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Football – German Bundesliga: The Bundesliga celebrates six goals – Hertha creates space – Sports

Berlin (AFP) – With five goals in 14 minutes, Borussia Dortmund are almost certain to qualify for the Champions League.

Dortmund won in B 6-1 (5-0) against Wolfsburg, with four games remaining at the end of the season, and his team leads over fifth-placed Freiburg by 12 points. Club Riyadi won 3-0 (2-0) over VFL Bochum.

In the fight against relegation, Hertha Berlin made up for it by beating FC Augsburg 1-0 (0-0) and leaving the relegation center now occupied by Stuttgart. The Swabians could not get past the 0-0 tie on FSV Mainz 05.

Meet the young BVB

Bundesliga player Tom Roth scored for the first time for Dortmund in the 24th minute, and his teammates celebrated the 17-year-old. The national under-19 player switched to Dortmund from youth team FC St. Pauli last summer and is now the fourth youngest goalscorer in the Bundesliga.

Axel Witsel (ranked 26), Manuel Akanji (ranked 28), Emre Can (ranked 35) and Erling Haaland (ranked 38) all succeeded a little later – BVB’s record for the first time since April 13, 2013 (at the time at SpVgg Greuther Fürth) ). Five goals before the end of the first half. Haaland, whose future is still being speculated about, scored again after the change (54th place). Riddell Baku (81) scored late for Wolfsburg.

Red for Stafylidis

Freiburg took the lead through Lukas Kobler (5th), Roland Sly (16) followed early before also scoring in the second half to make it 3-0 (53rd place). Konstantinos Stavelidis of Bochum received a red card after a severe foul on Salai (68th place). VFL coach Thomas Reese received a red card from referee Sasha Stegmann and was sent to the stands (70 minutes).

Swat Serdar (49) scored for Berlin after the previous Augsburg introduction of Marco Richter. The 24-year-old received his fifth yellow card (65th place) in the heated match and will miss Hertha next weekend against Stuttgart.

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