Bundesliga: Bayern Munich Held At Leverkusen – Darmstadt Stunned Schalke 04 | Week 29

The defending German champions and current league leaders Bayern Munich were held by Bayer Leverkusen away from home. Eight goals were scored as Hoffenheim crushed Borussia Mönchengladbach at home. Struggling Darmstadt stunned favourites Schalke 04 with a narrow win. Read about the interesting results produced from Matchweek 29 of the 2016/2017 Fußball-Bundesliga.


BORUSSIA DORTMUND 3, EINTRACHT FRANKFURT 1
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the winning goal for Thomas Tuchel’s Borussia Dortmund who grabbed three vital points in their hunt for a UEFA Champions League spot. They defeated Eintracht Frankfurt convincingly with three goals to one at Westfalenstadion.

RB LEIPZIG 4, FREIBURG 1
Sweden international Emil Forsberg continues to shine in Bundesliga after he provided an assist for RB Leipzig’s opening goal and are holding a firm grip of the second place that eventually could be leading them for their first UEFA Champions League appearance ever.

HOFFENHEIM 5, MÖNCHENGLADBACH 3
Hungary international Adam Szalai scored twice as Hoffenheim crushed Mönchengladbach in a match that produced eight goals. Mönchengladbach’s Mahmoud Dahoud also shone with a goal and an assist for his side.

WOLFSBURG 3, INGOLSTADT 0
Former Arsenal academy manager Andries Jonker saw his Wolfsburg crush struggling Ingolstadt at home with three goals to nothing.

DARMSTADT 2, SCHALKE 04 1
Jerome Gondorf scored a last-minute winning goal, which handed struggling and underdogs Darmstadt three sweet points against ten-men Schalke 04 at home.

OTHER RESULTS
Augsburg 2, FC Cologne 1
Mainz 05 1, Hertha Berlin 0
Leverkusen 0, Bayern Munich 0
Werder Bremen 2, Hamburger SV 1

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