There wasn’t a positional change in the top four since Leverkusen and Hoffenheim couldn’t give us a winner.
The top two teams picked up wins to take three points.
Bayern took the three points from a 5-0 win in Stuttgart while Dortmund beat bottom-tabled Greuther Furth.
Arminia Bielefeld got a win to leave Greuther Furth as the only team without multiple wins.
The bottom three stayed as they were with Augsburg also getting a popint from RB Leipzig.
Stuttgart 0-5 Bayern Munich
Arminia Bielefeld 2-0 Bochum
Mainz 4-0 Hertha Berlin
Wolfsburg 2-3 FC Koln
Monchengladbach 2-3 Frankfurt
Augsburg 1-1 RB Leipzig
Leverkusen 2-2 Hoffenheim
Dortmund 3-0 Greuther Furth
Union Berlin 0-0 Freiburg
1. Bayern Munich – 40 points
2. Borussia Dortmund – 34 points
3. Bayer Leverkusen – 28 points
4. Hoffenheim – 27 points
5. Freiburg – 26 points
6. Mainz – 24 points
7. Frenkfurt – 24 points
8. Union Berlin – 24 points
9. RB Leipzig – 22 points
10. FC Koln – 22 points
11. Wolfsburg – 20 points
12. Bochum – 20 points
13. Monchengladbach – 18 points
14. Hertha Berlin – 18 points
15. Stuttgart – 17 points
16. Augsburg – 17 points
17. Arminia Bielefeld – 13 points
18. Greuther Fürth – 4 points
LEADING GOAL SCORERS
1| Rober Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 18 goals
2| Patrik Schick (Leverkusen) – 16 goals
3| Erlind Haaland (Dortmund) – 13 goals
4| Anthony Modeste (FC Koln) – 10 goals
STUTTGART 0-5 BAYERN MUNICH
A Serge Gnarbry hattrick and a brace from Lewandowski got Bayern the three points in Stuttgart.
Stuttgart had their chances to get on the scoreboard but were far from clinical in front of goal.
ARMINIA BIELEFELD 2-0 BOCHUM
Arminia Bielefeld scored two at home to win their second match of the season. The result was Bochum’s first defeat in four matches.
MAINZ 4-0 HERTHA BERLIN
Mainz responded to their defeat against Bayern Munich.
A win against a Hertha Berlin
WOLFSBURG 2-3 FC KOLN
Wolfsburg blew it in the end.
Anthony Modeste scored two goals as FC Koh came from a goal down on two occasions to get the win at Wolfsburg.
Modeste second goal won the match in the 89th minute, sending a 4- game losing streak in the league; and 6 in all competitions.
MONCHENGLADBACH 2-3 FRANKFURT
Monchengladbach lost their lead on two occasions to end up with a defeat at home; making it four defeats in a row.
Monchenglabach has conceded 3 or more goals in each of their last four matches.
On the other end, it was back-to-back league wins for Frankfurt: from a 5-2 win against Leverkusen to a win here.
AUGSBURG 1-1 RB LEIPZIG
Daniel Caligiuri scored the equalizing goal in the 86th minute to deny RB Leipzig a successive victory in the league.
LEVERKUSEN 2- 2 HOFFENHEIM
Patrik Schick added two more goals to his tally but it was only good enough for a point against Hoffenheim.
When it seemed like Leverkusen had found a win to help amend their defeat against Frankfurt, they conceded twice in the final 10 minutes of the regulation time.
Two points dropped
DORTMUND 3- 0 GREUTHER FURTH
Donyell Molen entered the match in the 75th minute and added a goal to Haaland’s brace.
It took a game after their first win of the season for Greuther Furth to get back to a defeat.
UNION BERLIN 0-0 FREIBURG
The best Union Berlin and Freiburg could do after their defeats in the previous round was to split the points in a goalless draw