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Eintracht Frankfurt beat Wolfburg with 1-2 (0-1) at their stadium

Following the start of the German Bundesliga rivalry, Wolfsburg endured their second home misfortune. On Saturday Eintracht Frankfurt beat Wolfburg with 1-2 (0-1) at their stadium, and the triumphant teams celebrated 29 of every four of the initial five games. Complete circle.

The Wolves started badly in the 26th moment when, from the last round of the away victory in Leverkusen, the twofold scorer, Croatian defender Marin Pongračić thumped down the Portuguese Andrea Silva in the penalty area, provoking a penalty kick and getting a yellow card for the adversary ‘s withdrawal. Silva was simply the artist and he put Eintracht in the lead.

The host team was waiting for the equalizer until the 58th moment when Mbabu sent the ball into the net with his head after Arnold’s cross from a free-kick. The Japanese midfielder Kamada took advantage of the void in home resistance in the 85th moment and gave all three focuses to Eintracht with his second goal of the season in the Bundesliga.

Eintracht Frankfurt beat Wolfburg with 1-2 (0-1) at their stadium

The series of misfortunes began at Schalke. Werder beat the Gelsenkirchen team with 0-1 at their ground, which is Schalke’s fourth straight misfortune, who had no idea of winning the Bundesliga for 11 games in succession. Bittencourt ‘s goal in the 32nd moment scored Werder ‘s crucial three focuses, scored with a solid and accurate shot from in excess of 20 meters.

Indeed, even Hoffenheim won a success minimally apart. In the 43rd moment, Bebou scored a goal worth three focuses however in the 27th moment, Zuber missed a penalty kick for the visitors.

Hertha, who beat Augsburg 2-0 at the Berlin Olympic Stadium, won the main home success. Dilrosun put the host team in the lead in the 23rd moment and Hertha ‘s victory, the championship’s third in four days, was affirmed by Piatek in the third moment of the ref’s extra time.

Bayern is leading the table with 64 focuses, ahead of Borussia Dortmund with 57, and Bayer Leverkusen is third with 56 focuses yet more than the leading pair with a game. Leipzig ‘s fourth RB, which earned 55 focuses, also has less gameplay.

Fortuna with 27 focuses is in the playoff zone to stay at the Bundesliga, and the penultimate Werder has 25. Paderborn is in the last place, with 19 focuses.

The match among Bayern and Fortuna is also planned for Saturday starting at 6:30 p.m.

Borussia Moenchengladbach-Union Berlin (15.30), Paderborn-Borussia Dortmund (18.30) and Koeln-RB Leipzig (20.30) will end this round with three matches on Sunday.