Matchday 29: Bayern in crisis – Hertha also loses with Dardai

29th matchday
FC Bayern in crisis – Hertha also loses with Dardai

Bayern stumbles: Joshua Kimmich (front) in a duel with Leandro Barreiro Martins from Mainz. photo

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FC Bayern clearly loses in the Bundesliga in Mainz. Borussia Dortmund can benefit. At Hertha BSC the Dardai effect is missing. VfL Bochum also loses significantly.

FC Bayern is still in a deep crisis. The Munich team lost three days after being eliminated from the Champions League in the Bundesliga 1: 3 (1: 0) at FSV Mainz 05, the former club of the new coach Thomas Tuchel.

In the evening (6.30 p.m. / Sky) Borussia Dortmund can take over the lead in the table from the record champions with a win against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Defeat for Hertha and Dardai

In the fight against relegation, the new, old Hertha coach Pal Dardai experienced a severely disappointing return to the Bundesliga sidelines. The Berliners lost against Werder Bremen after three goals from Marvin Ducksch with 2: 4 (0: 2) and remain bottom of the table.

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim suffered a setback after the last four games without defeat in a 1: 3 (0: 2) against 1. FC Köln. VfL Bochum also remains 15th in the table after beating VfL Wolfsburg 5-1 (0-3). one place behind Hoffenheim in acute danger of relegation.

Bayern had to do without Alphonso Davies early on, who had to be substituted injured, with Noussair Mazraoui replacing him in the 9th minute. Sadio Mané (29th) then scored the opening goal. The record champions clearly dominated the game in this phase, but failed to score more goals early on. Ludovic Ajorque (65th), Leandro Barreiro (73rd) and birthday boy Aarón Martín (79th) punished sensationally in the second half.

Three hits from Werders Ducksch

The outstanding Ducksch scored in Berlin in the 6th, 27th and 51st minute. Hertha had no chance in the first half in the sold-out Olympic Stadium for long stretches, next Sunday the Berliners are guests at FC Bayern. Mitchell Weiser (63rd) followed suit for Bremen. The hits from Jessic Ngankam (68th) and Dodi Lukébakio (79th / penalty kick) didn’t help Hertha anymore either.

Victories for Cologne and Wolfsburg

The Cologne team benefited from a hand penalty decision by referee Robin Braun, who stood in for Benjamin Brand, who was absent at short notice. Florian Kainz (18th) scored from the point. Davie Selke (39th) scored the second Cologne goal, Jan Thielmann (90th + 2) the third. Kasper Dolberg (90+4) was successful later for TSG.

Wolfsburg took the lead in the tenth minute through Mattias Svanberg’s header, Jakub Kamiński followed up (21′) before Patrick Wimmer (33′) scored. Bochum had little to counter in the first half – at the latest after Svanberg’s second goal (56th) the game was decided. The interim 1: 4 by Moritz Broschinski (69th) did not change anything because Luca Waldschmidt also scored for Wolfsburg (77th).


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