Thursday, May 7, 2020
The German Bundesliga (League) announced the resumption of the 2019-2020 season today, as German football will revive again on May 16.
After a two-month hiatus after the suspension of the Bundesliga on March 13 due to Coruna, the German Bundesliga will return to pump blood into football again, as it will be considered the first country to complete its season in European football.
The Bundesliga will return again during the 26th round, where it will start its matches on May 16th by playing 6 meetings, most notably the Borussia Dortmund and Schalke match in the “Derby Ruhr”, which will be held on the “Signal Idona Park” stadium.
The Bundesliga is witnessing a fiery struggle over the foreground unlike German football, where the points of the teams of the Golden Square are converging, as the difference between the leader and the fourth-place player is only 6 points.
Bayern Munich leads the standings 55 points, four points behind rivals Borussia Dortmund, and Leipzig comes third with 50 points, one ahead of fourth-placed Borussia Moenchengladbach with 49 points.
In the qualifying centers for Europa League, Bayer Leverkusen is in fifth place with 47 points, then Schalke comes sixth with 37 points.
While in the back-to-table struggle, the old landing centers are located in Verder Bremen with 18 points, accompanied by Paderborn by 16 points, where they occupy the penultimate and last positions, respectively.
Looking at the statistics and figures of the German league, Bayern team with the strongest cheek attack with 73 goals in 25 games, followed by Borussia Dortmund with 68 goals in the same number of rounds.
In the scorers’ struggle, Bayern Munich player Robert Lewandowski with 25 goals leads the standings, followed by Timo Werner with 21 goals, then Jodan Sancho comes third with 14 goals.
The English star Judan Sancho of Borussia Dortmund is the most influential in the German league by contributing to the scoring (goals + Assist), where he participated in 29 goals by scoring 14 and making 15 others.
Dortmund’s Norland player Halland also shone in the sky of German football before the activity stopped by reaching some records in a short period, as he joined the Bundesliga only last January.
Halland managed to score 12 goals in only 8 games with the Festivals Lions in all competitions, and the young Norwegian became the first player in the history of the German league to score 9 goals in his first 6 games in the league.
While in the German Confederation Cup, the competition was stopped before the semi-finals of the tournament, in which Bayern team meets Eintracht Frankfurt, and Bayer Leverkusen confronts with the club Saarbrucken that is active in the third division.