As things stand in the GERMAN BUNDESLIGA
Bayern Munich, Wolfsburg, and RB Leipzig remain the unbeaten sides left in the 2019/20 Bundesliga. The league table is still shaping up. As things stand, RB Leipzig is leading the pack into the 6th round of matches.
Robert Lewandowski(Bayern Munich) is leading the race for European Golden Shoe with 9 goals from 5 league matches.
Schalke 2-1 Mainz
Goal Scorers Schalke – Suat Serdar 36′ Amine Harit 89′
Goal Scorers Mainz – Karim Onisiwo 74′
Bayern Munich 4-0 FC Koln
Goal Scorers Bayern Munich – Robert Lewandowski 3′ 48′ Philippe Coutinho 62′(pen) Ivan Perisic 73′
Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Union Berlin
Goal Scorers Bayer Leverkusen – Kevin Volland 20′ Lucas Alario 25′
Hertha Berlin 2-1 Paderborn
Goal Scorers Hertha Berlin – Javairo Dilrosun 10′ Marius Wolf 52′
Goal Scorers Paderborn – Ben Zolinski 54′
Freiburg 1-1 Augsburg
Goal Scorers Freiburg – Lucas Holer 23′
Goal Scorers Augsburg – Florian Niederlechner 39′
Werder Bremen 0-3 RB Leipzig
Goal Scorers RB Leipzig – Willi Orban 13′ Marcel Sabitzer 35′ Marcelo Saracchi 83′
Borussia Monchengladbach 2-1 Fortuna Dusseldorf
Goal Scorers Borussia Monchengladbach – Marcus Thuram 74′ 87′
Goal Scorers Fortuna Dusseldorf – Kasim Adams 6′
Eintracht Frankfurt 2-2 Borussia Dortmund
Goal Scorers Eintracht Frankfurt – Andre Silva 43′ Thomas Delaney 88′ (og)
Goal Scorers Borussia Dortmund – Axel Witsel 11′ Jadon Sancho 66′
Wolfsburg vs Hoffenheim
Goal Scorers Wolfsburg – Admir Mehmedi 36′
Goal Scorers Hoffenheim – Sebastien Rudy 6′
Amine Harit‘s goal in the 89th minute allowed Schalke to kick of the round with a win over Mainz in an evenly contested fixture.
The goals keep coming from Robert Lewandowski. Lewandowski and his Bayern Munich march on to another win after a ‘4-0’ home victory against FC Koln. Philippe Coutinho scored his first goal for the team.
Bayer Leverkusen defeated Union Berlin to bounce back from their shock ‘4-0’ defeat in the last round.
Two first-half goals were enough to get the job done against the newly-promoted side.
Despite playing their hearts out, newly-promoted Paderborn couldn’t crawl back from 2 goals down against Hertha Berlin. Paderborn remains winless at the bottom of the league standings.
Freiburg is held back from keeping up pace with the league leaders after losing their early lead to get a draw against Augsburg.
RB Leipzig stays at the top of the league after a win at Werder Bremen. Two goals in the first-half and another in the second with a numerical disadvantage, after Konrad Laimer accumulated enough card to be sent off.
Marcus Thuram’s goals saw Borussia Monchengladbach avoid defeat at home to Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Borussia Dortmund dropped points at Frankfurt.
And in the final match of the round (played on Monday), Wolfsburg failed to get the win at home that would have allowed them to end the round with equal points as Bayern Munich in the league standings.