27 November, 2016
Dortmund slipped to a third defeat on their travels this season as they were beaten 2-1 by Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday, Haris Seferovic netting the victor a minute after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's equaliser.
"Our performance did not merit a point from the first to the last minute".
Leverkusen made the better start with Admir Mehmedi and Hakan Calhanoglu both going close before Joshua Kimmich headed straight at Bernd Leno at the other end.
Die Schwarzgelben's lead was short-lived however as Haris Seferovic steered home Frankfurt's second from the edge of the box to restore the lead two minutes later.
Borussia Dortmund's performance against Eintracht Frankfurt was littered with technical, tactical and mental flaws according to coach Thomas Tuchel.
Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tries to score against Eintracht Frankfurt.
Dembele hit the crossbar in added time with Frankfurt's Finland goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky beaten.
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Fresh from their Champions League draw at home to Manchester City on Wednesday, Borussia Moenchengladbach were held to another 1-1 stalemate at Borussia Park, against Hoffenheim, to leave them winless in seven league games.
Although Gladbach are on a poor run they looked confident on the ball and it was no surprise when they took the lead through Mahmoud Dahoud in the 25th minute.
Michael Gregoritsch headed the home side into a flying start in the third minute but Fin Bartels equalized for Bremen inside the first quarter-hour.
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But Hoffenheim levelled through Nadiem Amiri on 53 minutes to preserve their unbeaten record this season. As a result, they continue to hold a four-point advantage over their local rivals, who are still without a win and have just four points after 12 games of the Bundesliga season.
Gregoritsch struck again in the 28th minute, but Serge Gnabry's strike on the stroke of half-time proved enough to earn Bremen a point.
Ingolstadt had nine efforts at goal compared to none from Wolfsburg in the first half, but the visitors improved after the break and Daniel Caligiuri grabbed a late equalizer.