Bayer Leverkusen finished second in the German Football League by defeating its guest, Mainz 1Zero today, Saturday (September 25) in the sixth stage of the Bundesliga. Wolfsburg suffered its first defeat of the season and fell to its host Hoffenheim 1/3.
Leipzig taught his guest Hertha Berlin a hard lesson and beat him 60, while Borussia Moenchengladbach beat its guest Borussia Dortmund 1 / 0. In the remaining matches, Union Berlin defeated Armenia Bielefeld 10 / 0, and Eintracht Frankfurt tied with Cologne 1/1.
Leverkusen raised his score to 13 A point in second place, three points behind leaders Bayern Munich, and Mainz’s balance stopped at ten points in fifth place. Leverkusen owes this victory to Florian Wirtz, who scored the decisive goal in the 62nd minute.
At the Rhein Neckar Arena, Wolfsburg led with a goal by Riddle Baku in the minute 25Hoffenheim responded with three goals, one in the first half and two goals in the second. Andrei Kramaric equalized for Hoffenheim in the last seconds of the first half, then Christoph Baumgartner and Pavel Kidrapek added the second and third goals in the two minutes 73 و 81.
Leverkusen are in second place, provisionally, after beating Mainz
The win raised Hoffenheim’s balance to eight points in ninth place, and Wolfsburg’s balance stopped at 13 A point in third place on goal difference behind runner-up Leverkusen and three points behind leaders Bayern.
And at the Red Bull Arena, RB Leipzig advanced against Hertha Berlin with three goals in the first half and then scored the same in the second half. Christopher Nkunko opened the scoring for Leipzig in the minute 15 Then Joseph Poulsen added the second goal in the minute 23 Then Nordi Mukele scored the third goal in the 45th minute. In the second half, Emil Forsberg scored the fourth goal in the minute 60 Then Nkunko scored his second goal and the fifth to blitz in the minute 70 Before Amadou Haidar finished scoring in the 77th minute. The win raised Leipzig’s tally to seven points in tenth place, one point ahead of Hertha, who finished eleventh.
Dortmund lost to Mönchengladbach
At Borussia Park, Swiss Denis Zakaria led his Gladbach team to victory over Dortmund with a goal scored in the 37th minute. Dortmund played with ten players since the 40th minute after Mahmoud Daoud was sent off for receiving a second warning. Gladbach raised its score to seven points in eleventh place, and Dortmund’s balance stopped at 12 points in fourth place.