The successful run of Eintracht Frankfurt is also from FC Bayern not stopped. Coach Adi Hütter’s team celebrated a 2-1 home win over the German soccer champions on Saturday and is fourth in the table, only seven points behind the leaders. The second RB Leipzig would reduce the gap to Munich with an away win on Sunday over Hertha BSV to two points.
The match between SC Freiburg and Union Berlin ended 1-0 for the guests. Arch-rivals FC Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund met in the evening game (6.30 p.m.), and third VfL Wolfsburg and coach Oliver Glasner had already won 3-0 at Arminia Bielefeld on Friday.
His Austrian coaching colleague Hütter also had reason to celebrate. His Frankfurters took the lead through Daichi Kamada in the twelfth minute after David Alaba missed a Stangl pass from Filip Kostic.
The Hessians 2-0 result from a shot by Amin Younes into the Kreuzeck (31st).
The second half was clearly dominated by the guests, but more than one goal from Robert Lewandowski (53rd) was no longer visible for the reigning Champions League winner and club world champion. Martin Hinteregger played through with the winners as well as Alaba with the guests. Stefan Ilsanker came on the field in the 68th minute.
The Frankfurt team brought nine wins and one draw from the last ten rounds.
The guests took the lead through Onisiwo, who sank the ball via the inside pole in the long corner to his second goal of this season (10th). When Lars Stindel equalized (26th), Valentino Lazaro had his legs in the game.
The ÖFB-Internationale was exchanged in the 89th minute, Hannes Wolf was exchanged for Lazaro in the 81st minute. At Mainz Onisiwo left the pitch in the 69th minute, Philipp Mwene played through.
The striker scored the gold goal against Cologne with a remarkable header in the 49th minute and was replaced in the 74th minute. Kalajdzic already has eleven competitive goals this season.
The re was also a 1-0 away win for Union Berlin against Freiburg, Grischa Prömel was responsible for the goal (64th). Captain Christopher Trimmel was on duty with the Berliners over the entire distance, as was Philipp Lienhart on the other side.