Bayern beat Leipzig and Wolfsburg continues to lead

Lewandowski scored a goal in the first half from a penalty kick (12), and 18-year-old Jamala Musiala added the second goal (47), then Leroy Sane scored a third goal (54), before the Cameroonian substitute Eric Maxime Choupo Motegg concluded the festival with a fourth goal (90 +). 1) In front of 34,000 fans at the Leipzig Arena in the Red Bull Arena.

The hosts reduced the score with a stunning goal by Austrian midfielder Konrad Laimer, who hit the top corner from outside the area (58).

Lewandowski leads the league’s top scorer list, with a goal difference in front of the brilliant Norwegian Arling Haaland, who led his team to Borussia Dortmund to beat Bayer Leverkusen 4-3 by scoring his double.

Bayern Munich consolidated its position in second place with 10 points, two points behind Wolfsburg, who won its fourth successive victory at the expense of the newly arrived Grouter Fürth in the top flight with two clean goals scored by Lukas Nemesha (10) and the Dutchman Fout Vechhorst (90 + 1 penalty).

Halland’s double

In the second summit at the “Bay Arena” in Leverkusen, Haaland led his team, Borussia Dortmund, to a late and valuable victory over its host Bayer 4-3.

The incidents were offensive with distinction between Leverkusen and Dortmund, and they celebrated a festival of goals that amounted to seven. Haaland (37 and 77), Julian Brandt (49), and Portuguese Rafael Guerrero (71) scored the goals of Borussia Dortmund, Florian Virts (9), Czech Patrick Schick (45) and French Moussa Diaby (55) Leverkusen goals.

Borussia Dortmund temporarily grabbed third place with nine points, with a goal difference from Mainz, who beat Hoffenheim with two clean goals, scored by Jonathan Burkhardt (21) and Denmark’s Markus Ingvartsen (77).

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Borussia Dortmund and Mainz took advantage of Freiburg’s stumble against its guest Cologne with a goal by Lafael Zichos (89 errors in his team’s goal) against a goal by Frenchman Antomi Modest (34).

And Cologne played with ten men since the 74th minute after his Austrian midfielder, Forian Kainz, was sent off.
Union Berlin also tied with Augsburg 0-0.

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