The Roses get their revenge on Dortmund;  Bayern equalized again

The Roses get their revenge on Dortmund; Bayern equalized again

BERLIN – New Leipzig coach Marco Rose oversaw a 3-0 defeat of Borussia Dortmund, the club that sacked him at the end of last season, and Bayern Munich’s third straight Bundesliga win against Stuttgart 2-2. 2 done.

Serhou Guirassy scored an injury-time penalty for Stuttgart in another blow for Bayern ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League group stage game against Barcelona. Bayern have drawn their previous league games against Union Berlin and Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Rose Leipzig travel to Real Madrid in the Champions League on Wednesday after claiming a fresh win over Dortmund. His first in Leipzig. Rose led Leipzig to what was only their second win in six Bundesliga games. Rose was appointed by Leipzig on Thursday to replace the sacked Domenico Tedesco.

Will Orban headed home a corner in the sixth to get the Roses off to a good start and Leipzig maintained their intensity until Dominik Soboszli made it 2 with a stunning long-range strike before the break. -0 did.

Dortmund improved after the break. Coach Edin Terezic boosted the team’s attacking prowess when he brought on Gio Reyna and Youssefah Mokoko in the 59th. Another forward, Justin Najmah, followed 10 minutes later, shortly before Reina set up Anthony Modeste for the team’s best chance in the 63rd.

But Amadou Haidara sealed Leipzig’s victory in the 84th after Soboszli received the ball from Thomas Meunier and passed Timo Werner to set it up.

Bayern were unable to make the most of Dortmund’s slip, although it looked good when Matthijs Thiel opened the scoring in the 36th. Alphonso Davies cut the ball back for the French teenager’s first Bundesliga goal.

Stuttgart’s Gerasi was awarded the equalizer via VAR for a foul in the build-up by Chris Ferrich after the break. TV replays showed a slight tug on Joshua Kimmich’s shirt before Ferrich set up his team-mate.

But Feric redeemed himself by scoring in the 57th when Konstantinos Mavropanos played a poor pass from Davies in front of him.

Jamal Musila then showed his skill with a slight foot to elude Atkan Karazor before sending the ball inside the left post on the hour mark. It was the 19-year-old’s fourth goal in five league games.

VAR played a role again when Mathieu De Ligt was penalized in injury time. Gerasi stole a point for Stuttgart with a spot kick.

Also, Bayer Leverkusen bounced back to draw 2-2 at Hertha Berlin, Hoffenheim cruised to a 4-1 win over 10-man Mainz, and Niko Kovac’s Wolfsburg side earned a 1-0 win over former club Eintracht Frankfurt. .

Schalke were beaten 3-1 by goalless Bochum in their derby later on Saturday, leaving the visitors without a point after six games and coach Thomas Reuss under a lot of pressure. This boosted Schalke’s first win of the season.

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