Freiburg maintained its perfect record in the German Bundesliga this season by winning a precious 3-0 victory over its guest Augsburg in the sixth round.
Freiburg, along with leaders Bayern Munich, are the only two teams that have not suffered any defeat in the German League this season, as the first achieved 3 wins against 3 draws in its 6 matches in the competition so far.
The Freiburg match against its guest Augsburg bore an emotional character for the owner of the land, who bid farewell to his stadium, “Dream Stadium” after 67 years of playing it in a dramatic atmosphere, as the team will move to the larger Europa Park after playing 360 league matches in Dryzam since it first rose to the limelight in 1993.
The host scored 3 goals during his dominance in the first half to continue his strong start this season, as Lucas Kubler put him in front, and Lucas Holler doubled the score from close range in the 25th minute, then Vincenzo Griveo added the third goal from a penalty kick after 8 minutes, to succeed in that in Execution of all nine kicks in the competition.
Griveaux’s 999th goal in the league was at the Drysam Stadium, and former coach Volker Finke, who led Freiburg to qualify for the first division in 1993, watched the match from the stands, and current coach Christian Streiche broke down in tears after the final whistle.
The result helped Freiburg climb to fifth place in the German league table with 12 points, with a goal difference behind Borussia Dortmund, fourth, and only 4 points behind leaders Bayern Munich, while Bayer Leverkusen and Wolfsburg occupy the second and third places, respectively, with 13 points.
In another match, Bochum tied with its guest Stuttgart without goals, bringing the first to 4 points in 17th place, while the second’s balance increased to 5 points in 13th place.
German Bundesliga standings for the 2021-2022 season
Bayern Munich – 16 points
Bayer Leverkusen – 13 points
Wolfsburg – 13 points
Borussia Dortmund – 12 points
Freiburg – 12 points