Domestic Leagues

Union Berlin’s lead in the Bundesliga title race grew by a point. Bayern fell flat.


Sept. 16.
Mainz 1-1 Hertha Berlin

Sept. 17.
Leverkusen 1-1 Werder Bremen
Dortmund 1-0 Schalke
Augsburg 1-0 Bayern Munich
Stuttgart 1-3 Frankfurt
Monchengladbach 3-0 RB Leipzig

Sept. 18.
Union Berlin 2-0 Wolfsburg
Bochum 1-1 FC Koln
Hoffenheim 0-0 Freiburg

Union Berlin’s lead at the top of the table grows by a point.
Dortmund moved up three positions to 2nd with a Revierderby win, while Freiburg dropped a position down to third after a goalless draw with Hoffenheim.
Hoffenheim kept 4th place.
Bayern Munich dropped out of the ‘top 4’ after a defeat at Augsburg.
Bochum picked up their first point of the season.


1| Union Berlin – 17 points
2| Borussia Dortmund – 15 points
3| Freiburg – 14 points
4| Hoffenheim – 13 points
5| Bayern Munich – 12 points
6| Monchengladbach – 12 points
7| Eintracht Frankfurt – 11 points
8| Mainz – 11 points
9| FC Koln – 10 points
10| Werder Bremen – 1 points
11| Augsburg – 1 points
12| RB Leipzig – 1 points
13| Hertha Berlin – 1 points
14| Schalke – 1 points
15| Leverkusen – 1 points
16| Stuttgart – 1 points
17| Wolfsburg – 1 points
18| Bochum – 1 points

Anthony Caci’s goal in the 4th minute of the final added time to save Mainz from a home defeat to Hertha Berlin after Lucas Tousart opened the scoring in the 30th minute.

After dropping three points in their last three league games, Bayern Munich dropped three points in one game when Mergim Berisha scored the only goal of the match in the 59th minute to get Augsburg a 1-0 win at Bayern Munich’s expense.

Aug. 27: DRAW – Bayern Munich 1-1 Monchengladbach
Sept. 3: DRAW – Union Berlin 1-1 Bayern Munich
Sept. 10: DRAW – Bayern Munich 2-2 Stuttgart
Sept. 17: LOSS – Augsburg 1-0 Bayern Munich

Youssoufa Moukoko scored the only goal of the game in the 79th minute to get Dortmund another Reveirderby win against Schalke.
Marco Reus going out of the game in the 32nd minute due to injury will be the sour part of the match for Dortmund.

Stuttgart remains without a league win after a 3-1 home defeat against Frankfurt.
Stuttgart followed a draw in Munich (against Bayern) with a defeat at home to a Frankfurt side that was coming to this game from a 1-0 home (to Wolfsburg) in their recent league game.

Milos Veljkovic’s 82nd-minute equalizing goal gave Werder Bremen a 1-1 draw to restore a 4-point gap in the league on Leverkusen.

RB Leipzig brought back the doubts after a 3-0 defeat against Monchengladbach to follow their 2-0 Champions League defeat to Real Madrid. Just in case you thought managerial change had made them turn the corner after their 4-1 win against Dortmund in the last round.
Jonas Hofmann’s first-half brace laid the foundation for Monchengladbach to win their first game in four matches with this victory against RB Leipzig.
There is still lots of work to be done to get RB Leipzig back on track to their preseason expectation.

Sheraldo Becker assisted the winning goal and scored the insurance goal for Union Berlin to hold on to the top spot with a 2-0 home win against Wolfsburg.

Linyon Maina’s goal in the 88th minute saved FC Koln a point in Bochum through a 1-1 draw.

A point remains between Freiburg and Hoffenheim after sharing the points in a goalless draw.

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