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Bundesliga 2020/21 - [6. Spieltag] - 30th Oct-2nd Nov, 2020

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all kick-offs 14.30 (GMT) unless stated

Friday 30th October, 2020
Schalke vs Stuttgart, 19.30

Saturday 31st October, 2020
Koln vs Bayern Munich
Arminia Bielefeld vs Borussia Dortmund
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Werder Bremen
Augsburg vs Mainz
Borussia Monchengladbach vs RB Leipzig, 17.30

Sunday 1st November, 2020
Freiburg vs Bayer Leverkusen
Hertha Berlin vs Wolfsburg, 17.00

Monday 2nd November, 2020
Hoffenheim vs Union Berlin, 19.30

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Augsburg has been fallen like a rock, but a win this weekend would be massive and much needed. The only team that has fallen faster is Hertha as they haven't done anything since their opening win. 

Would love to see Gladbach knock off RB, as I'd still rather have Bayern win the league than them. 

 

 

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I get the RB hate, but I'd rather see anyone but Bayern win it all.  Not good for the league when one team wins so many in a row.  Serie A has become a joke, although there is hope for this season.

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On 28/10/2020 at 15:11, Eco said:

Augsburg has been fallen like a rock, but a win this weekend would be massive and much needed. The only team that has fallen faster is Hertha as they haven't done anything since their opening win. 

Would love to see Gladbach knock off RB, as I'd still rather have Bayern win the league than them. 

 

 

Hertha have been a big disappointment so far this season, given all the money they have spent on new players over the last year or so. But the writing was kind of on the wall with their terrible pre-season results. Labbadia has surprisingly still not managed to turn things around with them. They've lost their last 4 Bundesliga matches, which is terrible form for a club like them.

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27 minutes ago, Michael said:

Hertha have been a big disappointment so far this season, given all the money they have spent on new players over the last year or so. But the writing was kind of on the wall with their terrible pre-season results. Labbadia has surprisingly still not managed to turn things around with them. They've lost their last 4 Bundesliga matches, which is terrible form for a club like them.

Agreed, they should definitely reinstate Klinsmann.

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Huge game for Schalke tonight. It's early in the season but even so you still don't want to be cut adrift in the relegation places. We are just desperate for a win regardless of how we get it. This run without one has gone past ridiculous now! Players need to roll up their sleeves and battle for that Royal Blue Jersey. Too many of them don't look interested and they are getting away with it because there are no fans in there to shout at them (300 allowed tonight).

I watched Stuttgart last week v Koln. They were great for 10 minutes, and pretty average for the other 80. It's a good chance to get our first win although I predict a 1-1 draw.

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Just me who thought that should be a penalty?

Paciencia has his arm held by the defender. If that was a shirt-pull that would be a foul so why not being held back by the arm?

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Schalke open the scoring! 

Deep free-kick is headed in at the back-post by Thiaw!

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Thiaw was born in Düsseldorf by the way! To a father from Senegal and a mother from Finland. He used to play for Fortuna as a kid, but since we had a shitty youth system back then, he was poached by the big boys from the region. :( 

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30 minutes ago, Stan said:

Just me who thought that should be a penalty?

Paciencia has his arm held by the defender. If that was a shirt-pull that would be a foul so why not being held back by the arm?

Thought Paciencia made a meal out of it... No penalty was the right decision, imo.

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1 minute ago, nudge said:

Thought Paciencia made a meal out of it... No penalty was the right decision, imo.

Hmm I think his own reaction did go against him. That classic 'dive' pose. Twisted body and over-exaggerated fall. You're probably right.

3 minutes ago, Tommy said:

Thiaw was born in Düsseldorf by the way! To a father from Senegal and a mother from Finland. He used to play for Fortuna as a kid, but since we had a shitty youth system back then, he was poached by the big boys from the region. :( 

Boy done good! 

This is the most confident and organised I've seen Schalke in a while. 

They're actually defending okay...

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That one definitely is a penalty under the laws. Might not have been intentional but will be a penalty.

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Great first half, Mainz are incredibly poor, and Augsburg are up 1-0 at halftime. 

 

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Mats Hummels taps home from close range to score after he connected with an excellent Sancho corner.

Arminia Bielefeld 0-1 Dortmund

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Onisiwo equalises for Mainz against Augsburg.

Augsburg 1-1 Mainz

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Ugh - Mainz score off of a tough challenge that wasn't called on Vargas, thus leading to the goal. Thought Gummy should have done better there but nope. 

1-1

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Frankfurt equalise against Werder with a goal by Andre Silva!

Frankfurt 1-1 Werder Bremen

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A mistake by Mbom, completely unnecessary :(

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Mats Hummels scores his 2nd goal for Dortmund as he heads home a Marco Reus cross!

Arminia Bielefeld 0-2 Dortmund

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Atta boy! 

Augsburg back on top thanks to Hanh!

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Augsburg retake the lead through Hahn!

Augsburg 2-1 Mainz

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Koln pull a goal back against Bayern through Drexler!

Koln 1-2 Bayern Munich

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Hummels looks like he is injured and it seems like he will be substituted. He's been Dortmund's best player today, sad to see him hobble off in this way.

 

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Augsburg score a 3rd goal as Hahn scores his 2nd goal of the game!

Augsburg 3-1 Mainz

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Another point from the match where we were the worse team again, but managed to score and then defend well enough not to lose. I'll take it... 

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Of course they put Thuram on the bench after I bought him in Comunio. 

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Alario scores his 2nd goal of the game to give Leverkusen a 2-1 lead away to Freiburg in this 1st half. Alario has been on fire in recent weeks as the Argentine has been scoring for fun.

Freiburg 1-2 Bayer Leverkusen

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