Bayern Munich strengthen position at head of Bundesliga with big win over Hoffenheim

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Bayern Munich has strengthened their position at the top of the Bundesliga after winning a crushing victory over Hoffenheim and beating them in their home 6-0 today, Saturday in the 24th round of the competition.

The match was halted twice due to the behavior of Bayern supporters, who raised banners insulting investor Dietmar Hopp who financially supported Hoffenheim, and the second save was made in the 77th minute and lasted several minutes before the players from both teams returned to the field and passed the ball to each other for 13 minutes to voice their objection to the behavior of the fans. Until the referee announces the final whistle, announcing Bayern’s victory.

Bayern increased their score to 52 points in the first place, four points ahead of their closest rival, Leipzig, who finished second in the game tomorrow against Bayer Leverkusen on Sunday, while Hoffenheim’s balance was frozen at 34 points.

Serge Gnabry opened the scoring for Bayern in the second minute and Joshua Kimmich added the team’s second goal in the seventh minute.

After that, Joshua Zirkzee scored Bayern’s third goal in the 15th minute, and Philippe Coutinho added the team’s fourth goal in the 33rd minute.

A minute after the start of the second half, Coutinho scored his second and fifth goals for Bayern, then substitute teammate Leon Goretzka scored the sixth goal in the 62nd minute before playing stopped in the 77th minute.

After witnessing the opening seconds of the first half, Bayern fans fired fireworks, the game stopped in the 65th minute when fans raised banners that were insulting to the investor, who was present in the stands alongside Karl-Heinz Rummenigge who kissed him and apologized to him.

In another match, Borussia Dortmund continued to chase Bayern Munich and Leipzig at the top of the German Football League by beating the Freiburg home team 1-0 in the 15th minute.

Dortmund increased their score to 48 points in third place, with a goal difference only behind Leipzig, while Freiburg’s balance froze to 33 points in ninth place.

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