Bundesliga: RB Leipzig And Dortmund Won – Bayern Munich Held | Week 21

Thomas Tuchel’s Borussia Dortmund scored three goals against Wolfsburg. Former Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry scored for his Werder Bremen. Sweden international Emil Forsberg scored a goal and provided an assist in RB Leipzig’s win. Here you can read the outcome of Week 21 of the 2016/2017 Bundesliga.


AUGSBURG 1, LEVERKUSEN 3
Karim Bellarabi wrote himself into the Bundesliga history as he scored Bundesliga’s 50,000th goal as Bayer Leverkusen defeated Augsburg in their own backyard.

BORUSSIA DORTMUND 3, WOLFSBURG 0
The German giants Thomas Tuchel’s Borussia Dortmund outplayed Wolfsburg at the Westfalenstadion by winning three goals to nothing.

EINTRACHT FRANKFURT 0, INGOLSTADT 2
It was a match with huge intensity that produced four yellow cards and two red cards as struggling Ingolstadt grabbed three important points in Frankfurt.

HERTHA BERLIN 1, BAYERN MUNICH 1
The defending German champions Bayern Munich saved by Robert Lewandowski’s late goal, saving his side one point at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin.

MAINZ 05 0, WERDER BREMEN 2
Former Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry was on the scoresheet for his Werder Bremen, who defeated Mainz 05 in their own backyard with two goals to nothing.

HAMBURGER SV 2, FREIBURG 2
Sweden international Albin Ekdal played only ten minutes as he was substituted on in the 83rd minute, replacing Walace, in a match that ended in a four-goal draw.

MÖNCHENGLADBACH 1, RB LEIPZIG 2
Big and important win for RB Leipzig at Borussia Mönchengladbach – Sweden international Emil Forsberg shone in this match with a goal and an assist.

FC COLOGNE 1, SCHALKE 04 1
Anthony Modeste scored the equaliser for his FC Cologne as favourites Schalke 04 were held in a two-goal draw in Cologne.

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