German Bundesliga

Bayern Munich is closing in, but Wolfsburg is still in the lead of the German Bundesliga title race.


1. Wolfsburg – 12 points
2. Bayern Munich – 10 points
3. Borussia Dortmund – 9 points
4. Mainz – 9 points
5. Freiburg – 8 points
6. Bayer Leverkusen – 7 points
7. FC Köln – 7 points
8. Union Berlin – 6 points
9. Hoffenheim – 4 points
10. Stuttgart – 4 points
11. Mönchengladbach – 4 points
12. RB Leipzig – 3 points
13. Bochum – 3 points
14. Arminia Bielefeld – 3 points
15. Eintracht Frankfurt – 3 points
16. Hertha Berlin – 3 points
17. Augsburg – 2 points
18. Greuther Fürth – 1 points

Wolfsburg remains top of the German Bundesliga after four rounds but Bayern Munich is keeping tabs on them.
RB Leipzig is in the bottom half of the league standings.
Hertha Berlin moved up from the bottom of the league standings; and is replaced by newly-promoted Greuther Furth.


Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) and Erlin Haaland (Dortmund) are leading the goal-scoring race.
Robert Lewandowski – 6 goals
Erling Haaland – 5 goals


Leverkusen 3-4 Dortmund
Freiburg 1-1 FC Koln
Greuther Furth 0-2 Wolfsburg
Hoffenheim 0-2 Mainz
Union Berlin 0-0 Augsburg
RB Leipzig 1-4 Bayern Munich
Frankfurt 1-1 Stuttgart
Bochum 1-3 Hertha Berlin
Monchengladbach 3-1 Arminia Bielefeld



A foul on Marco Reus in the penalty box handed a scoring opportunity to Dortmund. Erling Haaland took advantage of the scoring opportunity and converted the spot-kick into the game-winning goal; and his second goal of the match.
Dortmund got the bigger piece of the seven goals scored in their match against Leverkusen. Erling Haaland scored two and assisted one.


Wolfsburg kept the top spot in the league standings by extending their winning start to four matches through a 2-0 away victory against a newly-promoted Greuther Furth.


Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring for the match through a penalty kick in the 12th minute but it was the second-half substitute, Jamal Musiala who scored the game-winning goal just about a minute from his introduction.

Thanks to Musiala, Bayern Munich was two goals up in under ten minutes from the restart. He scored the wiring goal and assisted Leroy sane with the insurance goal.

RB Leipzig has suffered three defeats in four matches, while Bayern Munich has done their part to make up for the points dropped on opening day. Bayern has three wins in a row.

Up next for both teams is Champions League football. Both teams will travel for their coming up Champions League fixture. Bayern to Barcelona, and RB Leipzig to Manchester [against Man City]


Suat Serdar scored two goals for Hertha to end losing. Hertha Berlin used newly-promoted Bochum to get their first win of the season.


The goals came at the end for Frankfurt and Stuttgart to share the points. Despite going down a man due to a red card, Stuttgart scored the equalizing goal to deny Frankfurt a win in the 88th minute.


Lars Stindl scored two to get Monchengladbach their first victory of the new season





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