Dortmund top Bundesliga, Bayern salvage late win at Hoffenheim as Wolfsburg draw

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Robert Lewandowski’s late goal hands Bayern a 2-1 win at Hoffenheim, Wolfsburg draw 1-1 at Cologne but Borussia Dortmund top Bundesliga on goal difference

Dortmund top Bundesliga, Bayern salvage late win at Hoffenheim as Wolfsburg draw

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SHOWS: HOFFENHEIM, GERMANY (AUGUST 22, 2015) (SPORTSMAN MEDIA GROUP – SEE RESTRICTIONS IN SCRIPT BEFORE BROADCAST)

1. BAYERN MUNICH PLAYERS, INCLUDING NEW SIGNING FROM CHILE ARTURO VIDAL, SHAKING HANDS WITH HOFFENHEIM OPPONENTS

FIRST HALF

2. GOAL 1-0 – REFEREE WHISTLES START OF MATCH, BAYERN PLAY BACK, DEFENDER DAVID ALABA (27) MISHITS BACK PASS, BALL GOES DO HOFFEINHEM’S KEVIN VOLLAND (31) WHO SLIDES SHOT PAST BAYERN GOALKEEPER MANUEL NEUER AFTER NINE SECONDS (DESPITE SCREEN SHOWING SEVEN SECONDS ONLY)

3. VOLLAND IS CONGRATULATED BY TEAMMATES

4. SLOW MOTION REPLAY OF GOAL

5. BAYERN COACH PEP GUARDIOLA SCRATCHES HIS HEAD

6. GOAL 1-1 – BAYERN ATTACK, DOUGLAS COSTA (11) SHOOTS FROM INSIDE THE AREA, HOFFENHEIM GOALKEEPER OLIVER BAUMAN MAKES PARTIAL SAVE, MUELLER TAPS INTO THE NET IN THE 41ST MINUTE

7. MUELLER AND ARJEN ROBBEN (10) CELEBRATE

8. SLOW MOTION REPLAY OF GOAL

SECOND HALF

9. CHANCE – BAYERN ATTACK, QUICK ONE-TOUCH INTERCHANGE, MUELLER LAYS PASS TO ARTURO VIDAL (23) WHO BENDS RIGHT FOOT SHOT AGAINST THE CROSSBAR

10. FREEKICK – HOFFENHEIM’S SEBASTIAN RUDY (6) ATTEMPT HITS THE WALL AND THE ARM OF BAYERN’S JEROME BOATENG (17) AS HE JUMPS TO BLOCK FREEKICK

11. SLOW MOTION SHOWS BALL HITTING BOATENG’S ARM

12. SENDING OFF – BOATENG IS SHOWN RED CARD FOR SECOND BOOKABLE OFFENCE

13. PENALTY MISS – EUGEN POLANSKI (8) SENDS RIGHT FOOT SHOT FROM THE SPOT AGAINST THE POST

14. CHANCE – BAYERN ATTACK, MUELLER LIFTS BALL FROM CLOSE ANGLE, HEADER BY SUBSTITUTE ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI (9) IS PARTIALLY SAVED BY HOFFENHEIM KEEPER BAUMAN,

VIDAL LIFTS BALL TO MUELLER WHO HEADS AGAINST THE POST

15. GOAL 1-2 – BAYERN ATTACK, DOUGLAS COSTA RACES DOWN THE RIGH, PULLS PASS BACK TO LEWANDOWSKI WHO SLOTS THE BALL INTO THE NET IN THE 90TH MINUTE

COLOGNE, GERMANY (AUGUST 22, 2015) (SPORTSMAN MEDIA GROUP – SEE RESTRICTIONS IN SCRIPT BEFORE BROADCAST)

COLOGNE (WHITE) V WOLFSBURG (GREEN/BLUE STRIPES)

16. MIDFIELDER KEVIN DE BRUYNE (14) AND WOLFSBURG TEAMMATES SHAKING HANDS WITH

17. REAR VIEW DE BRUYNE

FIRST HALF

18. GOAL 1-0 – COLOGNE GOALKEEPER TIMO HORN KICKS LONG BALL TO (27) WHO WINS AERIAL CHALLENGE, BALL GOES TO SIMON ZOLLER (11) WHO LOBS HOFFENHEIM’S BELGIAN GOALKEPER KOEN CASTEELS AND HEADS INTO EMPTY NET IN THE 30TH MINUTE

