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Bayern and Dortmund make no mistake

Updated: Nov 28, 2021

Three days after Sporting's elimination from the Champions League, Borussia Dortmund has recovered from the German league. At VfL Wolfsburg, Donyell Malen scored the 1-2. Erling Haaland made his comeback and scored the final score: 1-3.

Due to the win, Dortmund briefly took over the lead from Bayern Munich on Saturday afternoon, but in the evening the Rekordmeister made no mistake at home against Arminia Bielefeld (1-0).

Weghorst and Malen

Wolfsburg had a dream start against Dortmund, because after two minutes Wout Weghorst headed the ball. His fifth league goal of the season. An important goal also for Wolfsburg, the number six in the Bundesliga, which would again find some connection with the top clubs with a win

Wolfsburg was also active in the billion-dollar ball last week; the team suffered a defeat at Sevilla, but still has a chance of the next round.

Dortmund gradually became stronger after the 1-0, had opportunities through, among others, Malen, who was once again in the starting lineup, and came at 1-1 through Emre Can: he used the penalty after Marco Reus was put down by Lacroix. Wolfsburg saved the post after halftime with a shot by Nico Schulz, but Malen scored the 1-2 with a swipe.

Return Haland

It was also 1-3 ten minutes before time. Haaland, who made his comeback after a month and a half of injuries and had come into the team for Malen, decided the game with a great goal; jumping up, he put his foot against a cross from Brandt.

It was the 50th Bundesliga goal for the 21-year-old Norwegian, who played his 50th Bundesliga game.

Due to the victory, Dortmund also distanced itself from number three Freiburg, which ran into a defeat at Bochum. Goalkeeper Mark Fleks had to concede two goals: 2-1. Freiburg, however, remains third in the Bundesliga, now eight points behind Dortmund.

97th minute

Two other Dutchmen, Jurgen Ekkelenkamp and Deyovaisio Zeefuik, seemed to be doing good business on Saturday with Hertha BSC in the duel with FC Augsburg. The team from Berlin already scored 1-0 before half-time and seemed to take that victory over the line, but Augsburg equalized in the 97th minute. Ekkelenkamp, ​​who was in the starting line-up, had already been replaced by then. Zeefuik only participated in the last twenty minutes.

The victory of Bayern Munich, later in the evening, was difficult to achieve. The home crowd in Bavaria had to wait seventy minutes for a goal in the duel with number seventeen Arminia Bielefeld. They were rewarded with a nice long shot from Leroy Sané.

It was goal number 102 for Bayern in one calendar year, a record in the Bundesliga. The old record was held by FC Köln, which hit 101 times in 1977

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