While the German league will be a break for international matches, Borussia now has 25 points, four ahead of his immediate rivals, Leipzig and Bayern Munich, impressive winners on Saturday. The RB has won Saturday against Hertha (2-4), and Bayern has also Saturday, Dortmund (4-0).
Sommer stops a penalty
Algerian international Ramy Bensebaini opened the scoring for M'Gladbach in the 20th minute. He was ruled out four minutes from the end of the match for a second yellow card.
Patrick Herrmann then won a double (22nd, 59th). The young striker French hope Marcus Thuram, once again very legged, did not score, but served Hermann on the second goal.
Note that the Swiss goalkeeper Yann Sommer beautifully turned a penalty Klaassen the 53rd, while the score was only 1 1.
Leonardo Bittencourt saved Brme's honor in added time (3-1, 90th + 3).