BUNDESLIGA.  Goal machine Bayern breaks its own record, Wolfsburg-Belgians do not score

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After Borussia Dortmund on Friday evening, Bayern Munich has now also won its match. In Cologne it was easy 0-4. Koen Casteels and Sebastiaan Bornauw were in the starting line-up at Wolfsburg, which got stuck in a scoreless draw at home against Hertha Berlin.

Jens Heylen

Today at 17:39

Borussia Dortmund came within three points of leader Bayern after Friday night’s 5-1 win against Freiburg. So this afternoon the ball was in the court of Julian Nagelsmann and co. A visit to the surprising number six Cologne was another big Robert Lewandowski show. The Polish prize shooter accounted for three of the four Bavarian goals, which means that he is now at 300 Bundesliga goals.

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The other took on Corentin Tolisso: 0-4. After a number of good chances, including a header on the crossbar by defender Timo Hübers, Cologne certainly deserved a goal, but it didn’t come. Bayern Munich is six points clear again. In addition, Bayern has set a new record: it has now managed to score in 66 consecutive league games. With that, the leader breaks his own record.

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Wolfsburg-Hertha: 0-0

Wolfsburg had dropped to fourteenth place after six losses in a row in the competition. Koen Casteels and Sebastiaan Bornauw were allowed to start the home match against number thirteen Hertha Berlin. When Dodi Lukebakio and Aster Vranckx came in, there was still a 0-0 on the board. They couldn’t change that either.

Stuttgart-RB Leipzig: 0-2

Last week against Mainz, both André Silva (x2) and Christopher Nkunku (x1) were still in the game, and that was also the case against Stuttgart on Saturday afternoon. Both men divided the two goals among themselves: Silva in the eleventh minute and Nkunku in the 70th minute. RB Leipzig advances to seventh place with 28 points, Stuttgart is only one place away from the jump-off place with ten points less.

Union Berlin-Hoffenheim: 2-1

Hoffenheim was proud third in the standings and went to visit Union in the capital. Timo Baumgartl scored the 0-1 with an own goal, but a few minutes later Voglsammer would bring the home team alongside again. In the second half, midfielder Grischa Prömel, who also scored twice against Leverkusen last week, made the Berlin victory a fact. Union briefly secures fourth place, Hoffenheim remains third with the same number of points (31).

Mainz-Bochum: 1-0

The remaining match was between Mainz and Bochum, or the number ten against the number eleven. Just after the break, Dutch defender Jeremiah St. Juste scored the only goal. Immediately good for the three points for Mainz, which is ninth. Bochum remains eleventh with 23 units.

At 18:30 there is still the summit between Borussia Mönchengladbach and Bayer Leverkusen.

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