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2019/2020 Season

1 Bayern 20 4 4 64
2 Dortmund 17 6 5 57
3 RB Leipzig 15 10 3 55
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Africans Abroad: Achraf Hakimi comes up short, Ademola Lookman costs Leipzig

Africa's stars in the German Bundesliga endured a tough round of midweek fixtures, as Achraf Hakimi's Borussia Dortmund came up short in Der Klassiker while a momentary misjudgment from Ademola Lookman cost RB Leipzig dearly as they were held by Cologne.

All eyes were on Hakimi after an encouraging restart to the season -- and a goal against Wolfsburg at the weekend -- but his performance as Dortmund were defeated 1-0 by Bayern Munich in the biggest fixture of the German football calendar may have...

Bayern Munich's Davies tops 21 mph chasing down Dortmund's Haaland

Bayern's Davies says where he thinks he would come in a 100m race against the world's fastest players.
Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller jokingly compares teammate Alphonso Davies' speed to the Road Runner.
Joshua Kimmich's goal gives Bayern Munich the win and a seven-point lead over rivals Borussia Dortmund.
Shaka Hislop assesses Erling Haaland's subpar performance in Borussia Dortmund's 1-0 loss to Bayern Munich.
Craig Burley wonders if Roman Burki should have saved Joshua Kimmich's winning goal for Bayern Munich.
Craig Burley questions Lucien Favre's decisions in Dortmund's pivotal 1-0 loss to Bayern Munich.

The way Alphonso Davies was running up and down the left flank for Bayern Munich on Tuesday had his teammates comparing him to a cartoon character: the Road Runner.

The Canadian teenager was one of Bayern's standout players as the club beat Borussia Dortmund 1-0 to close in on another Bundesliga title, with his marauding runs a key part of the visiting team's attack and defence.

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He likely prevented a goal when he raced...

Unstoppable Bayern set for Bundesliga title, while Dortmund rue their latest missed opportunity

Bundesliga title No. 30 took a giant step closer to the Sabenerstrasse, Bayern Munich's spiritual home, and where the "Meisterschale" has enjoyed summering for the past eight years. Tuesday's 1-0 road win over Borussia Dortmund offered a neat summary of why it's Groundhog Day in Germany, no matter how annoying this is to all the neutrals who wanted to see a genuine title race go down to the wire, instead of seeing Bayern seven points clear with six games to go.

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