VfL Wolfsburg


Dimitrios Grammozis: Too many gifts in the second half

Both coaches agreed that Schalke made life tough for Wolfsburg in the first half on Saturday (13/3), however the hosts were clearly the dominant side after the break. Shkodran Mustafi also spoke to the media after the final whistle.


Schalke beaten 5-0 at Wolfsburg

FC Schalke 04 lost away to VfL Wolfsburg on Saturday afternoon (13/3). The Wolves went ahead after an unlucky own goal by Shkodran Mustafi (31’), before second-half goals from Wout Weghorst (51’), Ridle Baku (58’), Josip Brekalo (64’) and Maximilian Philipp (79’) sealed a convincing win.


Dimitrios Grammozis: We have to maintain a good mentality in Wolfsburg

A tough task awaits Dimitrios Grammozis and his team as they travel to face VfL Wolfsburg on Saturday (15:30 CET), a side who are still unbeaten at home this season. “Nevertheless, we are not without a chance,” said the Royal Blues’ new head coach. “We’re travelling to Wolfsburg with the intention of playing good football and getting a positive result.”


Timo Becker: We need to create our own luck and turn chances into goals

After the 1-0 defeat to Wolfsburg on Wednesday night (3 February), there is a mixture of disappointment and hopefulness in the Royal Blue camp. Naturally, the players and staff are disappointed about being knocked out of the DFB-Pokal, but the gutsy performance against Wolfsburg has given them hope for the ongoing relegation battle. "Everyone saw that we are capable of playing good football. We showed that from the first whistle until the last and created good chances against a strong opponent," said Timo Becker, focusing on the positives.

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Christian Gross: We didn’t manage to do what matters most

Both head coaches spoke to the media after the 1-0 defeat at VfL Wolfsburg in the DFB-Pokal on Wednesday evening (3/2). Ralf Fährmann also gave his thoughts on the loss.


S04 knocked out of the DFB-Pokal in Wolfsburg

FC Schalke 04 were beaten 1-0 at VfL Wolfsburg in the round of 16 on Wednesday night (3/2). Wout Weghorst scored a rebound after Ralf Fährmann had saved his penalty. The Royal Blues created a number of chances, but Koen Casteels made numerous saves to frustrate S04.


Christian Gross: We won’t hold back

FC Schalke 04 are in midweek action in the DFB-Pokal on Wednesday (3/2, 18:30 CET), travelling to face VfL Wolfsburg in the round of 16. For head coach Christian Gross and his side, the game is more than just a distraction to their disappointing Bundesliga campaign so far.


DFB-Pokal: Schalke away to VfL Wolfsburg on a Wednesday night

On Friday (15 Jan), the DFB released the exact timings for the DFB-Pokal’s last 16 schedule. FC Schalke 04 will play VfL Wolfsburg on Wednesday, 3 Feb. The away game will kick off at 18:30 CET.


DFB-Pokal: S04 to face Wolfsburg in round of 16

FC Schalke 04 have been drawn away in the last 16 of the DFB-Pokal. Former ski jumper and TV expert Sven Hannawald conducted Sunday’s draw (03/01), with Schalke being drawn to face VfL Wolfsburg in the next round. The match will be played on 2nd or 3rd of February, with exact timings to be announced in the coming days.

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Manuel Baum: We had no control in the first 25 minutes

Head coach Manual Baum and Wolfsburg’s head coach Oliver Glasner spoke to the media after the Wolves won 2-0 in Gelsenkirchen on Saturday (21/11). Suat Serdar also looked back on the 90 minutes.

FC Schalke 04 – VfL Wolfsburg

Royal Blues lose 2-0 against Wolfsburg

FC Schalke 04 lost 2-0 at home to VfL Wolfsburg on Saturday (21/11). Wout Weghorst and Xaver Schlager scored the goals for the visitors.

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Schalke lose 4-1 to Wolfsburg in final home game of the season

The Royal Blues were beaten 4-1 by VfL Wolfsburg in their final home game of 2019/20. Wout Weghorst scored a brace, with Kevin Mbabu and Joao Victor also netting for the Wolves. Rabbi Matondo pulled one back for Schalke.