It was a goal raining Matchday in the German Bundesliga as 41 goals were scored, being the first time in 33 years.

League topscorer Robert Lewandowski and former Golden Boy winner Erling Haaland found the next in a keenly contested Der Klassiker as Bayern Munich ran out 3-2 winners over Borrusia Dortmund at the Signal Iduna park.

Elsewhere in Berlin, Red hot Nigerian striker Taiwo Awoniyi continued his scoring form with his 9th league goal of the season as his Union Berlin side were 2-1 winners over RB Leipzig who have now parted ways with their American manager, Jesse Marsch on mutual consent.

Bayer Leverkusen plummeted Gruether Furth by 7-1 a game in which Czech Republican Patrik Schick scored a haul [4 goals].

The Matchday continued to see goals this time six different scorers helped SC Freiburg run away with a 6-0 thumping of Borrusia Mochenbgladbach.

Bayern are still top of the league and have now seen their lead increase to a 4-point gap over second placed Dortmund. The Bavarian giants have 34 points while their rivals Dortmund have 30 points.

Not far off in third spot is Bayer Leverkusen who are third with 27 points but have SC Freiburg giving them a chase with 25 points in 4th place.