Bundesliga Roundup: Bayern And RB Leipzig Win, Dortmund Drop Points

Sartuday’s Bundesliga Roundup

Bayern Munich 2-1 Mainz

At the Allianz Arena on Saturday, Bayern Munich came from behind to beat Mainz 05 2-1 and go six points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table.

Karim Onisiwo gave Mainz the lead before halftime. Kingsley Coman scored for Bayern in the second half, and they came back to win the game.

Jamal Musiala scored the winner late on as the champions piled up five victories in succession on all fronts.

Hertha Berlin 2-0 Arminia Bielefeld

Hertha Berlin won 2-0 over Arminia Bielefeld at the Olympiastadion in Berlin to end a five-match streak of not winning a game in the league.

Stevan Jovetic scored the first goal minutes into the second half, and Davie Selke came on as a substitute to make sure the game went to extra time.

Although the win did not improve the host’s position on the table, it did leave Arminia in the dreaded bottom two.

VfL Bochum 1-1 Borussia Dortmund

They couldn’t close the gap on the leaders after a 1-1 draw with VfL Bochum at the Vonovia Ruhrstadion.

Sebastian Polter scored a penalty after the first half to break the deadlock. Julian Brandt scored the equalizer just before the end.

Dortmund remains second in the league despite the draw, leaving the hosts tenth.

SC Freiburg 1-2 TSG Hoffenheim

TSG Hoffenheim won their fifth game in a row after beating SC Freiburg 2-1. They also kept up their fight for a place in the top four.

Hoffenheim made their intentions clear right away through David Raum, but later in the first half, Nico Schlotterbeck came back to wipe out the visitors’ lead.

A few minutes after halftime, Freiburg had a chance to make it two with a penalty from Vincenzo Grifo, but he missed, leaving Chris Richards to score in the dying minutes and win the game for Freiburg.

Vfl Wolfsburg 0-2 VfB Stuttgart

It was VfB Stuttgart’s 2-0 win at the Volkswagen Arena that ended Vfl Wolfsburg’s chances of making the top six.

As Konstantinos Mavropanos and Philipp Forster scored in each half, Stuttgart’s fight to stay above the relegation zone got a little better.

RB Leipzig 4-1 Borussia Monchengladbach

Following their win over Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League group stages on Wednesday, RB Leipzig beat Borussia Monchengladbach 4-1 to move on to the next round.

In the first few minutes, Josko Gvardiol and Andre Silva got the host off to a bad start. Christopher Nkunku and Benjamin Henrichs scored in the last two minutes to make sure the game was over for the hosts.

In the end, Ramy Bensebaini was not able to help Monchengladbach get back into the game with a goal, but they did try.

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