Bayern Munich beat Wolfsburg 2-0 this Sunday, in a match on the second day of the German Football League, and ‘hit’ Borussia Dortmund in the lead of the Bundesliga, both with six points.
The young Jamal Musiala, barely 19 years old, scored the first goal for the Bavarians in the 33rd minute, while the experienced Thomas Muller, 32 years old, closed the ‘accounts’ (44) for the German champions, in a match in in which Sadio Mané (73′) also saw a goal disallowed by the video referee for offside.
In the other match, Mainz and União de Berlin also had the opportunity to reach the top of the table, in case of victory, but they did not go beyond a goalless draw, in a match in which Diogo Leite started and completed the 90 minutes. for Berliners.
Today’s two games closed a path that began on Friday, with Raphael Guerreiro’s Borussia Dortmund (he played the full 90 minutes) winning 3-1 against Freiburg.
On Saturday, Tiago Tomás’ Stuttgart and André Silva’s Leipzig drew 2-2 against Werder Bremen and Cologne, respectively, while Hoffenheim, without Eduardo Quaresma on the score sheet, recovered from a 2-0 deficit and added the first victory in the championship (3-2) in the reception to Bochum.
The ‘surprise’ of the day occurred in Leverkusen, with Bayer surprised at home by Augsburg, 2-1, in a day with five draws, three of them by two goals, including those recorded by Schalke 04 and Borussia Mönchengladbach (2-2), and Hertha Berlin and Eintracht Frankfurt (1-1).