Norwegian striker Erling Holland scored two goals, and his team Borussia Dortmund beat Palm Club Grutterford 3-0 in the sixteenth round, the battle for qualifying for European places after Bayer Leverkusen. Hoffenheim drew 2-2, and chaos continued. Leipzig, who finished second in the league last season, drew 1-1 against Oxburg.
At “Signal Iduna Park”, Dortmund combined for 34 points in second place, six points behind Bayern Munich, who finished fourth with four points after beating Stuttgart 5-0.
Holland played with a double (33 penalty kicks and 81), while Dutchman Donal Mullen added a third (89).
Holland has increased his tally to 13 goals in the “Bundesliga” this season, ranking third in the table and five goals behind leader Bavarian giant striker Robert Lewandowski.
Holland scored his nineteenth goal in 15 games with Dortmund this season.
Holland almost contributed to another goal for his team after his perfect pass to Belgian player Thorgen Hazard, but the goal was canceled due to an offside (20).
The “yellow and black” team, overseen by Marco Rose, reached a draw after two matches as they lost to Bayern Munich 2-3, and drew 1-1 with Pochum in the previous two stages.
– Leverkusen lose its lead again In the second match at the Bay Arena, Bayer Leverkusen III drew 2-2 with Hoffenheim IV, conceding a two-goal lead.
In the midst of a burning battle for qualifying places for the Champions League, the match was all the more significant as Leverkusen were one point ahead of Hoffenheim by a point, especially after Leverkusen lost 2-5 to its host Indracht Frankfurt. Gerardo Sivani.
The start of the match was perfect for Leverkusen, and Czech top scorer Patrick Sheikh continued his aggressive play by scoring two goals in the second consecutive match, raising his goal to 16.
But the last ten minutes brought unpleasant news to the landowners as Hoffenheim scored two goals in four minutes through young Angelo Stiller and Israeli Monas Dabur.
Hoffenheim had a 27-run lead (28 points) ahead of Leverkusen.
In the first minute of extra time in the second half, France’s Moussa Diabi was sent off for two yellow cards for Leverkusen.
Fifth Freiburg failed to tie the tie of Leverkusen and Hoffenheim, tightened the screws on them, and its eighth host Union was satisfied with a goalless draw against Berlin.
Freiburg have 26 points in fifth place, just two points behind the capital’s eighth club.
Leipzig, who finished second in the league last season, continued its vibrant results despite being tasked with replacing Jesse Marsh with its new coach, Dominico Tedesco, and were satisfied with a disappointing draw against its host Oxburg. 1-1.
Leipzig took the lead through Portugal’s Andre Silva, but the hosts were able to equalize in the killer time with a goal from Daniel Galliuri from a penalty kick.
Leipzig is in ninth place with 22 points, while Augsburg is in 16th place with 17 points.
Eintracht Frankfurt deepened the wounds of its host Borussia Moenchengladbach and suffered their fourth consecutive defeat after beating it 3-2.
Frankfurt, who won for the second time in a row, advanced to seventh with 24 points, just three points behind the first four, while Mönchengladbach’s draw froze with 18 points in thirteenth. The second was a draw against Leipzig. Last season’s run was 1-1.
After a decision not to play the game behind closed doors at Borussia Park and in front of 8000 spectators, Frankfurt settled for three points within 10 minutes of the match, which continued to be incomplete from the 70th minute when Brazilian player Lucas Silva was sent off. Minutes thanks to Colombian Rafael Bore, Danish Jesper Lindstrom and Japanese Taichi Kamata.
Algerian Rami Ben Sabani scored the second goal in the 54th minute through a penalty kick, while Moenchengladbach Florian Newhaz scored.
Frankfurt’s victory was attributed to Japanese player Kamata, who scored his first goal of the season in the “Bundesliga” after scoring three goals in six matches in the European League “Europa League”.
The scoring infertility of French attacking duo Marcos Durham and Alson Blee continued as Monsieur Gladbach’s hopes of a qualifying match for the Champions League next season suffered a new setback.
This is the fourth defeat in a row for Moysenchenkladpak, who knows he has conceded 17 times in this negative series, and he is one point ahead of the last three places.
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