Borussia Dortmund is still exciting in the Bundesliga. Swiss coach Lucien Favre’s formation also won the second game since the resumption of the competition, away from Wolfsburg (2-0).
The difference with league-leader Bayern Munich is now only one point. Bayern will still play at home against Eintracht Frankfurt later on Saturday. On Tuesday, the top match between Dortmund and Bayern is on the program, which, like all matches, is played without an audience.
Halfway through Dortmund led by a hit by Raphaël Guerreiro. The left back, already good for eight goals this season, scored after preliminary work by Thorgan Hazard. Again after a well-played attack, Achraf Hakimi made it 2-0 after the resumption.
Wout Weghorst played with Wolfsburg, which saw Felix Klaus leave with the red card in the final phase.
Leverkusen replaced Borussia Mönchengladbach from third place. The formation of trainer Peter Bosz won 3-1 in Mönchengladbach. Kai Havertz was again of great importance with two hits.