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German Bundesliga – Round 27

Top Four
1. Bayern Munich
2. RB Leipzig
3. Hoffenheim
4. Borussia Dortmund
Bottom Four
15. Mainz 05
16. Augsburg
17. Ingolstadt
18. Darmstadt

 

Goals Scored:: 22

German Bundesliga

 

April 4, 2017

Borussia Dortmund         3-0     Hamburger SV

Gonzalo Castro 13’
Shinji Kagawa 81’
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 90’+2’

 

The defeat ended Hamburger SV’s four-match undefeated run.

 

Dortmund bounced back from their draw against Schalke with a home victory over relegation-threatened Hamburger SV.

 

FC Koln         1-0        Eintracht Frankfurt

Milo Jojic 53’

 

FC Koln separated themselves in points accumulated on the league standings after getting a home victory against the run of play over Eintracht Frankfurt.

 

Werder Bremen       3-0       Schalke 04

Gebre Selassie 24’
Max Kruse 76’(pen)
Maximilian Eggestein 80’

Schalke was dropped away by Werder Bremen. Two second half goals gave the home side the win and points to get above Schalke in the league standings.

 

Hoffenheim          1-0      Bayern Munich

Andrej Kramaric 21’

 

Bayern Munich suffered a surprise defeat away against a tactically sound Hoffenheim.  The hope of the chasing pack was increased by a negligible amount after Bayern Munich fell to Hoffenheim.

 

April 5, 2017

Borussia Monchengladbach   1-0   Hertha Berlin

Laszlo Benes 16’

 

Monchengladbach moved four points away from Hertha Berlin in the league standings through a home victory.

 

Mainz 05            2-3         RB Leipzig

Jairo 69’(pen)                   Marcel Sabitzer 48’
Yoshinori Muto 90’+1’      Timo Werner 52’
                                             Naby Keita 81’

 

Naby Keita’s goal ended up being the winning goal that allowed RB Leipzig to get an away victory over Mainz and  take advantage of Bayern Munich’s slip.

 

Wolfsburg           0-1         Freiburg

                                      Florian Niederlechner 78’

 

On the balance of play, Wolfsburg deserved at least a point from this fixture. But it was Freiburg that took all the points in this fixture.

 

Augsburg            2-3        Ingolstadt

Paul Verhaegh 76’(pen)     Sonny Kittel 24’
Halil Altintop 81’               Almog Cohen 35’ 67’

 

In a relegation battle, Almog Cohen scored a brace to contribute to Ingolstadt’s victory that denied Augsburg a chance of escaping the drop zone.  

 

Darmstadt          0-2        Bayer Leverkusen

                                                    Julian Brandt 15’
                                        Kevin Volland 56’

 

Bayer Leverkusen kept Darmstadt at the bottom of the table by handing them a third league defeat in a row.

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