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Sebastian Haller starred in Dortmund's 0:2 win over Bayer Leverkusen Israel today


After recovering from cancer, the striker started for the first time in the team and was involved in both of his team's goals.

The 18th round of the Bundesliga ended tonight (Sunday) with two intriguing games: in Russia, Dortmund beat Bayer Leverkusen 0:2.

Earlier, Schalke and Cologne had a goalless draw.

Bayer Leverkusen - in Russia Dortmund 2:0

The yellow-blacks, who are still perfect since the beginning of the new civil year, are back in fourth place and are only three points behind leaders Bayern Munich.

Gregor Koval provided an excellent performance between the posts and prevented the host from scoring, while on the other side, Sebastian Haller started for the first time in the lineup and in the 33rd minute opened his feet artfully and set up the winning goal for Karim Adeyemi.

Leverkusen continued to press in the hope of turning around and extending the streak of victories in the league to six, but in the 53rd minute Marius Wolf sent a cross from the right and the stopper Edmond Tapsova scored an own goal.

Jude Bellingham.

Another excellent game, photo: Reuters

Schalke - P.C.

Cologne 0:0

After squeezing a point away from the leaders Bayern Munich, one could have expected Cologne to be able to overcome the leader of the table.

But reality proved otherwise, and the weak did not even kick the frame.

The host did break a streak of three losses, but that probably won't console her in light of the fact that she hasn't won in four rounds and is looking down at the red line, which is six points away from her.

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Source: israelhayom

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