It was an intriguing Saturday in the Bundesliga with both Wout Weghorst and Jean-Paul Boetius netting. 

Mainz 1-2 Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich are back to second in the Bundesliga table but they were given a fright by Jean-Paul Boetius.

Without the suspended Arjen Robben, Bayern Munich dominated from the start and took the lead in the 39th minute through Leon Goretzka. However, Boetius netted the equaliser in the 48th minute with the former Feyenoord winger slotting oast Manuel Neuer from close range for his first Mainz goal.

There was to be no upset though, as Thiago netted the winner for Bayern with twenty minutes left.

Fortuna Dusseldorf 0-3 Wolfsburg

Wout Weghorst inspired Wolfsburg to a comfortable victory over a poor Fortuna Dusseldorf side. The striker netted the opener from the spot in the 41st minute after a handball in the box.

In the second half, Weghorst set up Josip Brekelo to seal the victory before Daniel Ginczek added a third late on.

Weghorst now has four goals and two assists in the Bundesliga this season.

Borussia Dortmund 2-2 Hertha Berlin

Karim Rekik and Javairo Dilrosun both featured as Hertha Berlin came from behind twice to earn a point against the league leaders.

Rekik started the match for the visitors who fell behind to a Jadon Sancho goal in the 27th minute before Salomon Kalou equalised before the break.

Sancho restored Dortmund’s lead on the hour mark before Dilrosun was introduced from the bench. Deep into injury time, Hertha were awarded a penalty and Kalou netted to earn a point.

Hannover 96 1-2 Augsburg 

Jeffrey Gouweleeuw played the full match as Augsburg left Hannover with all three points. Former Heerenveen striker Alfred Finnbogason was the matchwinner for the visitors.

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