Marco Reus led Borussia Dortmund to a 1-0 victory over its guest Bayer Leverkusen in the opening round of the German Football League.
Sharjah 24 – Asaad Khalil:
Borussia Dortmund opened its new season of the German Football League with a difficult victory over its guest Bayer Leverkusen 1 / 0, in the opening round of the Bundesliga.
Union Berlin started with an exciting 3-1 victory over its guest, Hertha Berlin, in the derby match that brought them together.
Freiburg taught its host Augsburg a hard lesson, winning it 4-0.
In the rest of the matches, Borussia Moenchengladbach defeated its guest Hoffenheim 3-1, Mainz defeated its host Bochum 2-1, and Werder Bremen drew its host Wolfsburg 2-2.
At the Signal Iduna Park, captain Marco Reus scored the decisive goal for Dortmund in the tenth minute, from a follow-up to Karim Ademi’s shot, which was blocked by Leverkusen’s goalkeeper.
Leverkusen ended the match with ten men after Lukas Hradecky was sent off in overtime.
At the Ander Alten Försterei stadium, Union Berlin ended the first half with a goal scored by Jordan Sebachio in the 32nd minute.
In the second half, Sheraldo Becker added the second goal for Union Berlin in the 50th minute, and five minutes later, Robin Knoch scored the third goal.
Dodi Lukebakio scored the only goal for Hertha Berlin five minutes before the end of the match.
And at the Impulse Arena, Freiburg snatched a thrilling victory from the stadium of its host Augsburg, with three goals without a response.
Freiburg scored his four goals in the second half, as Mikael Gregorich opened the scoring in the 46th minute, and only two minutes later Vincenzo Grifo added the second goal, Matthias Ginter secured the third goal in the 61st minute, and Ritso Doan scored the fourth goal in the 78th minute.
At the Volkswagen Arena, Wolfsburg tied with its guest Werder Bremen with two goals for the same.
Lukas Nemesha advanced with a goal for Wolfsburg in the 11th minute, but Werder Bremen responded with two goals signed by Niklas Volkrug and Leonardo Pettencourt in the 21st and 23rd minutes.
Six minutes before the end of the match, Josha Guilafuji scored the equalizer for Wolfsburg.
At Borussia Park, Hoffenheim was subjected to an early shock, represented by the expulsion of Stefan Bosch in the 19th minute, but despite the numerical shortage, Robert Skov managed to advance with a goal for the visiting team in the 26th minute.
Three minutes before the end of the first half, Algerian international defender Rami Bensabaini equalized for Borussia Moenchengladbach, and French striker Marcos Thuram added the second goal in the 72nd minute, and Nico Elvedi confirmed the victory of the hosts by scoring the third goal in the 79th minute.
At Rorsstadion, Mainz advanced through Karim Onisio in the 26th minute, then Kevin Stoeger equalized for Bochum in the 39th minute, but Karim Onisio scored the winning goal for Mainz in the 77th minute.
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