German Bundesliga

The German Bundesliga after Round 15

 

THE TOP TEAMS WERE BEATEN, BUT KEPT THEIR PLACE AS TOP TWO

GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

There wasn’t a positional change in the ‘top 7’; with Dortmund and Monchengladbach being the only winners in the 7. Dortmund and Monchengladbach wins came against the top two teams.
The top two teams did make any gains in point(s) but kept their position.
Third place Leverkusen added a point to their tally.
Dortmund narrowed the gap between themselves and Leverkusen to a point.
Union Berlin and Wolfsburg stayed even after playing out a draw.
Monchengladbach used a win against Bayern Munich to move a point out of the top 6.

In the relegation zone.
Schalke moved from the bottom of the league table after sealing their first league victory of the season.
Mainz replaced Schalke at the bottom.
Armina Bielefeld’s win in the final match of the round allowed them to move out of the bottom three.
FC Koln fell a point down to complete the bottom three teams in the standings.

 

 

Leading goalscorers
Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 20 goals
Erling Braut Haaland (Dortmund) – 12 goals
Andre Silva (Frankfurt) – 11 goals
Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg) – 10 goals

 

MONCHENGLADBACH 3-2 BAYERN MUNICH
Goal Scorers – Monchengladbach – Jonas Hofmann 36′ 45+2′ Florian Neuhaus 49′
Goal Scorers – Bayern Munich – Robert Lewandowski 20′(pen) Leon Goretzka 26′

LEVERKUSEN 1-1 WERDER BREMEN
Goal Scorers – Leverkusen – Patrik Schick 70′
Goal Scorers – Werder Bremen – Omer Toprak 52′

FREIBURG 5-0 FC KOLN
Goal Scorers – Freiburg – Ermedin Demirovic 18′ Nicolas Hofler 39′ Roland Sallai 59′ Philipp Lienhart 69′ Lucas Holer 79′

MAINZ 0-2 FRANKFURT
Goal Scorers – Frankfurt – Andre Silva 24′(pen) 72′(pen)

SCHALKE 4-0 HOFFENHEIM
Goal Scorers – Schalke – Matthew Hoppe 42′ 57′ 63′ Amine Harit 80′

 

UNION BERLIN 2-2 WOLFSBURG
Goal Scorers – Union Berlin – Sheraldo Becker 29′ Robert Andrich 52′
Goal Scorers – Wolfsburg – Renato Steffen 10′ Wout Weghorst 65′(pen)

RB LEIPZIG 1-3 DORTMUND
Goal Scorers – RB Leipzig – Alexander Serloth 90′
Goal Scorers – Dortmund – Jadon Sancho 55′ Erling Braut Haaland 71′ 84′

AUGSBURG 1-4 STUTTGART
Goal Scorers – Augsburg – Marco Richter 46′
Goal Scorers – Stuttgart – Nicolas Gonzalez 10′(pen) Silas Wamangitka 29′ Gonzalo Castro 61′ Daniel Didavi 87′

ARMINIA BIELEFELD 1-0 HERTHA BERLIN
Goal Scorers – Arminia Bielefeld – Reinhold Yabo 64′

 

 

A consecutive league victory for Monchengladbach after 4 games without.
Robert Lewandowski scored his 20th goal of the season, but Bayern Munich managed to blow a 2-goal lead to suffer their second league defeat of the season; and their second against Monchengladbach (under Hans Flick). Florian Nehaus redeemed himself by scoring the game winning goal for Monchengladbach after his silly handball foul in the penalty box led to the penalty that allowed Robert Lewandowski to open the scoring for the game with his 20th league goal of the season.

 

 

Patrik Schick scored in the 70th-minute to save Leverkusen from a home defeat; and secure a point
against Werder Bremen.

(3 defeats and a draw). It was 4 league games without a win for FC Koln after five different scorers gave Frieburg a win against Freiburg. Two in the opening half and the rest in the closing half. It was Freiburg’s 5th straight league win after a stretch of 9 games without one.

Three straight wins for Frankfurt after 9 games without.
Andre Silva scored a brace from the penalty spot to give Eintracht Frankfurt a win at Mainz.

It took 31 attempts but Schalke finally picked up a league win while putting in that ’04’.
Schalke picked up their first three points of the season from a 4-0 home win over Hoffenheim. Amine Harit assisted three and scored the final goal of the game. All three of Harit’s assists went to Matthew Hoppe. Hoppe became the first American to score a Bundesliga hat-trick. He did so on a night he scored his debut goal.

A 10-man Wolfsburg side picked a win at Berlin. It finished a 2-2 draw between Union Berlin and Wolfsburg.

Borussia Dortmund got the win to stay 3 points clear in the top 4, while saving Bayern from losing out on top spot. Eling Braut Haaland added two goals to Jadon Sancho’s opening goal of the game to seal the win for Dortmund at Leipzig.

Stuttgart were 3-1 up before Augsburg were reduced to 10 men.

Arminia Bielefeld picked up a narrow 1-0 win in an evenly contested game against Hertha Berlin.

 

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