As part of the traditional Bundesliga multiplex count for the 30th day, four posters were planned for this Saturday at 3:30 p.m. At the Signal Iduna Park, Borussia Dortmund, runners-up to Bayern Munich, welcomed the Wolves of Wolfsburg, who were thirteenth at kick-off. Pushed in the first few moments, as demonstrated by Kobel’s grandiose save from the conversion of Nmecha (3′), the marsupials eventually opened the scoring thanks to Rothe (1-0, 24′), a young 17-year-old left-back , to the first Played in the league. With this start, BvB even doubled the stakes in the passage through Witsel (2-0, 26th). Marco Rose’s men unstoppably sealed the outcome of this game with three new successes: Akanji (3: 0, 29th), Can (4: 0, 34th) and then the inevitable Haaland (5: 0, 38th). . After returning from the dressing room, the offensive party continued and the Norwegian cyborg offered a brace (6:0, 54th). Despite reducing Baku’s anecdotal result (6-1, 82nd), Dortmund beat Wolves (6-1) to consolidate their second-place finish.
In the other games, Freiburg, fifth and still in the running for the Champions League, received Bochum, twelfth. As winners of Frankfurt last weekend (2:1), Christian Streich’s team confirmed their status as contenders for Europe and logically won (3:0) thanks to Kübler (4th) and Sallai, author of a brace (16th, 53rd ). Still fifth despite that success, Freiburg still stayed level with Leipzig and just a length behind Bayer. Two formations meeting this Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Finally, in the race for victory, note Hertha Berlin’s precious victory on the Augsburg lawn (1-0) thanks to Serdar, the only goalscorer of that encounter. Mainz, for their part, did not get beyond a draw (0:0) against Stuttgart and remained in dangerous 16th place. The upcoming duel between Hertha and Stuttgart promises to be more decisive than ever.
All results from 3:30 p.m
Borussia Dortmund Wolfsburg 6-1: Rothe (24′), Witsel (26′), Akanji (29′), Can (34′) and Haaland (38′, 54′) / Baku (82′)
Augsburg 0:1 Hertha Berlin : Serdar (49.)
Mainz 0-0 VfB Stuttgart
Freiburg 3-0 Bochum: Kübler (4′) and Sallai (16′, 53′)