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GERMAN 2. BUNDESLIGA

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 HSV 6 2 1 20
2 Stuttgart 6 2 1 20
3 Bielefeld 5 3 1 18
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Borussia DortmundBorussia Dortmund
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RB LeipzigRB Leipzig
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Bayern MunichBayern Munich
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Borussia DortmundBorussia Dortmund
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Mario Gomez retires from Germany duty

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Legendary coach 'Restless Rudi' dies aged 93

Rudi Gutendorf
Rudi Gutendorf's globe-trotting career, spanning half a century, saw him coach a record 55 teams.

Rudi Gutendorf, the tireless manager who guided a world record 55 teams, including 18 national sides, has died at 93, according to several German media outlets.

Born in Koblenz on the banks of the Rhine, the man dubbed "Restless Rudi" started his football career as a player for hometown club TuS Neuendorf before taking his first management role with Swiss side Blue Stars Zurich in the 1950s.

Coaching proved infectious, and after building an impressive CV with top flight teams in West Germany, Gutendorf...

Union Berlin promoted to Bundesliga

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Union Berlin will be playing in the Bundesliga for the first time in their history.

Union Berlin were promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time after a 0-0 draw with VfB Stuttgart in the second leg of their relegation/promotion playoff on Monday gave them an away-goals victory after the tie finished 2-2 on aggregate.

Union twice hit the post in the 66th and 67th minutes in a very physical encounter, but it was their two goals in the first leg in Stuttgart that secured their spot in the top division next season.

The Berlin club, who will join Hertha as the capital's two representatives...

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Union Berlin, Stuttgart draw in pro-rel playoff

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Bundesliga side Stuttgart were held to a 2-2 draw by second division Union Berlin who twice came from a goal down in the first leg of their relegation/promotion playoff on Thursday.

Stuttgart, who finished third from bottom in the top flight, will travel to Berlin for the return on Monday.

The hosts scored three minutes before the break through Christian Gentner after Tasos Donis' 70-metre sprint set him up.

Their joy lasted only seconds though as Berlin levelled in the 43rd when a fine first touch...

Filip Kostic double sends Eintracht Frankfurt into fourth place

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Eintracht Frankfurt's Filip Kostic scored a goal in each half to help his team secure a 3-0 victory over strugglers VfB Stuttgart on Sunday, lifting them into to fourth place in the Bundesliga and in contention for a Champions League spot.

Serbia international Kostic fired in from a tight angle on the stroke of halftime after Ante Rebic's effort was deflected in the 39th minute and he then struck again in the 64th.

Luka Jovic grabbed his 16th goal of the campaign in the 84th to put last season's...

Pulisic on target as Dortmund earn hard-fought win over Stuttgart

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Christian Pulisic
Christian Pulisic celebrates after his late goal confirmed Borussia Dortmund's victory.

Late goals from Paco Alcacer and Christian Pulisic gave Borussia Dortmund a nervy 3-1 victory over struggling VfB Stuttgart on Saturday but they handed over the Bundesliga lead to champions Bayern Munich on goal difference.

Dortmund, eliminated in the Champions League round of 16 by Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 on aggregate in midweek, never hit top form and needed a Marco Reus penalty in the second half to take the lead.

But Stuttgart levelled with Marc-Oliver Kempf in the 71st before Spaniard Alcacer...