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Robert Lewandowski dopped 4 goals in a match to save Bayern Munich. The heavyweights bounce back in the Bundesliga.

RB Liepzig moved to the top of the league after a 4-0 win against Schalke.
A point was enough to keep Augsburg in second place.
Frankfurt equals the highest point accumulated by any team in the league so far, while knocking Hoffenheim of the perch.
Bayern Munich re-joins the top 4.


FC Koln, Mainz, and Schalke remain winless and pointless in the legue.

Leading scorers.
Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim) – 6 goals
Robert Lewandowski (Bayer Munich) – 5 goals
Erling Braut Haaland (Dortmund) – 4 goals

 

Union Berlin 4-0 Mainz
Goal Scorers – Union Berlin – Max Kruse 13′ Marcus Ingvartsen 49′ Marvin Friedrich 63′ Joel Pohjanpalo 64′

FC Koln 1-3 Monchengladbach
Goal Scorers – FC Koln – Elvis Rexhbecaj 84′
Goal Scorers – Monchengladbach – Alassane Plea 14′ Stefan Lainer 16′ Lars Stindl 56′(pen)

Dortmund 4-0 Freiburg
Goal Scorers – Dortmund – Erlin Braut Haaland 31′ 66′ Emre Can 47′ Felix Passlack 90+3′

Frankfurt 2-1 Hoffenheim
Goal Scorers – Frankfurt -Daichi Kamada 54′ Bas Dost 71′
Goal Scorers – Hoffenheim – Andrej Kramaric 18′

Stuttgart 1-1 Leverkusen
Goal Scorers – Stuttgart – Sasa Kalajdzic 76′
Goal Scorers – Leverkusen – Patrick Schick 7′


Werder Bremen 1-0 Arminia Bielefeld
Goal Scorers – Werder Bremen – Leonardo Bittencourt 27′

RB Leipzig 4-0 Schalke
Goal Scorers – RB Leipzig – Can Bozdogan 31′(og) Angelino 35′ Willi Orban 45+2′ Marcel Halstenberg 80′(pen)

Wolfsburg 0-0 Augsburg

Bayern Munich 4-3 Hertha Berlin
Goal Scorers – Bayern Munich – Robert Lewandowski 40′ 51′ 85′ 90+3′
Goal Scorers – Hertha Berlin – Jhon Cordoba 59′ Matheus Cunha 71′ Jessic Ngankam 88′

 

 

 

Three goals in the second half was added to Max Kruse’s first half winning goal for Union Berlin to pick up a win after the points dropped against Monchengladbach in the last round. For Mainz, its three defeats in three games.


Monchengladbach bounced back from the points dropped against Union Berlin with a 3-1 win in Cologne. FC Koln have lost their opening three matches of the season.

Erling Braut Haaland scored two goals as Borussia Dortmund got a 4-0 victory against Freiburg to bounce back from defeat in the last round.

AndrejKramaric scored again; but Hoffenheim ended up failing to keep the lead. Eintracht Frankfurt avoided a home defeat after getting two second-half goals to come from behind to beat Hoffenheim. Bas Dost scored the winning goal in the 71st-minute. Frankfurt stays unbeaten.

The points were shared between Stuttgart and Leverkusen. Sasa Kalajdzic scored the equalizing goal for Stuttgart in the 76th-minute; making Leverkusen start their season with three consecutive draws.

Leonardo Bittencourt scored the only goal of the match for Werder Bremen to escape with a home win against newly-promoted Arminia Bielefeld. Back to back wins for Werder Bremen and a first league defeat for Arminia Bielefeld.

Schalke are now 3 defeats from 3 matches, scoring 1 goal and conceding 15. After going up 3 goals in the opening half, there was little doubt that RB Leipzig was going to pick up three points against Schalke. It finished 4-0.

Augsburg dropped their first set of points in the league after holding on at Wolfsburg to pick up a point from a goalless draw. Wolfsburg have drawn all their matches.

Robert Lewandowski 4-0 Hertha Berlin. Lewandowski scored 4 goals for Bayern Munich to narrowly escape with 3 points at home against Hertha Berlin. Both teams came into the match to avoid making it a consecutive league match of dropping points. Bayern wanted to make up for their shocking defeat against
Hoffenheim, while Hertha wanted to amend for their defeat against Frankfurt. Many expected a Bayern victory, but not many would have thought it was going to be this close of a match. Robert Lewandowski converted a late penalty in the additional minutes to give Bayern the three points through a 4-3 home victory.

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