Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund wins and leads the table

Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund wins and leads the table

Borussia Dortmund fought for a victory at FC Augsburg and thus replaced Bayern at the top of the table. A 2-0 lead is not enough for Bayer Leverkusen to win.

The pros from Borussia Dortmund jumped triumphantly arm in arm in front of their own fans and the fans celebrated as if BVB had already won the Bundesliga title. “German champions, only BVB,” echoed the guest block after the trend-setting 3-0 (0-0) win at FC Augsburg on Sunday. The black and yellow go into the season finale as the favorite for the title with a two-point lead over FC Bayern and have one hand on the championship trophy. BVB is still missing a win to break Munich’s dominance after ten titles in a row.

“We have taken a huge step, the euphoria will be huge now. We need another 90 minutes in our stadium. Now we can’t let that take us anymore,” said Dortmund’s sports director Sebastian Kehl at DAZN and added: “We have them Favor used but it wasn’t easy here. We’ll take that momentum with us now, but it’s not decided yet.”

Borussia Dortmund with three goals

One day after the German soccer record champions from Munich lost 3-1 against Leipzig, BVB won after a good 50 minutes with a majority at FCA, who were threatened with relegation. Sébastien Haller (58th and 84th minute) and Julian Brandt (90+3) scored the redeeming goals for BVB. “It’s one of those days when everything works for you. It’s wonderful,” Haller said.

With a home win against Mainz on Saturday, Borussia can complete the ninth German championship in the club’s history. “We’re pleased that we’re in this situation. But we’re not done yet, we want to take this one step,” said BVB coach Edin Terzic: “We’re closer than we’ve been in a long time.” Munich will then play in Cologne on Saturday. Augsburg must continue to tremble for relegation. The advantage over the relegation place is two points.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen – Borussia Monchengladbach

At noon there were rumors that coach Daniel Farke had decided to leave, in the evening a successful comeback thanks to two bizarre goal gifts: Borussia Mönchengladbach ended a turbulent week with a point in the Rhenish duel at Bayer Leverkusen that was no longer considered possible. Whether the 2: 2 after 0: 2 deficit will help Farke to keep his job beyond the end of the season seems questionable. In any case, Gladbach will end the season in a double-digit place in the table.

Three days after the bitter semi-finals in the Europa League, Leverkusen have to worry about qualifying for an international competition again, but they have it in their own hands at the season finale. Amine Adli (15th) and Kerem Demirbay (20th) gave Bayer a 2-0 lead. But national team players Jonas Hofmann (58′) and Lars Stindl (90′) used two complete dropouts for Leverkusen in front of 30,210 spectators to win a point. In the fifth minute of added time, Leverkusen’s Piero Hincapié saw red after a hard foul on Julian Weigl.

FSV Mainz 05 vs VfB Stuttgart

Serhou Guirassy remains the life insurance policy for VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga relegation battle. Also thanks to the attacker’s eleventh goal of the season, the Swabians won 4-1 (1-1) at FSV Mainz 05 on Sunday and left the relegation zone one game before the end of the season. Before Guirassy’s goal to make it 2-1 (64th minute), Marcus Ingvartsen put the hosts ahead (23′) before VfB captain Wataru Endo (41′) managed to equalize. In the closing stages, substitute Chris Führich (78′) and Tanguy Coulibaly (90’+1) made everything clear.

However, VfB is still threatened with the third relegation within seven years. Before the last matchday, on which Stuttgart will play at home against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on Saturday (3.30 p.m. / Sky), the lead in the table is 15. only one point on a direct relegation zone. Nevertheless, the away win in Mainz raises hopes that Stuttgart coach Sebastian Hoeneß can make his rescue mission a success.

Source: Stern

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