The ÖFB team player scored her goals 5 and 6 of the season in the 3-0 win of Hoffenheim.
The women’s team of FC Bayern Munich took a big step towards the autumn championship title in the German Bundesliga on Sunday. The ÖFB team players Carina Wenninger, Sarah Zadrazil and Co. prevailed in the hit of the 9th round at home against series champions VfL Wolfsburg with 4: 1, thus also winning the ninth game of the season and increasing the lead over the first pursuer to five points .
Wenninger – in defense – and Zadrazil – in central midfield – played through. Viviane Asseyi (26th), Marina Hegering (43th), Lineth Beerensteyn (46th) and an own goal by Wolfsburg’s Dominique Janssen (77th) ensured clear conditions. The interim 1: 3 by Lena Goeßling (64th / penalty) was the Munich team’s first goal of the current season.
There was also a sense of achievement for other ÖFB players. Nicole Billa played a major role in the 3-0 away win of 1899 Hoffenheim at SC Sand with a double. The 24-year-old Tyrolean was only brought on during the break and scored first with a penalty (79th) and then out of the game (83th). Billa holds six goals after eight appearances. Laura Wienroither and Katharina Naschenweng were in the starting line-up at Hoffenheim, which improved to fourth with their fifth win. Katharina Schiechtl had already scored for the first time on Saturday in Werder Bremen’s 5-3 home win against MSV Duisburg.