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Wout Weghorst helped VfL Wolfsburg on Saturday in the Bundesliga with a goal to a 1-1 draw at Borussia Mönchengladbach. Earlier in the day, Peter Bosz booked the first league win against FSV Mainz with Bayer Leverkusen: 0-1.

Kluivert comes in at Leipzig in the final phase

Weghorst signed five minutes before the end with a shot from the turn for Wolfsburg’s equalizer in Mönchengladbach. Jonas Hofmann had given the home team the lead from a penalty kick seven minutes earlier.

At Leverkusen, Lucas Alario crowned himself the match winner in Mainz. The Argentinian headed home from a corner kick and goalkeeper Robin Zentner managed to turn that effort just behind the goal line. Daley Sinkgraven participated in the entire competition among the visitors. Jeremiah St. Juste and Jean-Paul Boëtius completed the ninety minutes at Mainz.

Leverkusen is still unbeaten in the Bundesliga after four games. ‘Die Werkself’ played a draw in the first three matches and can be found in the middle bracket with six points.

Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller led Bayern Munich to a 1-4 win over Arminia Bielefeld. Müller opened the score for the visitors in the eighth minute and Lewandowski increased the lead before half time with two long shots to 0-3. Early in the second half, Müller also made his second of the evening by tapping in a measured cross from Lewandowski.

Former FC Groningen attacker Ritsu Doan then saved the honor for Bielefeld. In the last fifteen minutes, the visitors played with ten men through a red card for Corentin Tolisso. With the victory, Bayern climbs to second place with nine points from four matches.

Peter Bosz recorded the first win in four matches with Bayer Leverkusen. (Photo: ANP)

RB Leipzig won 0-2 on a visit to FC Augsburg. Angeliño, former player of PSV and NAC Breda, opened the score on the stroke of half time and Yussuf Poulsen doubled the margin halfway through the second half with a beautiful swipe.

Kluivert, who has been leased by AS Roma to Leipzig for the rest of the season, made his first playing minutes for the leader in the Bundesliga in the final phase. ‘Die Roten Bullen’ are on ten points after four duels. On Sunday, Eintracht Frankfurt, which will visit 1. FC Köln, can still reach the same level.

In Sinsheim, Borussia Dortmund recorded an oppressive victory on a visit to 1899 Hoffenheim: 0-1. Marco Reus scored the only goal of the match fifteen minutes before the end. Thanks to the victory, Dortmund comes on nine points.

VfB Stuttgart was out 0-2 too strong for Hertha BSC and Werder Bremen drew 1-1 at SC Freiburg.



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