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How the German Bundesliga Table Looks After Matchday 8

  The matchday 8 of the German Bundesliga ended on Sunday with Augsburg's one-all draw against Arminia Bielefeld

   Bayern Munich is presently ahead of the pack after an impressive 5-1 win against Bayer Leverkusen. Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry scored braces as Bayern Munich climbed back to the top of the table. They now have 19 points from 8 games this season.  

   Bayern Munich is followed by Borussia Dortmund. Borussia Dortmund won their matchday day 8 match against Mainz by three goals to one as Erling Haaland got a brace. Borussia Dortmund has gotten 18 points from 8 games this season. The third team on the standings is Bayer Leverkusen, who were walloped 5-1 by Bayern Munich. They have collected 16 points from eight matches this season. 

  Freiburg is fourth on the standings with a point tally of 16 points. They are tied on points with Bayer Leverkusen but separated by goal difference. Union Berlin is fifth on the log with 15 points from their first eight games of the season. They won their matchday 8 match against Wolfsburg by two goals to nil. 

   Wolfsburg is sixth on the log with 13 points. They are followed by FC Koln who has collected 12 points in the German Bundesliga this season. FC Koln lost their matchday 8 match to Hoffenheim by five goals to nil. 

   RB Liepzig, Hoffenheim, and Borussia Monchengladbach have all collected 11 points this season. They are ranked eighth, ninth, and tenth on the league standings as of matchday 8. Mainz is eleventh with a point tally of 10 points.

    Mainz is followed by Stuttgart and Hertha Berlin, both of whom have collected 9 points this season and are only separated by goal difference. Eintracht Frankfurt is fourteenth with 8 points and Bochum is fifteenth after collecting only 7 points this season. 

    Augsburg's draw against Arminia Bielefeld means that they now have 6 points this season but are still sixteenth on the log. Augsburg is followed by Arminia Bielefeld who has collected five points this season. Greuther Fuerth is rock bottom with the team yet to get their first German Bundesliga win this season. 

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