Jeremy Frimpong a month before the World Cup with an important goal for Frukusen again | sports

videoJeremy Frimpong contributed a goal to Bayer Leverkusen’s draw against Wolfsburg (2-2). The right-back, included in the Dutch national team’s provisional selection for the World Cup in Qatar, has already celebrated his fifth goal in the league this season.

The Amsterdam-born 21-year-old Frimpong has started the season well. He played for Manchester City’s youth team for nine years and moved from Celtic to Bayer Leverkusen last year. Mitchell Packer, also included in Temporary selection for the World Cup from Orange, just like Frimpong, had a primary place in Bayer Leverkusen. Mickey van de Veen appeared at the kick-off in Wolfsburg. Caused a penalty missed by Moussa Diaby. Van de Veen also has a chance of securing a place in the World Cup final selection for national coach Louis van Gaal.

Jeremy Frimpong (R) competes with Paulo Ottavio. © AP

Shortly after missing the penalty kick, Diaby opened the score in favor of Leverkusen (1-0). Wolfsburg equalized the result with an own goal from Robert Andrich. Maximilian Arnold signed 1-2, after which Frimpong scored after preparatory work for substitute Daley Sinkgraven.

Matisse de Ligt

Jamal Musiala and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting give Bayern Munich a win over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (2-0). Matthijs de Ligt, who would almost certainly have a place in Orange’s World Cup Final pick, played the entire match for the German champions. Ryan Gravenburch was allowed to fill in the blank. His name is also on the provisional list of 39 players for the World Cup in Qatar. Van Gaal will announce on November 11 if Gravenbrich is also in the final selection team of 26 internationals for the global final round.

Matisse de Ligt (right) in a duel with Hoffenheim player Ozan Kabak.

Matisse de Ligt (right) in a duel with Hoffenheim player Ozan Kabak. © Reuters

Bayern Munich are second in the Bundesliga, one point behind Union Berlin, who play an away game against Bochum on Sunday. Borussia Dortmund won without the flu-like Doniel Malin of Stuttgart (5-0). FC Augsburg lost their 3-0 lead against RB Leipzig (3-3) in front of their own fans.

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