2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
4-6-14, 17th in German Bundesliga
Josh Sargent: Wonder goal 'big weight off my shoulders' (2:01)
Frankfurt through to DFB-Pokal semifinals (1:31)
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34dStephan Uersfeld

German clubs chant 'Nazis out' in Hanau tribute

Chants of "Nazis Out" could be heard in stadiums across Germany as supporters held a minute's silence for the victims of the Hanau terror attack.

Why isn't Erling Haaland starting for Dortmund yet? (1:28)
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Haaland, Reyna score but Dortmund out of Cup

Werder Bremen stunned Borussia Dortmund despite goals from in-form striker Erling Haaland and U.S. youngster Giovanni Reyna.

Haaland and Reyna score as Dortmund crash out (1:40)
Gio Reyna nets an absolute beauty for Dortmund (1:03)
Haaland continues his scoring streak (0:53)
Bittencourt's sensational strike puts Bremen up by 2 (1:02)
Bremen go in front through Selke (1:01)
How the Bundesliga nurtures North America's next generation (1:34)
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Coutinho hat trick in 6-1 demolition of Bremen

Bayern Munich's Philippe Coutinho scored a hat trick and Robert Lewandowski added two more goals as the champions demolished Werder Bremen 6-1.


Paderborn snatch second win of season

Struggling Paderborn snatched only their second Bundesliga win of the season on Sunday, beating Werder Bremen 1-0 away with a last-minute goal award

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Gladbach go four clear at top of Bundesliga

Patrick Herrmann scored twice as Borussia Monchengladbach eased past Werder Bremen 3-1 to open up a four-point lead at the top of the Bundesliga.

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U.S.'s Sargent scores stunner in Bremen win

Josh Sargent scored a brilliant goal on his first Bundesliga start of the season and Yuya Osako grabbed two as Werder Bremen defeated Augsburg.

RankingsGerman Bundesliga

Goal Difference-2818th
Goals Scored27Tied-17th
Goals Conceded5518th