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Old 24-09-2009, 19:11   #1
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This is the thread to discuss on this season's Bundesliga.
Table after the first 6 games:

1 Hamburger SV 14
2 Leverkusen 14
3 Bayern Munich 11
4 Hoffenheim 11
5 FSV Mainz 11
6 Schalke 10
7 Frankfurt 10
8 Werder Bremen 9
9 Wolfsburg 9
10 Mönchengladbach 7
11 Freiburg 7
12 Hannover 96 6
13 Dortmund 6
14 FC Nürnberg 5
15 Stuttgart 5
16 FC Köln 4
17 Bochum 4
18 Hertha Berlin 3
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Upcoming top-games on saturday:

Borussia Dortmund : FC Schalke 04
Hamburger SV : FC Bayern München

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It seems like Džeko is gaining form again, after horrendous start of the season in both Wolfsburg and Bosnian National Team. He scored two against Schalke in last round and one against Koln in DFB Pokal. They are out, though.
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Wolfsburg 4-2 Hannover

Both Misimovic and Dzeko scored goals, and they are now best goalscorers in Wolfsburg with 4 goals each

Brilliant goal by Misimovic http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BFi7..._embedded#t=94

Also nice goal by Dzeko http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MY_ed..._embedded#t=35

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great game between Hamburger SV and Bayern.
Hamburg won by 1-0.

Bayern could be a level up from any other bundesliga team when Ribery and Robben are finding each other in the field.
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Vedad Ibisevic finally scoring again. After first six matches this season without scoring he scored hat-trick today against Hertha.
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Good to see it Hoffenheim is 3rd currently

btw. Hertha is doing unbelieveably bad this season
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great news on Ibisevic
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Hear this! The hat-trick Ibisevic scored today was the fastest one in the history of Bundesliga! He did it in 20 minutes.

Is this Bundesliga or Bosnian Premier League?
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Glad for this guy Come on Vedad !!
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I just picked up a ticket for herthas game against hsv next sunday.
It's going to be exciting to see, if the exit of Favre is going to have any effect on the team.
Unfortunately I doubt it...
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Edin Dzeko!!! He just scored the equalizer against Bochum! And I'm struggling with streams, grrr!
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Oh boy, Hertha are terrible at the moment!
Even at their early lead, which really got things going at the olympic stadion, you were just waiting for them to concede the first goal and then collapse under the burden of being shit. And the way it then happened shortly after, was so typical for an unlucky bottom team - a disastrous own goal followed by two spectacular, yet remarkably identical, mistakes by the young 2.keeper

Still you got to love the atmosphere created by home- and awayfans alike. I really have a soft spot for the German football mentality...
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...followed by two spectacular, yet remarkably identical, mistakes by the young 2.keeper

In 2 minutes!
But i think it wasn't his fault. What else should he do?

First:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_TEd...eature=channel

Second:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zCd-...eature=channel

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True, his defense and plain bad luck had a big part in it as well, and in the end it made GK Burchert look worse than he was.
I still think he had some part in at least the 2. goal though.

I have now been to two Hertha games by the way - in the first they lost their 1. keeper, in my 2. game they lost their 2. keeper.
Maybe I should stay home next time...
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