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Bundesliga: Union Berlin collapses, Bayern remains first

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Union Berlin collapses and Bayern Munich returns to the leadership of the Bundesliga: the reigning German champions for the 10th time only needed 13 days to regain the leadership of German football. Yesterday Julian Nagelsmann’s team had narrowly won (3-2) at the Olympiastadion against the other team from Berlin, Hertha. Today the Union was called to regain the primacy and, instead, the team led by Urs Fischer was wrecked on the ground of the BayArena, suffering a very heavy 5-0 signed by the goals of Andrich (1 ‘st), Diaby (11’ and 13 ‘ ‘st), Hlozek (23’ st) and Bakker (31 ‘st). In the standings, after today’s result, Bayern Munich leads with 28 points, 2 more than Union Berlin.

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Five goals decided in the first half in Berlin the match of the 13th day of the Bundesliga between Hertha and Bayern Munich, which by winning 3-2 took the top of the table with 28 points
Julian Nagelsmann’s team, with their eighth success in a row between championship and cups, went 3-0 thanks to Musiala’s goal in the 12 ‘and the brace scored in the 36’ and 38 ‘by Eric Maxim Choupo- Moting, but before the interval Lukebakio and Selke responded, on a penalty, for the hosts.

On the other fields, Borussia Dortmund easily beat the bottom Bochum 3-0 and will remain in the Champions League zone. At Hoffenheim, a brace from Nkunku allowed Leipzig to win 3-1 while the Frenchman is the top scorer in the Bundesliga with 11 goals. In Mainz, Wolfsburg extended their streak by winning 3-0 and continuing to move up in the standings after losing all of their first five games.

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The picture of the 13th day (RESULTS AND RANKING)

Monchengladbach- Stuttgart 3-1
Augsburg 1-2 Frankfurt
Dortmund-Bochum 3 0
Hertha Bayern 2-3
Hoffenheim-Leipzig 1 3
Mainz-Wolfsburg 0-3
Bremen 2-1 Schalke
Leverkusen-Union Berlin 5-0
Freiburg-Cologne 5.30 pm

Source: Ansa

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