The Bundesliga returned with a bang after the international break! Haaland was the man of moment, scoring four against Hertha in a 5-2 win, while Bayern and Leipzig draw with Bremen and Frankfurt respectively.
With no Bundesliga football this week, we return to our Bundesliga Diaries Shorts series. In this second installment, we spoke to Kara Head, Bayer Leverkusen’s English Twitter admin, about her job and the impact of social media on Bundesliga football.
There were goals galore in the Bundesliga this past weekend! Bayern beat Dortmund 3-2, Mainz and Schalke draw 2-2, while Union Berlin hammer Arminia Bielefeld 5-0.
Der Klassiker is just around the corner! Bayern and Dortmund prepare perfectly with 2-1 and 2-0 victories against Koln and Bielefeld respectively, whilst Mainz make it six defeats in a row this term against Augsburg. Monchengladbach beat Leipzig 1-0, and Leverkusen prevail 4-2 against Freiburg.
The Bundesliga action continues! Borussia Dortmund win the Revier derby with ease, prevailing 3-0, whilst Bayern beat Eintracht Frankfurt 5-0. Borussia Monchengladbach win 3-2 against Mainz and Leipzig edge past Hertha Berlin 2-1.
The Bundesliga is back, with plenty of action for us to discuss! Bayern ease past Bielefeld 4-1, whilst Köln and Schalke pick up their first points of the season. Dortmund beat Hoffenheim 1-0, as Leipzig defeat Augsburg 2-0 in a top of the table clash.
No Bundesliga football hasn’t stopped us from recording! This week, we discuss the latest Germany fixtures, whilst we also look back at the final day of the transfer window.
Plenty of action again from the Bundesliga! Bayern almost drop points against Hertha, eventually winning 4-3, whilst there are victories for BVB, Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Monchengladbach.
In the first of a brand new series, we speak to Joe Bryant – and his dad Phil – about his wonderful Lego stadiums!
Plenty to discuss in this week’s Bundesliga Diaries! Both Achim Beierlorzer and David Wagner are given their marching orders after Mainz and Schalke’s respective defeats, whilst Bayern and Dortmund are both on the end of shock defeats.