Bayern Munich reviews against Mainz and Dortmund corrects its course in the German League | sports


Bayern Munich swept its guest, Mainz, and defeated it 8-1 in the 25th round of the German Football League, today, Saturday, while Borussia Dortmund succeeded in correcting its course after a draw and a loss in the past two rounds.

The Bavarian team took the lead with two goals scored by Harry Kane and Leon Groitska in the 13th and 19th minutes, while Nadim Amiri reduced the difference for the visitors with a goal in the 31st minute.

In stoppage time, Harry Kane added his second goal and the third for his team, so the Bavarian giants ended the first half ahead by 3 goals to one.

In the second half, Bayern Munich strengthened its lead with 5 more goals scored by: Thomas Muller, Jamal Musiala, Sergei Gnabry, Harry Kane and Leon Groitska in the 47th, 61st, 66th, 70th and 92nd minutes.

Bayern, which achieved its second biggest victory this season after crushing Darmstadt 8-0 last October, raised its score to 57 points in second place, 7 points behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen, who play against Wolfsburg tomorrow, Sunday, with the chance of a replay. The difference is 10 points.

As for Mainz, its score froze at 16 points in 17th and penultimate place.

Harry Kane is equivalent to a 60-year-old figure

Kane established himself as a star in the Bavarian giant’s scoring festival by scoring a hat-trick (13, 45+7, 70) and passing two decisive balls.

The English international striker raised his tally to 30 goals as the top scorer in the Bundesliga, equaling the previous record dating back 60 years for the number of goals in a player’s first season in the German League, which was achieved by the legend Uwe Seeler in the Hamburg jersey during the 1963-1964 season.

Leipzig overcomes the disappointment of the champions and Dortmund corrects its course

In other matches held today, the Leipzig team overcame its disappointment by being eliminated from the Champions League against Real Madrid by defeating its guest, Darmstadt, with a score of 2-0.

Leipzig’s goals were scored by Darmstadt’s Thomas Isherwood (an own goal) and Christoph Baumgartner in the 3rd and 50th minutes.

Leipzig raised its score to 46 points, jumping to fourth place, while Darmstadt’s score froze at 13 points in eighteenth and last place.

For its part, Borussia Dortmund achieved a valuable victory over its host Werder Bremen with a score of 2-1, and Donyell Malen and Jadon Sancho scored Dortmund’s goals in the first half in the 21st and 38th minutes.

The visitors completed the match with ten players after midfielder Marcel Sabitzer was sent off in the first minute of stoppage time.

Bremen took advantage of their opponent’s numerical deficiency, but they only reduced the gap with a single goal scored by Justin Ndjimnah in the 70th minute.

Borussia Dortmund corrected its course after a draw and a loss in the last two rounds, achieving its thirteenth victory in the league this season, raising its score to 47 points in fourth place.

As for Bremen, they did not take advantage of the ground and crowd factors and suffered their second loss in a row, leaving their score frozen at 30 points in ninth place.

Augsburg also narrowly defeated its guest, Heidenheim, with a goal scored by Jeffrey in the 22nd minute.

Augsburg raised its score to 32 points in eighth place, while Heidenheim is in eleventh place with 28 points.

On the other hand, Borussia Mönchengladbach tied with its guest, Köln, 3-3, dropping to 12th place with 27 points, while Köln snatched a valuable point, raising its score to 18 points in 16th place.

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