Joe Scally and Borussia Monchengladbach moved themselves into the Bundesliga’s top ten as they were able to slip past Hoffenheim for the win.
Jordan Pefok kept his goal-scoring form going but had to leave the game with an injury as Borussia Monchengladbach settled for a point while Keven Paredes bagged his first goal of the season for Wolfsburg as they settled for the draw with Werder Bremen.
io Reyna got his first start for Borussia Dortmund, but he would only be on the field for only the first half as the team was able to salvage a point against Eintracht Frankfurt in a six-goal thriller.
Gio Reyna came off the bench for Borussia Dortmund and proved to be a key player for them as they sealed a win over Werder Bremen.
Jordan Pefok continued his progression gelling with the Borussia Monchengladbach lineup as he contributed an assist in their win over Bochum. Elsewhere, Lennard Maloney continued his push for a possible call-up for the October friendlies as Heidenheim recorded a win over slumping Union Berlin.
SC Verl captain Mael Corboz was the talk of the weekend as he led his team from a 2-0 deficit against MSV Duisburg to a come-from-behind win with a pair of goals. However, he believes the team can do better as they challenge for promotion from Germany’s 3. Liga.
Jordan Pefok scored his first goal for Borussia Monchengladbach since arriving on loan from Union Berlin as they came from behind to secure a point against Darmstadt. Elsewhere, Lennard Maloney and Heidenheim got their first-ever Bundesliga win in their game against Werder Bremen.
John Brooks led the charge for Hoffenheim as he scored the equalizing goal that pushed them to claim all three points over Wolfsburg, while Paxten Aaronson provided the assist to help Eintracht Frankfurt save a point in their game with Cologne.
Brendan Aaronson started again for Union Berlin, but he would only play 20 minutes as he was sent for an early shower in the team’s big win over Darmstadt. Meanwhile, John Brooks and Hoffenheim scored a huge comeback win over Lennard Maloney and Heidenheim.
Brenden Aaronson and Union Berlin kicked off the opening day of the Bundesliga in impressive fashion in their win over Mainz. Meanwhile, Joe Scally was involved in an eight-goal thriller with Borussia Monchengladbach.