BERLIN (AP) Stuttgarts winless begin to the Bundesliga season continued nonetheless it did manage a 0-0 draw at unbeaten Cologne on Sunday despite playing the majority of the second half with 10 men.
Stuttgart forward Luca Pfeiffer was sent off in the 56th minute for an awful tackle on Timo Hbers. American coach Pellegrino Matarazzo, who was simply incensed by his players dismissal, was later also delivered to the stands following two yellow cards.
It had been Colognes third straight draw after starting the growing season with a make an impression on Schalke. Stuttgart has three draws and a loss from its opening four matches.
Eintracht Frankfurt can be still searching for its first win. It played at Werder Bremen later Sunday.
Stuttgart dominated right away in Cologne and Silas had two golden opportunities. He saw one denied by way of a flying save from Marvin Schwbe and the goalkeeper were able to stand out a leg to clear the next following the forward have been sent through one-on-one by way of a delightful ball outrageous from Chris Fhrich.
However, it needed a goal-line clearance from Stuttgart defender Konstantinos Mavropanos to avoid Julian Chabots header from giving Cologne the lead on the stroke of halftime.
And Stuttgarts good work seemed to have grown to be undone when Pfeiffer was shown a straight red card for a dangerous tackle on Hbers 11 minutes following the restart. Regardless of the numerical disadvantage, Stuttgart continued to generate chances.
Stuttgart goalkeeper Florian Mller had received little to accomplish all match but he proved invaluable in stoppage time with an impressive save to help keep out a 20-yard screamer from Jan Thielmann.
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