Hello lovelies, here is a Bundesliga round-up from this weekend where almost every single club drew -- no joke. So the table was a little stagnant.
Bayern Munich 2 -- 1 Borussia Monchengladbach
1-0 -- Mario Gomez - 19'
I think that the goal celebration may even be better than the goal itself.
1-1 -- Roel Brouwers - 28'
I'm glad that Mario Gomez is finally getting stars. There's entirely no point in making such a huge investment to have him not play at all.
But I still feel for my baby Miro.
Badstuber is such a cutie pie (the one to the left). But on less of a superficial level he's honestly showing up Lahm at this point -- well, save for the goal he gave away.
2-1 -- Holger Badstuber - 75'
Hannover 96 0 -- 0 Bayer Leverkusen
And like most of the games this weekend Leverkusen was held to a draw -- which is amazing considering the form Kiessling has been in recently. For the gals who support Liverpool this is the team that Sami went to; he's been awesome from what I've seen.
Adler in the center looking like a mad scientist.
Hamburg SV 0 -- 0 TSG Hoffenheim
Timo, how've ya been buddy?
Bruno contemplating the injury crisis?
VfL Wolfsburg 2 -- 2 SC Freiburg
How the mighty Wolfsburg have fallen.
This match was out of control though -- including a penalty (which should not have been one) and an own goal.
Banovic scoring from the spot.
Borussia Dortmund 4 -- 0 Nurnberg
The photographers from Getty were feeling particularly artistic this week.
I couldn't find pictures of Dario Vidosic this week, who is by far my favorite Nurnberg player to look at. I love him and his scene kid hair.
Definitely take a look at the third goal. Actually, take a look at all of them.
I can't decide if the goalkeeper of Nurnberg, Alexander Stephan, just has rotten luck or the horrendous scoreline is definitely his fault.
VfB Stuttgart 1 -- 1 VfL Bochum
Although I did not get an opportunity to watch the match what I can say is that the aftermath seemed almost a little more eventful than the photos of the match itself.
Case in point.
This image is too ironic for me to handle.
Eintracht Frankfurt 2 -- 0 Mainz
Altogether, I think Mainz is the team with by some of the most interesting hair specimens in the Bundesliga. Take Bance for example who coordinates his hair to his kit.
And who Tuchel thinks his comb over is working -- but it's not.
This was after Meier's goal which made in 2 -- 0.
1-0 -- P. Ochs -- 29′
2-0 -- Alexander Meier -- 90′
FC Cologne 0 -- 0 Werder Bremen
Not entirely sure who this person is.
But I guess this about summarizes the scoreline.
Ain't no one got thighs like mom!
Schalke 04 2 -- 0 Hertha Berlin
It's truly unfortunate that Hertha only woke up in the last ten minutes of the match. But by then it was too late, I think. And a penalty was slotted home in injury time.
BRB Kuryani just had to kill the deadlock.
AND SO AT THE END OF THE DAY. . .
And how is Bundesliga II. shaping up?
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