Borussia Dortmund continued their stellar start to the season with a win over Borussia Mönchengladbach in match day six of the Bundesliga.
The Whites’ next opponents in the Champions League secured the win in the first half thanks to a brace from Philipp and a goal from Aubameyang just before the break.
The Gabon international netted twice more, completing his hat-trick, which makes him the top scorer in the German league (8 goals). Weigl finished off the masterclass with a goal from outside the box.
this result sees Borussia Dortmund top the Bundesliga with five wins, a draw and no losses. Peter Bosz’s team are looking hard to beat both in attack and defence: they are the team who have scored most in the league (19 goals), and have yet to concede.
6- B. Dortmund: Burki, Piszczek (Zagadou, 69’), Sokratis (Bartra, 83’), Toprak, Toljan, Götze, Weigl, Dahoud, Pulisic (Kagawa, 64’), Philipp and Aubameyang.
1- B. Mönchengladbahc: Sippel, Elvedi, Ginter, Vestergaard, Wendt, Johnson (Herrmann, 72’), Kramer (Hofmann, 75’), Zakaria, Hazard, Stindl and Raffael (Cuisance, 61’)