19. ZOLLER CELEBRATES

SECOND HALF

20. GOAL 1-1 – WOLSFSBURG THROW-IN, BALL GOES TO DANIEL CALIGIURI (7) WHO FIRES WITH LEFT FOOT, COLOGNE KEEPER HORN PARRIES AWAY, DANE NICKLAS BENDTNER (3) TAPS IN TO LEVEL SCORE FOR WOLFSBURG IN THE 83RD MINUTE

INGOLSTADT, GERMANY (AUGUST 23, 2015) (SPORTSMAN MEDIA GROUP – SEE RESTRICTIONS IN SCRIPT BEFORE BROADCAST)

FC INGOLSTADT (RED) V BORUSSIA DORTMUND

21. PLAYERS OUT

22. EARLY CHANCE FOR BORUSSIA DORTMUND BUT AFTER RUN BY ILKAY GUNDOGAN, PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG CAN’T CONVERT CHANCE

SECOND HALF

23. GOAL. INGOLSTADT 0-1 DORTMUND. MATTHIAS GINTER SCORES AFTER ASSIST FROM HENRIKH MKHITARAY. 55 MINUTES./NEW DORTMUND BOSS THOMAS TUCHEL

24. TWO SLOW MOTION REPLAYS OF PENALTY INCIDENT AS DORTMUND’S MARCEL SCHMELZER BROUGHT DOWN BY BENJAMIN HUBNER

25. GOAL. INGOLSTADT 0-2 DORTMUND. MARCO REUS SCORES FROM THE SPOT ON 60 MINUTES

26. GOAL. SHINJI KAGAWA SCORES AFTER AN ASSIST BY JONAS HOFMANN ON 84 MINUTES

27. GOAL. PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG SCORES AFTER ASSIST BY GINTER ON 90+1 MINUTES

STORY: Borussia Dortmund top the table after the second round of Bundesliga matches, with plenty of talking points over the weekend.

Champions Bayern Munich scored a 90th minute winner through Robert Lewandowski to edge past Hoffenheim 2-1 on Saturday (August 22) after the German champions were reduced to 10 men following the second-half dismissal of defender Jerome Boateng.

Substitute Lewandowski tapped in after a superb run and cutback from Douglas Costa, who also set up their first goal, in the last minute with Hoffenheim having missed a 74th minute penalty to reclaim the lead.

Bayern were stunned nine seconds after the start when David Alaba’s bad backpass to Jerome Boateng was intercepted by forward Kevin Volland who slotted in to equal the league record for the fastest goal.

The Bavarians, who have never lost to Hoffenheim, gradually upped the tempo and Brazilian Costa floated in a low cross after a dizzying run down the left, keeper Oliver Baumann cleared but Thomas Mueller scored with his thigh to level four minutes before the break.

Chilean Arturo Vidal had a god game for Bayern Vidal and rattled the crossbar with a fine long-range effort in the 66th minute.

A second booking for Boateng for a handball in a freekick taken by Hoffenhein’s Sebastian Rudy gave the hosts a 74th minute penalty but Eugen Polanski powered his shot onto the post.

Bayern came agonisingly close in the 88th minute but Baumann again denied a double effort from Lewandowski before Mueller’s header scraped the post.

The Poland striker, however, was not done and scored the winner after another fine cutback from the quick Costa inside the box.

The Bavarians are on six points from two matches, as many as Bayer Leverkusen who beat Hanover 96 1-0.

VfL Wolfsburg, last season’s runners-up, needed a late equaliser from Nicklas Bendtner to draw 1-1 at Cologne, who had taken a 30th minute lead through Simon Zoller.

Wolfsburg’s attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, a transfer target for Manchester City, put in a lacklustre performance but substitute Bendtner rescued the Wolves in the 83rd minute to lift them to four points.

Meanwhile Borussia Dortmund struck four times in the second half to crush promoted Ingolstadt 4-0 on Sunday (August 23) and climb to the top of the Bundesliga on six points, ahead of Bayern on goal difference.

The 2011 and 2012 champions, who won their opener against Borussia Moenchengladbach by the same score, struggled in the first half despite a hatful of chances against the Bavarian club but broke the deadlock in the 55th minute when defender Matthias Ginter shook off his marker and slotted in.

Coach Thomas Tuchel’s team doubled the lead five minutes later when Marco Reus converted a penalty after Marcel Schmelzer was brought down.

Japan international Shinji Kagawa made sure of a better goal difference than Bayern, drilling in a left-foot shot from 10 metres and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added another from close range in stoppage time to take his season tally to two goals in two games.

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