The Bundesliga match week 29 continued today, with the beginning of a new match week, leaving its watchers and club's fans with amusing moments and performances and also classic entertainment from the clubs.
Beginning today's fixtures, Bayern visited Wolfsburg, ending the game 2:3, with Bayern claiming all three points. Augsburg settled for a point against Arminia, ending the game in a goalless draw. Union Berlin claimed all points against VfB Stuttgart, playing 2:1. SC Freiburg also took all points against Schalke, playing 4:0, and Monchengladbach defeated Frankfurt 4:0.
As Bayern, Union Berlin, Freiburg, Monchengladbach add points, and Wolfsburg, Arminia, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Augsburg drop points, this is how the bundesliga currently looks like.
Meanwhile in the premier league, Newcastle claimed all points against West Ham, ending the game 3:2.
And as Newcastle add points, and West Ham drop points, this is how the premier league table also looks like.
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