Football: Monchengladbach remain atop of Bundesliga


Borussia Monchengladbach managed to get three points to remain on top of the standings with 3-1 victory over Werder Bremen.

Monchengladbach’s Algerian defender Ramy Bensebaini scored a goal and their German forward Patrick Herrmann found the net twice.

Reigning champions Bayern Munchen hammered Borussia Dortmund 4-0, scoring with Robert Lewandowski (2), Serge Gnabry and Mats Hummels at Allianz Arena.

The runners-up RB Leipzig defeated Hertha Berlin 4-2 at away game as Freiburg beat Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 at home.

While Schalke 04 drew 3-3 with Fortuna Dusseldorf, the Turkish defender Ozan Kabak helped Schalke score a goal.

Meanwhile, Koln lost to Hoffenheim 2-1, after this defeat at home, German coach Achim Beierlorzer was sacked by Koln management.

Borussia Monchengladbach currently sit in the first spot with 25 points and Leipzig, who got 21 points, are behind the league leaders in the standings.

Here are the results of match week 11 in Bundesliga:

Koln – Hoffenheim: 1-2

Hertha Berlin – RB Leipzig: 2-4

Mainz 05 – Union Berlin: 2-3

Schalke 04 – Fortuna Dusseldorf: 3-3

Paderborn 07 – Augsburg: 0-1

Bayern Munchen – Borussia Dortmund: 4-0

Monchengladbach – Werder Bremen: 3-1

Wolfsburg – Bayer Leverkusen: 0-2

Freiburg – Eintracht Frankfurt: 1-0

2-RB Leipzig11632291221
3-Bayern Munich11632291621
6-Borussia Dortmund11542231519
7-Schalke 0411542201419
8-Bayer Leverkusen11533171518
9-Eintracht Frankfurt11524211617
11-Union Berlin11416131713
12-Hertha Berlin11326172111
13-Fortuna Dusseldorf11326151911
14-Werder Bremen11254182411
16-Mainz 051130812309
18-Paderborn 071111911264

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