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German Bundesliga Table and Standings

Game Week 3 Results and Overview

Friday 27th Aug 2021

Borussia Dortmund 3 - 2 Hoffenheim

Saturday 28th /08/ 21

Stuttgart 2 - 3 Freiburg

Mainz 3 - 0 Greuther Furth

Augsburg 1 - 4 Bayer Leverkusen

Arminia Bielefeld 1 - 1 Eintracht Frankfurt

FC Cologne 2 - 1 Bochum

Bayern Munich 5 - 0 Hertha Berlin

Sunday 28 /08/ 2021

Union Berlin 2 - 1 Borussia M'gladbach

Wolfsburg 1 - 0 RB Leipzig

Table Overview

Wolfsburg Fc are topping the 2021/22 German Bundesliga table, they have played 3 games so far and they are at 9 points. Wolfsburg is the only team that has registered wins in all games they have played this season.

Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern Munich and Freiburg are all having 7 points after participating in three matches so far.

Bayern Munich played against Hertha Berlin on Saturday at Allianz Arena. Bayern registered a massive victory of five goals to nil. Thomas Muller opened the score sheet at minute six with a fantastic goal.

Later in the 35th minute, 2020/21 Bundesliga season golden boots' winner Robert Lewarndowski netted the second goal. Fourteen minutes later Musiala saw back of the net to make the scores 3-0.

Bayern Munich' s goal machine, Robert Lewarndowski added another two goals at 70th and 84th minutes respectively to ensure he took home the ball.

Borussia Dortmund are in position five with six points. They have won 2 matches and lost one.

In their previous match against Hoffenheim on Friday 27th, Reyna 49th, Jude Bellingham 61' and Erling Haaland 90+ goals ensured Dortmund took home 3 points. Baumgartner and Dabbur scored for Hoffenheim.

Greuther Furth and FC Augsburg have registered only one point so far. Hertha Berlin on the other hand haven't registered any point yet. The three teams are in the relegation zone.

This is how Bundesliga table is after the game week three matches.

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