German Bundesliga

German Bundesliga after Round 6 – Neither Lewandowski or Haaland were on the score sheet. Bayern Munich keeps their place at the top.


The occupants of the top four spots in the league remain the same; with Wolfsburg and Dortmund dropping a position while Leverkusen moved closer to the top.
Bayern does the expected to stay at the top of the Bundesliga table after the sixth round.
Leverkusen moved up to two positions to second place with a win against Mainz.
Wolfsburg falls a position to third after suffering defeat to Hoffenheim.
Dortmund falls a position to 4th after their defeat against Monchengladbach

Frankfurt, Arminia Bielefeld, and Greuther Furth stay without a win but Frankfurt is not in the relegation zone (yet).

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

Greuther Furth 1-3 Bayern Munich
Leverkusen 1-0 Mainz
Frankfurt 1-1 FC Koln
RB Leipzig 6-0 Hertha BErlin
Hoffenheim 3-1 Wolfsburg
Union Berlin 1-0 Arminia Bielefeld
Monchengladbach 1-0 Dortmund
Bochum 0-0 Stuttgart
Freiburg 3-0 Augsburg




It was Leipzig’s second victory of the league season, and it made up for the wait.
Christopher Nkunku scored two and assisted one to contribute to RB Leipzig’s win over Hertha Berlin.


Despite being first to get on the scoreboard, Wolfsburg ended their unbeaten start to the season after Andrej Kramaric scored the equalizing goal at the end of the first half to ignite the second-half comeback for Hoffenheim.
After four straight wins to start their season, Wolfsburg has now gone successive league games without a win. For Hoffenheim, it was their first victory since the opening round of the season.


Denis Zakaria’s goal in the first half lead Monchengladbach to their second victory of the new season and Dortmund’s second defeat. Dortmund went down a goal in the 37th minute and down a man in the 40th minute after Mahmoud Dahoud picked up a second yellow card.


Freiburg stayed unbeaten after picking up their third win from six.

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 7 goals
Erling Haaland (Dortmund) – 7 goals

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