away win over Hannover this midweek. Yet to collect any points from their previous five games gave the away team strong motivation in their travel.
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Stuttgart vs Schalke 04 (0-1)
Stuttgart's early season struggle continue as they picked up another defeat this past weekend, suffering a 1-0 loss from Schalke. Playing at home, Stuttgart tried to take control of proceedings but it was far from an easy task with their opponent also pushing hard for three points.
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Hertha BSC vs Stuttgart (2-1)
Hertha Berlin picked up a positive result on their latest Bundesliga home fixture after defeating VfB Stuttgart last Saturday. The home side made a bright start indeed on that match as they went one goal up after just 14 minutes through Genki Haraguchi's effort.
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Stuttgart vs Eintracht Frankfurt (1-4)
Stuttgart's poor start in the new season of German Bundesliga continue as they picked up their third league defeat this weekend from Eintracht Frankfurt. Keen on picking up their first win this season, Stuttgart found themselves in difficulties after just 11 minutes as Frankfurt got themselves in front through Adam Hlousek's own goal.
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