Leverkusen 2-1 Schalke
Leverkusen were pinned in the sixth box on the debut of their interim manager Hannes Wolf, aiming for a European spot and hot on Dortmund’s heels. Argentine Lucas Alario was the author of the first goal of the winning team. Schalke, meanwhile, is in the bottom of the table and could be relegated to the second division.
Dortmund 1 – 2 Frankfurt
Dortmund, one of the teams with the most followers in Germany, still has not seen the light and with this defeat they settle for only a momentary fifth place and a ticket to the Europa League, that is, bye to the Champions League. And as if that were not enough, Leverkusen won and now accumulates 43 points, the same as Dortmund.
Wolfsburg 1 – 0 Colonia
Wolfsburg are having an excellent season and in third place, just three points behind Leipzig, they bolt as a candidate for the next Champions League. On the other hand, Colonia has had a nightmare season and struggles not to fall to relegation.
Mainz 1 – 1 Bielefeld
Game without major repercussions for the German elite football table, as Mainz moved up to 14th with this tie, while rookie Bielefeld is like Schalke: on the verge of relegation.
Augsburg 2-1 Hoffenheim
Two brutal counterattack goals from Switzerland’s Rubén Vargas and Germany’s Andre Hahn in the first half gave Augsburg a 2-1 victory over Hoffenheim. In the 86th minute, a brilliant half volley by Danish Robert Skov reduced the gap for Hoffenheim, although it was too late for a comeback.
Leipzig 0-1 Bavaria
With a goal from Germany’s Leon Goretzka in the 38th minute, Bayern beat Leipzig despite missing their star Robert Lewandowski, the Bundesliga’s top scorer.
Thus, the Bavarian team now leads Leipzig by seven points, which is its top contender in second place in the table, and only seven days to go to the end of the championship.