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Football: Bayern still on the right track against Wolfsburg

Football: Bayern still on the right track against Wolfsburg

After a warm-up period, stars coach Julian Nagelsmann intensified the competition in front of 75,000 spectators at the Allianz Arena, scoring goals from Jamal Mosiala (33) and Thomas Muller (43), but they also missed many opportunities. In addition, Bayern Munich newcomer Sadio Mane should have been upset because the video assistant – rightly – denied him two goals for offside.

Wolfsburg, where former Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac has returned to his old place of work as a Serie A coach, has generally had no chance. Also in the 26th attempt there was no victory in Munich. Patrick Wimmer was replaced in the first half by “Wolves”.

A goalless draw in a fierce battle in Mainz

FSV Mainz 05 and 1. FC Union Berlin previously failed to draw with the top duo, at least in terms of points. Both teams tied 0-0, but were still undefeated after the second round with four points each.

In the heat, the teams delivered a rather exhausting kick in front of 25,000 spectators that wasn’t worth the win. Al-Ittihad (Christopher Tremmel from the 82nd minute) achieved the best start to the season in the history of the Bundesliga, despite the zero number. Mainz (Karim Onisio until the 85th minute, Marlon Mustafa from the 75th minute) missed the start with two wins for the first time since the 2013/2014 season.

German Bundesliga, second day of play


Bayern Munich – Wolfsburg 2-0 (2-0)

Goals: Musila (33 minutes), Muller (43 minutes)

Bayern: playing Sabitzer
Wolfsburg: It passes until the 45th minute, Perfan is on the bench

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Mainz 0-0 Union Berlin

Mainz: Annecy until the 85th minute, Mustafa from the 75th minute

Al-Ittihad: Tremmel from the 82nd minute


Hoffenheim – Bochum 3:2 (2:2)

Goals: Baumgartner (14 minutes), Kabak (23 minutes), Dabur (88 minutes) and Zoller (10 minutes 13 minutes).

Note: Kramaric (Hoffenheim / 59.) misses a penalty

Hoffenheim: Baumgartner until the 75th minute, Bosch (suspended) is not in the team
Bochum: Stoeger shines

Leipzig – Cologne 2:2 (1:1)

Goals: Werner (37 minutes), Nkunko (56 minutes) or Dietz (40 minutes), Gvardiol (72 minutes / goal goal).

Red card: Szoboszlai (45 + 1 / Leipzig)

Leipzig: Schlager is on the bench, Laimer (injured) is not in the team
Cologne: Kainz, Ljubicic shined until the 73rd minute

Bremen – Stuttgart 2:2 (1:1)

Goals: Folkrug (4′), Burke (96′) and Endo (38′), Silas (77′).

Bremen: Friedel played through Schmid from the 78th minute
Stuttgart: Playing Kalajic

Leverkusen – Augsburg 1:2 (1:1)

Goals: Aranjuez (43 minutes), Jensen (15 minutes) and Hahn (82 minutes).

Hertha Berlin – Frankfurt 1: 1 (1: 0)

Goals: Sardar (third) and Kamada (48)

Schalke 04 – Mönchengladbach 2:2 (1:0)

Goals: Zalazar (29 minutes), Poulter (94 minutes / penalty kick) or Hoffmann (72 minutes), Thuram (78 minutes).

Schalke 04: Greml (injured) is not in the team
Gladbach: Leiner Wolff off the bench


Freiburg – Dortmund 1:3 (1:0)

Goals: Gregoric (35 minutes) or Benoy Jettens (77 minutes), Mukoko (84 minutes) and Wolf (88 minutes).

Freiburg: Lienhardt played through Gregorich until the 74th minute