Bundesliga: BMG vs B04




At Borussia Park, Monchengladbach is looking for the sublimation to have a great battle with the opponent who is competing for the Champions League ticket, Leverkusen in the focus match of the 27th round. the third round in a row or Leverkusen did the same thing to cut the circuit for two consecutive matches, losing to the opponent.

Alassane Plea, Marcus Thuram and Ramy Bensebaini all scored when Borussia Mönchengladbach quickly defeated the nasty hosts Eintracht Frankfurt last Saturday night for a jubilant 3-1 victory. If there were any home fans inside Frankfurt's 50,000-seat Commerzbank-Arena, they would be stunned when Plea opened the scoring in just 37 seconds after clearing Jonas Hofmann's and his fellow Frenchman Plea. is Thuram who put his name on the scoreboard 6 minutes later, after the transfer from Bensebaini on the left. Gladbach continued to be more dangerous on the wings, Bensebaini launched a free kick to take the lead 3-0, even Jonas Hofmann narrowly increased the score to 4-1 at the end of the match. The victory was entirely deserved by Gladbach and they went ahead of RB Leipzig to take 3rd place - two points behind Borussia Dortmund. Plea scored the fourth fastest goal in the Bundesliga this season (37 seconds) and this is the first time he scored since the 4-2 win over Freiburg on December 1, 2019 Gladbach has won all 6 matches in the season. This tournament you have scored. The last time Gladbach opened the score 2-0 so early came back on the 34th day of 2012/13, after 5 minutes against Jupp Heynckes' Bayern Munich, who had only a few weeks left to win the treble. Their history, came back to win with a score of 4-3. Borussia are unbeaten in their last 4 away games, earning 10 points. The last time Gladbach opened the score 2-0 so early came back on the 34th day of 2012/13, after 5 minutes against Jupp Heynckes' Bayern Munich, who had only a few weeks left to win the treble. Their history, came back to win with a score of 4-3. Borussia are unbeaten in their last 4 away games, earning 10 points. The last time Gladbach opened the score 2-0 so early came back on the 34th day of 2012/13, after 5 minutes against Jupp Heynckes' Bayern Munich, who had only a few weeks left to win the treble. Their history, came back to win with a score of 4-3. Borussia are unbeaten in their last 4 away games, earning 10 points.

Just as guests of Werder Bremen are in crisis at the bottom of the table, Leverkusen attack plays again and wins 4-1. The brightest star was still Kai Havertz when he scored twice in the 28th and 33rd minute, with goals from Mitchell Weiser and Demirbay helping them to make a comeback. Florian Wirtz became Leverkusen's youngest Bundesliga at 17 and 15 days, beating Havertz's record 111 days younger and Wirtz also the third youngest player of the tournament of all time. Havertz's first goal in this match was Leverkusen's 1,000th goal in the Bundesliga, the German international having the first double this season.


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