Dortmund and Leipzig won the respective matches on Saturday evening. Bundesliga was exciting during the Saturday evening, so let’s review the games.

Mainz 0-4 Dortmund Borussia

As you may know, Dortmund advanced to the next level of the Champions League. Miracle helped Dortmund to succeed and advance to playoff mode. Barcelona could win the match in Milan, so Dortmund could smoothly go for the last 16 of the Champions League.

After Champions League success, Dortmund had to play away match. Mainz was excellent from the start but could not keep up with Favre’s team. Lucian Favre started with Hazard and Sancho on the wings of attacks. At the same time, Marco Reus was the center forward. Despite the return of Alcacer, Favre is not trusting Spanish forward and relies on Marco Reus.

Four goals from Dortmund

As we have mentioned above, Mainz could keep up with Dortmund for the first 30 minutes. On 32nd minute, Dortmund was able to score an easy goal. After a perfect combination, Marco Reus took the ball and scored a beautiful goal.

Dortmund won the first half with only one goal. In the second half, Favre’s players decided to increase the lead right away. After 20 minutes of trying, Dortmund could get the desired second goal. First, we saw a goal from Jayden Sancho on the 66th minute. After three minutes, Hazard could score another goal and gave three goals that lead to Dortmund. In the end, we saw another goal from Schulz. Dortmund won the match with four goals lead.

Dusseldorf 0-3 Leipzig

Leipzig had a mid-week match in France. German club could win the first half against Lyon but could not keep up with a result. In the end, Lyo could come-back and draw against Leipzig.

Nagelsmann’s team advanced to the next level of Champions League from the first place of the group. On Saturday, Leipzig had an away match against Dusseldorf. As it seems, Nagelsmann’s players could easily take three points from Dusseldorf.

Partick Schick, Timo Werner, and Mukiele could score goals. Overall, Leipzig scored three goals and has not conceded from Dusseldorf.