Riyadh Newspaper | Bayern crushes Schalke by six and takes the lead in the German League

Bayern Munich approached a new step towards its 11th consecutive title in the German Football League, by overwhelming its guest, Schalke 04, 6-0, today, Saturday, in the thirty-second stage of the Bundesliga.

In the rest of the matches, Union Berlin defeated its guest Freiburg 4/2, Eintracht Frankfurt beat its guest Mainz 3/0, Bochum beat its guest Augsburg 3/2, and Wolfsburg beat its guest Hoffenheim 2/1.

Two rounds before the end of the season, Bayern raised its lead to 68 points, four points ahead of its closest pursuers Borussia Dortmund, who will meet later today with its guest Borussia Mönchengladbach.

The first half ended with the Bavarian club advancing with two clean goals, as Thomas Mueller opened the scoring in the 21st minute, then Joshua Kimmich added the second goal from a penalty kick in the 29th minute.

In the second half, Serge Gnabry assumed the championship role by scoring the third and fourth goals in the 50th and 65th minutes.

The young French striker, Matthijs Till, ensured that the Bavarian club scored the fifth goal in the 80th minute, followed by Moroccan Naseer Mazraoui, who scored the sixth goal in the final seconds of the match.

And at the Andre Alten Forestry Stadium, Union Berlin defeated its guest Freiburg by four goals to two.

The first half ended with Union Berlin advancing with three goals without a response, as Kevin Behrens opened the scoring in the fifth minute, then Sheraldo Baker from Suriname added the second and third goals in the 36th and 38th minutes.

In the second half, Freiburg responded with two goals, carrying the signature of Manuel Gold in the 56th minute and Italian Vincenzo Grifo from a penalty kick in the 70th minute, but Tunisian Issa Al-Aidouni confirmed Union Berlin’s victory by scoring the fourth goal in the 80th minute.

The victory raised Union Berlin to 59 points in third place, three points ahead of fifth-placed Freiburg.

And at the Deutsche Bank Park stadium, Frankfurt settled its victory over Mainz with three goals, which carried the signature of Daichi Kamada from a penalty kick in the 18th minute, Aurelio Bota in the 40th minute, and Randall Kolo Mwani in the 59th minute.

The victory raised Frankfurt’s tally to 46 points in eighth place, one point behind Mainz, who finished ninth.

And at the Foxwagen Arena, Wolfsburg defeated its guest Hoffenheim with two goals to one, raising its tally to 49 points in sixth place, and Hoffenheim’s balance stopped at 32 points in fourteenth place.

Wolfsburg advanced with two goals through Jacob Kaminski and Luca Waldschmidt in the 15th and 75th minutes, then Hoffenheim responded with a reverse goal in the last seconds, accidentally scored by Joshua Guilafuji.

And at the Rorstadion stadium, Bochum defeated its guest Augsburg, with three goals to two, as it raised its score to 31 points, moving away from the relegation triangle and advancing to the fifteenth place, three points behind Augsburg, which is in the thirteenth place.

Christopher Antwi Adji advanced with a goal for Bochum in the second minute, then Arne Meyer equalized for Augsburg in the 29th minute, but Bochum responded with a reverse goal scored by Jeffrey by mistake in the 59th minute, and Anthony Lucila ensured that he scored the third goal in the 62nd minute, then Kelvin Yeboah scored the second goal for Augsburg in the 85th minute.