Bayern held in check by Stuttgart, Leipzig thrashes Dortmund

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Bayern held in check by Stuttgart, Leipzig thrashes Dortmund

Bayern-Stuttgart: 2-2

Remodeled from eleven victorious (2-0) on the ground of Inter Milan, in the Champions League, Bayern extended a series of 3 draws in the Bundesliga and ingloriously recovered the place of leader, this Saturday on the occasion of the 6th day of the Championship. He also offered a sluggish performance during the first half hour, until a double opportunity fell to Tel à and Gnabry (30th), signaling a highlight. After an off-target shot from Gnabry (33′), it was Tel who opened the scoring by taking a center back from Davies (1-0, 36′) from the left. The best way to celebrate a first record, for the former Rennais, who this Saturday became the youngest player ever to start in the Bundesliga by the Bavarian club, as well as its youngest scorer in this competition.

Bayern’s new striker thus launched the meeting of Bayern, a time thwarted by the equalization of Führich (1-1, 57th). Musiala, with a subtle strike from the left (2-1, 60th), prevented his teammates from doubting, but not from shaking. After a strike on the bar (76th) then a disallowed goal (79th), Guirassy equalized on a whistled penalty after consulting the VAR by the referee. Stuttgart has still not won a match in 6 days, but this draw is worth a victory.

Leipzig-Dortmund: 3-0

Following his change of coach, which took place in the middle of the week, Leipzig quickly saw life in Rose. Successor to Domenico Tedesco, Marco Rose has indeed guided his new team to victory against Borussia Dortmund, yet 2nd before this 6th day. A header from Orban from a corner (1-0, 6th) quickly freed Red Bull, whose afternoon was then facilitated by the strike from the right in the top corner of Szoboszlai (2-0, 45th). Disappointing, still beaten at the end of the match by a goal from Haïdara (3-0, 84th), the Ruhr team, overtaken by Friborg and Hoffenheim, descended from the podium.

The other matches: Frankfurt beaten, Hoffenheim crushes Mainz

Future opponent of OM, Tuesday, in the Champions League, Eintracht Frankfurt lost (0-1) at home to Wolfsburg, a poorly ranked, a defeat that stuck in the soft stomach. It was French defender Maxence Lacroix who scored the only goal of the less prolific meeting of the afternoon. Hoffenheim indeed slapped Mainz (4-1), while Hertha Berlin and Leverkusen could not decide (2-2).


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