Growing up in an Icelandic village, Alfred Finnbogason probably never imagined he’d play in seven European leagues. He probably also didn't expect to play alongside his boyhood hero, helping take Iceland to Euro 2016.
Dortmund rescue a point after Nils Petersen's astonishing goal for Freiburg while Bayern survive an early scare before thrashing Hoffenheim. HSV draw in Leipzig, Schalke win in Stuttgart and Cologne draw with Augsburg.
Going into the season, many had seen Augsburg as prime candidates for the drop. However, coach Manuel Baum's team, which combines hard work with pace and flair has turned out to be one of this season's surprise starters.
Leverkusen, Schalke and Frankfurt edged away from Borussia Dortmund in the top four while Bayern Munich survived a scare. Matchday 20 also saw another coaching casualty as Stuttgart parted company with Hannes Wolf.
Hamburg crushed Hoffenheim to pick up their second Bundesliga win in three. On Saturday, we saw an incredible four-goal derby comeback from Schalke, a rapidly improving Bayer Leverkusen, and more joy for Leipzig.
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