Freiburg (AP) – The footballers of TSG Hoffenheim have won the Bundesliga for the fourth time in a row. The women from Kraichgau clearly won their away match at SC Freiburg on Sunday with 5: 1 (3: 0).
Nicole Billa put the team of coach Gabor Gallai ahead in the 19th minute with a penalty kick, Tabea Waßmuth increased with a brace before half time to 3-0 (26th, 32nd). Hoffenheim’s other goals were scored by Paulina Krumbiegel (50th) and again Billa (90th + 1), more than Hasret Kayikçi’s consolation goal was achieved by Freiburg (65th).
With 19 points after ten games, TSG at least temporarily passed Turbine Potsdam to third place in the Champions League. The match of the Potsdam women with equal points against Werder Bremen was canceled due to two corona cases with the Bremen team.
League leader FC Bayern Munich’s match against Bayer Leverkusen had to be postponed due to a positive corona test by a Leverkusen woman. A catch-up date is not yet known. Despite the game-free weekend, Bayern remains unchanged at the top of the table (27 points). Series champion VfL Wolfsburg won 3-0 against Eintracht Frankfurt at the start of the matchday on Friday and is in second place with 25 points.
SV Meppen scored an important 2: 1 (2: 0) victory against SC Sand in the relegation battle, narrowing the gap to a non-relegation place to just one point. The bottom line is that MSV Duisburg lost 1: 6 to SGS Essen on Saturday.