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Football – Leipzig defends championship lead – Bayern tuned – Sport

Berlin (AP) – The RB Leipzig remains unchanged even after the fifth day of the Bundesliga. The leading riders won Saturday night thanks to goals from Willi Orban (13), Marcel Sabitzer (35) and Marcelo Saracchi (83) with a score of 3: 0 (2: 0) at Werder Bremen.

FC Bayern Munich, record champion, is the first pursuer with a 4-0 record (1-0) against Wiesn in the opening match against 1. FC Cologne. SC Freiburg missed the farewell of its club president, Fitz Keller, from a 1-1 1-1 draw against FC Augsburg.

In the ground duel, Hertha BSC celebrated his first win of the season by scoring 2: 1 (1-0) against SC Paderborn, who has not yet won as the only team in the league. league. Bayer Leverkusen won 2: 0 (2: 0) against Union Berlin and made amends for the 1: 2 Champions League brawl against Lok Moscow in the week.

Goalkeeper Robert Lewandowski has already made it in the third minute and became Bayern's first striker in 19 years, who met him for the first five days. Shortly after the break, the Pole gave up his new goal of the season (48) before Philippe Coutinho converted his own penalty into his first goal in the league (62). Kingsley Ehizibue had already seen the red card for his emergency brake. Ivan Perisic (73.) has yielded.

Lucas Höler scored in the 23rd minute with a rich right foot for Freiburg and also allowed Keller to rejoice. The 62-year-old will be elected president of the German Football Association on Friday and will resign from his position in Breisgau. Florian Niederlechner (39.) then managed the equalization. Friborg Nicolas Höfler (86) and Nils Petersen (88) met in the final phase only the pole,

In Berlin, Javairo Dilrosun (10th) took the lead for the battered old lady, who left the last place in Paderborn on the board. The visitors remained dangerous in the sequence and had several good chances, Marius Wolf (51) was nevertheless found for Hertha. Ben Zolinski (54.) scored the first goal two minutes later.

Leverkusen was led by Kevin Volland (20th) in the lead, three minutes before the striker was hit by a nie after using video evidence. Lucas Alario increased (25th). The unions, Sebastian Polter, saw a foul on the red card (66.), where the video assistant was also involved.