Champions Bayern Munich and Freiburg stay the main unbeaten groups in the Bundesliga after the club from Germany’s Black Forest beat Augsburg 3-0 at home on Sunday in the last game at their Schwarzwald Stadion ground.
The hosts overwhelmed battling Augsburg with protector Lukas Kuebler, striker Lucas Hoeler and Italian deadball expert Vincenzo Grifo getting the objectives.
Kuebler gave the hosts the lead after only six minutes, clearing home the bounce back from a tight point after the guests’ chief Christian Guenter had his shot parried.
Hoeler multiplied the lead when he beat two men prior to chipping progressing Augsburg goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz for an amazing objective.
Grifo made it 3-0 following 34 minutes when he sent Gikiewicz the incorrect way from the punishment sport.
It was Freiburg’s last game at the Schwarzwald Stadion, where the club has been based since 1954, preceding moving into another best in class arena.
Bayern partake in a noteworthy lead at the highest point of the table subsequent to winning 3-1 at Greuther Fuerth on Friday regardless of having had safeguard Benjamin Pavard shipped off.
Freiburg are additionally unbeaten under lead trainer Christian Streich as their record of three successes and three attracts lifts them to fifth in the table.
They are level on 12 focuses with fourth-put Borussia Dortmund, who collided with a shock 1-0 loss at Moenchengladbach on Saturday without harmed star striker Erling Braut Haaland and skipper Marco Reus.
Bochum stay second from base in the table after a goalless attract at home to Stuttgart prior on Sunday.
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