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German Bundesliga – Round 23

 

Top Four

1. Bayern Munich
2. RB Leipzig
3. Borussia Dortmund
4. Hoffenheim

 

Bottom Four

15. Wolfsburg
16. Hamburger SV
17. Ingolstadt
18. Darmstadt

 

 

March 3, 2017

Augsburg                 2-2                  RB Leipzig

Konstantinos Stafylidis 19’                              Timo Werner 25’
Martin Hinteregger 60’                                     Marvin Compper 52’

 

RB Leipzig was denied the chance to keep up pace with Bayern Munich at the top of the league standing when Martin Hinteregger scored a second equalizer for Augsburg to get a home point.

 

March 4, 2017

Borussia Dortmund         6-2           Bayer Leverkusen

Ousmane Dembele 6’                                          Kevin Volland 48’
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 26’ 69’               Wendell 74’
Christian Pulisic 77’
Andre Schurrle 85’
Raphael Guerreiro 90’+2’

Borussia Dortmund v Bayer 04 Leverkusen - Bundesliga : News Photo

Bayer Leverkusen tried to make things interesting in the second half when they cut Dortmund’s two-goal lead in half on two occasions.

But after 3-2, Dortmund widened the gap to finish with an important victory to keep them firm in third place for another round.  

 

Mainz 05                  1-1              Wolfsburg

Jhon Córdoba 24’                                     Mario Gómez 20’

 

Wolfsburg didn’t do enough to get the win but did enough to avoid a third consecutive league defeat. A point is good enough to keep Wolfsburg out of the drop zone. For another round.

 

FC Koln            0-3              Bayern Munich

                                                             Javier Martinez 25’
                                                             Juan Bernat 48’
                                                             Franck Ribery 90’

FBL-GER-BUNDESLIGA-COLOGNE-MUNICH : News Photo

 

Bayern is not slipping at the top of the league standings.  

FC Koln was lucky to leave Allianz Arena with a point but in their own backyard, they couldn’t stop Bayern from slapping them with a defeat.

 

Werder Bremen           2-0           Darmstadt

Max Kruse 75’(pen) 90’+2’

Werder Bremen v SV Darmstadt 98 - Bundesliga : News Photo

Another defeat for bottom table Darmstadt after Max Kruse scored a brace for Werder Bremen to get a third consecutive league victory.

 

Hoffenheim              5-2              Ingolstadt

Sebastian Rudy 17’                                        Almog Cohen 38’
Adam Szalai 62’ 79’                                       Niklas Sule 60’(o.g)
Andrej Kramaric 77’
Benjamin Hubner 88’

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim v FC Ingolstadt 04 - Bundesliga : News Photo

Upset denied.

After an own goal put them a goal behind against Ingolstadt, Hoffenheim had to regain their lead to avoid a defeat at home.

Four goals scored in the second half was exactly what Hoffenheim needed to exercise their dominance over relegation-zoned Ingolstadt.

 

Borussia Monchengladbach       4-2        Schalke 04

Fabian Johnson 28’ 64’                                                      Nabil Bentaleb 38’
Oscar Wendt 67’                                                                   Leon Goretzka 82’
Raffael 76’

Borussia Moenchengladbach v FC Schalke 04 - Bundesliga : News Photo

It was four straight league matches without a victory for Schalke after a defeat away against Monchengladbach.

Monchengladbach enjoys three straight league wins with this result.

 

March 5, 2017

Eintracht Frankfurt           1-2          Freiburg

Branimir Hrgota 11’                                           Florian Niederlechner 25’ 59’

Eintracht Frankfurt v SC Freiburg - Bundesliga : News Photo

Freiburg got an away victory over Eintracht Frankfurt to cut the gap between the two teams down to two points.  

Florian Niederlechner scored two goals for Freiburg to come from a goal down and get an away victory over Frankfurt.

 

Hamburger SV                     1-0                 Hertha Berlin

Albin Ekdal 77’

Hamburger SV v Hertha BSC - Bundesliga : News Photo

Even though they remained in the relegation play-off place in the league table, Hamburger SV did just enough to get a victory at home over a Hertha Berlin team that is hopeful of finishing in a position that will qualify them for a European competition.

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