Bundesliga games returned yet again this weekend with another round of matches decided across match venues.
36 yellow cards, 1 red card,7 goals, 4 away wins and 1 home win were recorded in 5 games played so far.
Match day 29 kicked off yesterday with a Bayer Leverkusen winning away at Freiburg thanks to a Kai Hervertz second half goal Off a Leon Bailey assist.
The goal scored by Havertz was his 35th in the Bundesliga thereby inking his name into history books by becoming the first player to hit 35 Bundesliga goals before the age of 21.
Four other matches were slated for today simultaneously with Bayern Munich hosting Fortuna Dusseldorf in the last game of the day.
Hertha Berlin continued their impressive form since the league returned with a two nil win over Augsburg. Goals from Javairo Dilrosun and Krzysztof Piatek ensure that Old Lady returned to the capital with 3 points in the bag. Hertha Berlin has remained unbeaten winning three matches and drawing one game while scoring 11 goals and conceding 2 in the process.
Meanwhile Schalke 04 form deepens further with another loss at home to relegation threatened Werder Bremen. The Royal Blues who are yet to pick a point since the league returned lost by a lone goal to Bremen. The David Werner tutored side has only managed to score one goal while conceding ten goals.
Other games saw Mainz 05 losing at home to Hoffenheim and Eintracht Frankfurt secured a 2-1 away at Wolfsburg.
Defending Champion Bayern Munich were leading three nil at halftime against Fortuna Dusseldorf as at the time of this report.