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Bundesliga roundup after 19 games

Bundesliga Roundup - New top 3 in the German top-flight after Leverkusen loss

February 1, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
Bayern kept their lead over RB Leipzig, but there were some interesting movements among the contenders for European competitions.

The 2020-21 Bundesliga season reached its halfway point this weekend with Bayern München at the top of the table. Die Roten kept their advantage over second place RB Leipzig, but the really interesting movements came in spots three to five, as Bayer Leverkusen's loss to Leipzig saw them leave the top four spots. Now, Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt are ranked third and fourth due to the Werkself's defeat. At the bottom of the table, Schalke rescued one point against Werder Bremen, but their chances of avoiding relegation seem far if they can't add points to their tally.

Top five teams in the Bundesliga until February 5

Bayern's lead at the top did not change, but Wolfsburg's recent form could see the white and green team become quite a threat for Die Roten Bullen.

Bundesliga's Top 3 scorers

2020 Ballon D'Or winner Robert Lewandowski added one more goal to his impressive tally, but André Silva's brace saw him get a bit closer to the Polish ace. Dortmund's Erling Braut Haaland completes the podium this week despite not being able to score against Augsburg.

Bundesliga - Top headlines

  • Robert Lewandowski keeps up with record-breaking form - The Polish striker is 14 goals away from owning the record for most goals scored in a single Bundesliga season. Only time will tell of the striker can beat the legendary Gerd Müller, who established the record in 1972.

  • Wolfsburg's form earns them Top 3 spot - Other than Bayern, the Wolves own the hottest streak without a loss in the league right now, and that form made them leapfrog Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt in the race for a spot in next year's UEFA Champions League. Will they keep up the good work?

  • Matthew Hoppe signs long-term deal with Schalke - The American sensation has put pen to paper to a two year deal with Die Knappen. Surely, the blue and white side will hope to see the footballer help them in their efforts to avoid relegation in the Bundesliga this season.

Top matches to watch in the Bundesliga from February 5-7, 2021

  • Hertha vs Bayern - The team from the German capital are in dire need of a win to help their chances to avoid relegation. Bayern, as always, will try to put up an impressive goalscoring display that may help Lewandowski extend his lead as the league's top scorer.

  • Schalke 04 vs RB Leipzig - Die Knappen need to turn things around if they want to avoid relegation, and what better way to do so than beating title contenders RB Leipzig. It will not be an easy task, but Schalke really need the points as soon as possible to try and maintain their spot in the Bundesliga next year.

  • Freiburg vs Borussia Dortmund - The Black and Yellow are desperate to return to the top spots in the tournament, and their clash against Freiburg seems like the proper opportunity to do just that. Freiburg have only won one of their last four, and that fact alone could be enough reason for Dortmund to build their hopes up.

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