Germany's top professional football or soccer division, operated by the DFL (German Football League). An 18-team league, Bundesliga clubs play 34 games per season; 17 each side of a winter break.
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On a weekend of big wins and even bigger fan choreographies, Bayern, Leipzig, Dortmund and Gladbach all impressed. There were also outstanding individual performances from Jadon Sancho, Thomas Müller and Wout Weghorst.
Capable of brilliance in attack but prone to calamity in defense, there's never a dull moment with Borussia Dortmund these days. After back-to-back defeats, they're under pressure to deliver against Eintracht Frankfurt.
Jürgen Klinsmann was meant to be the fresh new face of Hertha Berlin. But after just 76 days, he quit, leaving Hertha in a relegation battle. Still, the club president has denied that this plunged Hertha into chaos.
Bayern Munich's six-game winning streak in the Bundesliga came to an end, but it could have been even better for Leipzig. Elsewhere, Peter Bosz got one over Borussia Dortmund and Werder Bremen sunk deeper into trouble.
HSV fans set off pyrotechnics legally and under controlled conditions on Saturday - a first in German football. It may not be a long-term solution, but it shows the importance of dialogue between fans, clubs and police.