The closest title race in Europe top five leagues?
The pressure is on Dortmund as Bayern Munich has crawled back to level them on points at the top of the league title.
March 1, 2019
Augsburg 2-1 Borussia Dortmund
Augsburg – Dong-Won Ji 24’ 68’
Borussia Dortmund – Francisco Alcacer 81’
March 2, 2019
Schalke 0-4 Fortuna Dusseldorf
Fortuna Dusseldorf – Dodi Lukebakio 35’(pen) Dawid Kowmacki 62’ 84’ Benito Raman 68’
Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Frieburg
Bayer Leverkusen – Charles Aranguiz 4’ Leon Bailey 73’
Eintracht Frankfurt 3-2 Hoffenheim
Eintracht Frankfurt – Filip Kostic 20’ Sebastien Haller 89’ Goncalo Paciencia 90+6’
Hoffenheim – Joelinton 43’ Ishak Belfodil 60’
Hertha Berlin 2-1 Mainz
Hertha Berlin – Marko Grujic 50’ Niklas Stark 60’
Mainz – Niklas Stark 46’(og)
Nurnberg 0-1 RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig – Lukas Klostermann 40’
Borussia Monchengladbach 1-5 Bayern Munich
Borussia Monchengladbach – Lars Stindl 37’
Bayern Munich – Javier Martinez 2’ Thomas Muller 11’ Robert Lewandowski 47’ 90+1’ Serge Gnabry 75’
March 3, 2019
Stuttgart 5–1 Hannover
Stuttgart – Mario Gomez 4’ Ozan Kabak 16’ 45’ Steven Zuber 78’ 81’
Hannover – Jonathas 68’
Wolfsburg 1–1 Werder Bremen
Wolfsburg – John Anthony Brooks 54’
Werder Bremen – Max Kruse 74’
Dong-Won Ji delivered the goals for Augsburg to blow the title race ride open with a win at home against league leaders Borussia Dortmund. Paco Alcacer scored his first goal of 2019 but it wasn’t enough to help his side get anything from this fixture
Schlake: Zero Bundesliga goals in their last 3 matches.
Fortuna Dusseldorf wants to stay in the top flight. Schalke seasons takes another dip after a ‘4-0’ hammering at home by recently promoted Fortuna Dusseldorf. Schalke conceded 3 second-half goals to fall closer to the dropzone in the league standings. A goalless draw with Freiburg has been the best result Schalke has gotten from their last 5 competitive matches; the remaining matches have been defeats.
A dominant display at home sees Leverkusen beat Freiburg.
Frankfurt widened the gap between themselves and Hoffenheim to 6 points after a closely contested home win against Hoffenheim. Goncalo Paciencia scored in the 6th-minute of additional time to steal all the points for Eintracht Frankfurt after both teams experienced having the lead and losing it. Kasim Adams’s sending off in the 65th minute for the accumulation of yellow cards saw Hoffenheim play their final third of the match with a numerical disadvantage.
Hertha Berlin bounced back from an early goal down in the second half to get a home victory against Mainz.
RB Leipzig gets the job done at Nurnberg to get the points to take full advantage of Borussia Monchengladbach’s defeat to Bayern Munich.
Bayern ties Dortmund in points accumulated as Robert Lewandowski tied Luka Jovic at the top of the list of goalscorers in the league. Lewandowski contributed two goals in Bayern Munich’s ‘5-1’ win away against Borussia Monchengladbach.
Stuttgart helped themselves in their relegation battle by tightening their grip on the relegation-playoff position with a 5-1 over relegation-zoned Hannover.
Max Kruse scored the equalizing goal for Werder Bremen to deny Wolfsburg from opening a 9-point gap between the two sides.