Bayern and Dortmund ensure against Bochum and Bremen, Freiburg overthrows Stuttgart


The 20th day of the Bundesliga continued this Saturday with a particularly enticing multiplex. Bayern received Bochum to consolidate its place on the throne of the German championship. Dominating, the Bavarians obtained many chances before finding the fault through Thomas Müller (41st). Kingsley Coman and Serge Gnabry on penalties completed Munich’s victory in the second period (64th and 74th). For its part, Dortmund went to Bremen to face Werder. In a fairly balanced encounter, Jamie Bynoe-Gittens scored the first goal of the game just a minute after coming into play (67th) then Julian Brandt finished the job (85th).

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In the other confrontations of this multiplex, Freiburg was surprised by Stuttgart and Chris Führich on his lawn in the first period (30th). Nevertheless, the locals reacted quickly after the break and completely reversed the situation thanks to a double from Vincenzo Grifo on penalty (60th and 84th). Finally, Bayer Leverkusen made it easier against Hoffenheim after three goals from Robert Andrich (6th), Moussa Diaby (46th) and Adam Hlozek (56th) despite Stanley Nsoki’s score reduction at the end of the game (77th). Mainz won by the same score at home against Augsburg. In the standings, Bayern consolidates its leading position while Dortmund takes the place of the Union while waiting for its match against Leipzig at 6:30 p.m.

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The full results of this multiplex:

  • Bayern Munich 3-0 Bochum: Müller (41st), Coman (64th), Ganbry (74th)

  • Werder Bremen 0-2 Dortmund : Bynoe-Gittens (67th), Brandt (85th)

  • Freiburg 2-1 Stuttgart: Grifo (60th sp and 84th sp) / Führich (30th)

  • Hoffenheim 1-3 Bayer Leverkusen : Nsoki (77th) / Andrich (6th), Diaby, (46th), Hlozek (56th)

  • Mainz 3-1 Augsburg: Lee (21st and 52nd), Onisiwo (24th) / Demirovic (28th sp)

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