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Bundesliga is back with no audience at the stadium

Bundesliga is back with no audience at the stadium
Against all odds and in contrary to France and Netherlands the German Football Bundesliga has restarted the first and the second league under strict Corona conditions – now with the second match day finalized. And also the third league will follow soon.
The only club that was not allowed to play is Dynamo Dresden of the second league whose team is forced to follow a 14-day quarantine as some players and staff were found Covid-19 positive. Dresden is counting down the days to join the other teams on the next match day. Top match of the ongoing 28th match day of the second league is the game of VFB Stuttgart versus Hamburger SV both teams regularly part of the Bundesliga and this season ambitiously fighting to get promoted again. Third ranked Stuttgart with ex-national player Mario Gomez aiming at taking over the second rank of their opponent.
In the 1. Bundesliga Bayern Munich could win their trendsetting encounter with Borussia Dortmund with a magnificent goal of Kimmich duping Swiss national goalkeeper Bürki by subtly dinking the ball over him from far distance. The match ended with a narrow 0:1 for Munich with both teams missing out chances to score and a couple of disputed scenes that could have resulted in penalties.
Paderborn and Werder Bremen both drew their matches without goals against Augsburg and Gladbach and remain last in the table. Düsseldorf achieved an important win over Schalke resulting in a 5 point lead over Bremen.
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