Bundesliga: Bayern Munich Won – Borussia Dortmund Held | Week 18

The defending German champions and current league leaders, Bayern Munich, remain on first place but RB Leipzig keep putting pressure on Carlo Ancelotti’s side. Borussia Dortmund dropped points again.


SCHALKE 04 0, EINTRACHT FRANKFURT 1
Markus Weinzierl’s Schalke 04 suffered a narrow but bitter defeat to the underdogs Eintracht Frankfurt after Alexander Meier scoring the only goal of the match.

DARMSTADT 1, FC COLOGNE 6
FC Cologne run riot at Darmstadt, crushing the struggling side with six goals to one.

INGOLSTADT 3, HAMBURGER SV 1
Sweden international, Albin Ekdal, did not feature in this match due to a suspension for receiving a red card in their previous match but Hamburger SV’s bad form continues with another defeat.

RB LEIPZIG 2, HOFFENHEIM 1
Narrow win for the newcomers, RB Leipzig, at home that keeps them in touch with the current German league leaders, Bayern Munich.

WERDER BREMEN 1, BAYERN MUNICH 2
Arjen Robben and David Alaba on the scoresheet for Carlo Ancelotti’s Bayern Munich, who grabbed all the three points.

WOLFSBURG 1, AUGSBURG 2
A narrow victory for FC Augsburg with two-one over VfL Wolfsburg in their own backyard.

BAYER LEVERKUSEN 2, MÖNCHENGLADBACH 3
Borussia Mönchengladbach mounted an impressive comeback from being two-nil down to win the match three-two at Bayern Leverkusen.

FREIBURG 2, HERTHA BERLIN 1
Narrow but sweet victory for Freiburg after goals scored by Janik Haberer and Nils Petersen in front of their own fans.

MAINZ 05 1, BORUSSIA DORTMUND 1
Mainz’s Danny Latza’s late goal cancelled Marcos Reus’ goal and denied Thomas Tuchel’s Borussia Dortmund three important points at home.

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