A rival behind Lewandowski’s back with a goal, and Borussia took advantage of Bayern’s mishap Football

Bayern Munich lost 1: 2 to Borussia Moenchengladbach on Friday in the 18th round of the Bundesliga. Although the hosts were leading 1-0 after Robert Lewandowski’s goal from 18th minute, Florian Neuhaus and Stefan Lainer decided the result before the break.

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The fall of the German champion was used by Borussia Dortmund. Marco Rose’s team won 3-2 at Eintracht Frankfurt away, despite losing 0-2 until the break after two goals by Rafael Borre. In the second half, however, Thorgan Hazard, Jude Bellingham and Mahmoud Dahoud scored for the visitors.

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This time the goal for Borussia was not scored by Erling Haaland, who is competing with Lewandowski for the crown of the Bundesliga’s top scorer. For the Norwegian it was the second league game in a row without a goal. Last time in the Bundesliga, Haaland scored on December 18 when he defeated goalkeeper Greuther Fuerth twice.

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Patrik Schick slightly recovered from the losses to Lewandowski. The Czech scored a goal for Bayer Leverkusen in a 2-2 draw against Union Berlin. Despite the fact that Bayer was leading after Schick’s goal, he later lost 1: 2 after two hits from Grisha Promel. Jonathan Tah saved a point for the hosts in the 84th minute.

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Bayern is in the lead with 43 points after 18 Bundesliga matches. The German champions are six points ahead of Borussia Dortmund and 12 points ahead of TSG Hoffenheim.

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Lewandowski is in the lead in the classification of scorers with 20 goals. Immediately behind him are Schick with 17 goals and Haaland in third with 13 goals.

The top scorers in the Bundesliga:

  1. Robert Lewandowski – 20 goals
  2. Patrik Schick – 17 Goals
  3. Erling Haaland – 13 Goals
  4. Anthony Modeste – 11 Goals
  5. Taiwo Awoniyi, Serge Gnabry – 9 goals

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