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    Bundesliga Round 6 – Results and Overview

    30 September 2019 | Bundesliga | Round Overview
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    Bundesliga Round 6 – Results and Overview

    Despite putting up a good fight, Paderborn remain bottom after defeat to league leaders Bayern. Leipzig suffered their first loss of the season, while Koln have now lost 3 in a row. Schalke and Gladbach are both unbeaten in 5.

    Remarkably, there were no home wins, as 8 of the 9 Bundesliga matches in Round 6 ended with victory for the away side.

    Results

    Union Berlin 1-2 Eintracht Frankfurt

    Hoffenheim 0-3 Borussia Monchengladbach

    Mainz 0-1 Wolfsburg

    Augsburg 0-3 Bayer Leverkusen

    Paderborn 2-3 Bayern Munich

    RB Leipzig 1-3 Schalke 04

    Borussia Dortmund 2-2 Werder Bremen

    Fortuna Dusseldorf 1-2 SC Freiburg

    FC Koln 0-4 Hertha BSC

    Friday Night Football

    Goals from Bas Dost and Andre Silva gave Eintracht victory at Union Berlin. Anthony Ujah pulled a goal back for the hosts late on, but Frankfurt held on to claim a much-need win.

    Saturday’s Round-up

    Monchengladbach picked up an impressive away win against struggling Hoffenheim. Alassane Plea scored just before half-time, before Marcus Thuram and Florian Neuhaus netted after the break.

    A goal on 9 minutes from Marcel Tisserand was enough to hand Wolfsburg the victory at Mainz. The home side recorded 15 shots in total, but failed to find the back of the net.

    Kevin Volland and Kai Havertz rounded off a comfortable away win for Leverkusen against Augsburg. Florian Niederlechner opened the scoring with an own goal, while the visitors enjoyed 75% of the possession.

    It was bottom vs. top as Paderborn welcomed Bayern. Goals from Kai Proger and Jamilu Collins made it difficult for the champions, but Serge Gnabry, Philippe Coutinho and Robert Lewandowski ensured Bayern came away with a 3-2 victory.

    Schalke picked up a shock win away at Leipzig. Emil Forsberg pulled a goal back late on for the hosts, but the damaged had already been done by Salif Sane, Amine Harit and Rabbi Matondo.

    Werder held Dortmund to a 2-2 draw at Signal Iduna Park. Milot Rashica gave the visitors the lead before Mario Gotze and Marco Reus turned things around. Marco Friedl rescued a point for Werder on 55 minutes.

    Super Sunday

    High-flying Freiburg returned to 3rd in the table following their fourth win in six games. Fortuna are now without a win in five as Luca Waldschmidt scored a late winner for Freiburg.

    A Vedad Ibisevic brace helped Hertha to a 4-0 thrashing away at Koln. Javairo Dilrosun opened the scoring for Hertha before Dedryck Boyata rounded off the win just 7 minutes remaining. Jorge Mere saw red for the hosts.

    Regular Season
    OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
    1. Mönchengladbach 25 11 8 1 2 24 11 13
    2. RB Leipzig 21 11 6 3 2 29 12 17
    3. Bayern München 21 11 6 3 2 29 16 13
    4. SC Freiburg 21 11 6 3 2 20 12 8
    5. Hoffenheim 20 11 6 2 3 16 14 2
    6. Borussia Dortmund 19 11 5 4 2 23 15 8
    7. Schalke 04 19 11 5 4 2 20 14 6
    8. Bayer Leverkusen 18 11 5 3 3 17 15 2
    9. Eintracht Frankfurt 17 11 5 2 4 21 16 5
    10. VfL Wolfsburg 17 11 4 5 2 11 10 1
    11. Union Berlin 13 11 4 1 6 13 17 -4
    12. Hertha BSC 11 11 3 2 6 17 21 -4
    13. Fortuna Düsseldorf 11 11 3 2 6 15 19 -4
    14. Werder Bremen 11 11 2 5 4 18 24 -6
    15. FC Augsburg 10 11 2 4 5 13 24 -11
    16. Mainz 9 11 3 0 8 12 30 -18
    17. 1.FC Köln 7 11 2 1 8 10 23 -13
    18. Paderborn 4 11 1 1 9 11 26 -15

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