Cologne got a huge win in the relegation battle, Bayer Leverkusen enjoyed the rain in Sinsheim and Freiburg delivered a shock. Bayern Munich overcame a test, but Schalke failed theirs.
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On the final afternoon of Matchday 19, Bayern Munich took a seemingly unassailable lead at the top of the Bundesliga. Two goals from two men proved the difference.
Perhaps it's too soon to suggest that Thomas Müller is going to be the man to guide Bayern Munich to silverware this season, but his form is improving at just the right time.
Borussia Dortmund fell flat once again as they traveled to face Hertha Berlin. Jadon Sancho was a rare positive in a 1-1 draw and Dortmund's youth policy could fall apart without a revamped transfer strategy.
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The Jamaican has had an outstanding season in front of goal. Can he score again when Leverkusen face Hoffenheim?
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Peter Bosz is staying put! Why, you ask? Because there are no other options!
Great expectations can motivate players but also pile on the pressure.
Bayern are still unbeaten under Heynckes. Can they keep their run going against out-of-form BVB?
Vincenzo Grifo with a beautiful assist #MatchdayMoment! What was your moment of Matchday 10?
The winners of the Bayern vs. Leipzig clash could go top and lay down a real marker in the race for the title.
Thomas Müller's cameo is our #MatchdayMoment! What was your moment of matchday 9?
Three goals in two games from Simon Terodde have given bottom club Cologne a glimmer of hope. The striker is exactly what they need in a relegation battle, writes DW's Matt Ford.
Click here for the latest Bundesliga results and the current league standings. Here you can also scroll through the results from past matchdays as well as the league standings in previous weeks.
The transfer window is well underway and after Bayern Munich signed yet another Bundesliga star, Borussia Dortmund are on the verge of losing a striker.
Borussia Dortmund supporters have called for a boycott of the club's Monday night home game against Augsburg in protest at "absurd" kickoff times. Elsewhere, Hannover fans marched in favor of the 50+1 rule.
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