Bundesliga Matchday 5 round-up

Matchweek 5 has been completed and there are a number of talking points to have been created over the weekend of some rather fast-paced and frantic action to have taken place in Germany’s Bundesliga.

Of course, there are a number of notable storylines and narratives to have emerged over the course of the fixtures that were played, although there are some plot lines that would have been easy to have predicted ahead of their kickoffs, as there is some predictability that can be associated with the German game at times.

For instance, FC Bayern Munich continued to assert their dominance in German football as they managed to demolish VfL Bochum 7-0, with Robert Lewandowski managing to get on the scoresheet once again.

However, perhaps the surprising aspect of this result is that the Poland international only managed to net one goal in the game. Nonetheless, he still managed to break another goalscoring record, which does not come as a surprise.

Having been last season’s top scorer with an all-time Bundesliga record of 41, the solitary goal he scored at the weekend was enough to make him the first Bundesliga player to score in 13 consecutive home games. His ability in front of goal is something bettors who use the best high roller casinos USA has to offer could only dream of having when gambling on the top games available!

Not to be outdone in regards to goalscoring, Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland had continued to make his own records and show that it does not matter where he is on any given matchday, he will continue to find the back of the net.

The Norwegian superstar managed to net a brace when BVB defeated Union Berlin 4-2 at the weekend, as he took his overall tally to 47 goals in 48 Bundesliga matches. In doing so, he also becomes the youngest player within the German division to reach that mark at the tender age of 21.

Additionally, both Haaland and Lewandowski managed to make it seven goals each inside the first five matchdays to take place. There will be some concerned defences in matchday 6, if they were not already!

It is not just the talented strikers who have been making a point in front of goal, though, as Hertha Berlin’s newest acquisition decided to get in on the act over the weekend.

Jurgen Ekkelenkamp had the perfect start to his career at his new club, despite having had to start with a place on the bench against Greuther Fuerth. After coming on as a second-half substitute, the midfielder managed to score 87 seconds after coming onto the pitch, thus making him hold the record for the fastest player to score on debut for the club in history, whilst he also assisted the winner. With a performance like that, he might want to test himself at jackpotjill online casino as he might just have a lucky touch!

There might be some concern at RB Leipzig after their awful week continued, with Jesse Marsch’s side failing to win against Cologne (1-1 draw). Despite finishing runners-up, the team have failed to win in their last three league matches and are without an away win in six games.

They already sit nine points adrift of former manager, Julian Naglesmann and Bayern Munich at the top of the table.