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Tim Walter is one of the most promising coaches in Germany and took over VfB Stuttgart this summer. He finished last season in a great sixth position with his former club Holstein Kiel and the people took notice of him because of his interesting approaches during his team’s build-up. Now, at Stuttgart, he’s got players with higher induvial quality. However, since 26 players joined the club or returned from loan and 21 left the club, it was clear that it would take some time until all mechanisms under their new coach would work out.

But before this game of the sixth matchday of the 2. Bundesliga against Jahn Regensburg, Walter’s team has won 11 points out of their first five games, lost none and were in second place behind HSV. On the other side, Regensburg had seven points and were in eighth position. In light of this, Stuttgart were the favourites to win this match and were able to do so.

In this tactical analysis, we will look at both teams’ tactics and examine how Walter’s team were able to get away with the three points.

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