The top 7 teams kept their position in the standings, but only the first 5 picked up wins from the round.
Bayern Munich maintained their 7 point lead after winning the opening match of the round.
Leipzig kept Schalke at the bottom of the league table.
Mainz win against Union Berlin pushes Schalke further away from leaving the bottom of the league standings.
Despite a Bayern win, Robert Lewandowski was not on the score sheet.
None of the top three scorers coming into the round found a goal to add to their tally.
Wout Weghorst scored the winning goal in Wolfsburg’s win at Augsburg. Weghorst’s goal placed him joint-third in the list of goalscorers.
Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 24 goals
Andre Silva (Frankfurt) – 17 goals
Erling Braut Haaland (Dortmund) – 14 goals
Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg) – 14 goals
Andrej kramaric (Hoffenheim) – 13 goals
HERTHA BERLIN 0-1 BAYERN MUNICH
Goal Scorers – Hertha Berlin – Kingsley Coma 21′
AUGSBURG 0-2 WOLFSBURG
Goal Scorers – Wolfsburg – Wout Weghorst 38′ Bote Baku 59′
LEVERKUSEN 5-2 STUTTGART
Goal Scorers – Leverkusen – Kerem Bemirbay 18′ 31′ Leon Bailey 56′ Florian Writz 68′ Demarai Gray 84′
Goal Scorers – Stuttgart – Sasa Kalajdzic 50′ 77′
FREIBURG 2-1 DORTMUND
Goal Scorers – Freiburg – Woo-Yeong 49′ Jonathan Schmid 52′
Goal Scorers – Dortmund – Youssoufa Moukoko 76′
MAINZ 1-0 UNION BERLIN
Goal Scorers – Mainz – Moussa Niakhate 22′(pen)
SCHALKE 0-3 RB LEIPZIG
Goal Scorers – RB Leipzig – Nordi Mukiele 45+3′ Marcel Sabitzer 73′ Willi Orban 87′
MONCHENGLADBACH 1-2 FRANKFURT
Goal Scorers – Monchengladbach – Florian Neuhaus 16′
Goal Scorers – Frankfurt – Elvis Rexhbecaj 3′ 56′
HOFFENHEIM 1-3 WERDER BREMEN
Goal Scorers – Ihlas Bebou 47′
Goal Scorers – Filip Kostic 15′ Evan N’Duka 62’Andre Silva 64′
ARMINIA BIELEFELD (postponed) WERDER BREMEN
Kingley Coman’s shot was helped by def;ection to get Bayern Munich the only goal of the match for a win away against Hertha Berlin.
Wout Wghorst was on the scoresheet once again to help lead Wolfsburg to seal their 4th straight win in the league with a 2-0 win at Augsburg.
Demarai Gray’s debut at Leverkusen was marked with a goal. Gray scored the last goal for Leverkusen to cap off a 5-2 win at Stuttgart. Kerem Dmirbay scored the opening two goals of the match to send Leverkusen to the break with a 2-0 lead. The lead was technically cancelled out by Sasa Kalajdzic’s two goals for Stuttgart.
Youssofo Moukoko came in at the hour mark and scored to half the deficit, but it couldn’t get Dortmund to avoid suffering a 2-1 defeat at Freiburg. The result meant Dortmund have a single win in their last 5 league games (3 defeats), while Freiburg got 2 points away from equalling Dortmund’s point tally in the standings.
Moussa Niahate converted from the penalty spot to get Mainz the three points at home against Union Berlin. It’s now 4 games without a win for Union Berlin (3 defeats and a draw).
RB Leipzig got the win at Schalke to keep up in the title race. A late goal in the opening half and two more in the final 20 minutes handed RB Leipzig a 3-0 win.
Elvis Rexhbecaj gave FC Koln an early lead; which he had to restore in the second half, for FC Koln to leave with a 2-1 win against Monchengladbach.
Frankfurt completed a league double on Hoffenheim to keep 4th spot in the league.