League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts xG xGA xGDiff Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Borussia Mönchengladbach7511156+91614.19.0+5.151,029Alassane Pléa - 4Yann Sommer
2Wolfsburg7430104+6158.35.8+2.524,245Wout Weghorst - 4Pavao Pervan
3Bayern Munich7421208+121415.75.7+10.075,000Robert Lewandowski - 11Manuel Neuer
4RB Leipzig7421157+81413.48.7+4.741,467Timo Werner - 5Péter Gulácsi
5Freiburg7421157+8149.38.2+1.123,950Luca Waldschmidt - 4Alexander Schwolow
6Schalke 047421147+71410.47.9+2.560,429Amine Harit - 4Alexander Nübel
7Bayer Leverkusen7421128+41410.47.1+3.326,625Kevin Volland - 4Lukáš Hrádecký
8Borussia Dortmund73311911+81213.37.0+6.381,365Paco Alcácer - 5Roman Bürki
9Eintracht Frankfurt73221110+1119.39.30.050,750Gonçalo Paciência, André Silva - 3Kevin Trapp
10Hertha BSC731312120109.110.2-1.141,151Vedad Ibišević, Javairô Dilrosun - 3Rune Jarstein
11Werder Bremen72231216-4812.510.5+2.040,897Yuya Osako - 3Jiří Pavlenka
12Hoffenheim7223611-586.49.2-2.828,586Sargis Adamyan - 2Oliver Baumann
13Mainz 057205717-1068.511.4-2.925,035Robin Quaison - 3Robin Zentner
14Augsburg7124819-1157.912.6-4.727,776Florian Niederlechner - 4Tomáš Koubek
15Fortuna Düsseldorf7115914-546.713.0-6.340,180Rouwen Hennings - 4Zack Steffen
16Union Berlin7115613-747.114.8-7.722,126Sebastian Andersson - 3Rafał Gikiewicz
17Köln7115516-1146.210.9-4.749,900Jonas Hector, Simon Terodde... - 1Timo Horn
18Paderborn 077016919-1017.915.1-7.214,635Ben Zolinski, Cauly Oliveira Souza... - 2Jannik Huth

Leaders

Yellow Cards
1. Konrad LaimerRB Leipzig 4
Moussa NiakhateMainz 05 4
Denis ZakariaBorussia Mönchengladbach 4
Klaus GjasulaPaderborn 07 4
5. Adam BodzekFortuna Düsseldorf 3
Stefan LainerBorussia Mönchengladbach 3
Sebastian VasiliadisPaderborn 07 3
Ruben VargasAugsburg 3
Stephan LichtsteinerAugsburg 3
10. Stefan PoschHoffenheim 2
Christoph KramerBorussia Mönchengladbach 2
Per Ciljan SkjelbredHertha BSC 2
Jonathan TahBayer Leverkusen 2
Kevin VogtHoffenheim 2
Sebastian RudyHoffenheim 2
Nuri ŞahinWerder Bremen 2
Neven SubotićUnion Berlin 2
Uwe HünemeierPaderborn 07 2
Kaan AyhanFortuna Düsseldorf 2
Jonas HectorKöln 2
Lucas HernándezBayern Munich 2
Simon TeroddeKöln 2
WendellBayer Leverkusen 2
Vedad IbiševićHertha BSC 2
Wout WeghorstWolfsburg 2
Jérôme BoatengBayern Munich 2
Marko GrujićHertha BSC 2
Rani KhediraAugsburg 2
André HahnAugsburg 2
Robert LewandowskiBayern Munich 2
Nicolas HöflerFreiburg 2
Marlon RitterPaderborn 07 2
Ibrahima KonatéRB Leipzig 2
Daniel CaligiuriSchalke 04 2
Alfredo MoralesFortuna Düsseldorf 2
Yussuf PoulsenRB Leipzig 2
Marcel HalstenbergRB Leipzig 2
Jerry St. JusteMainz 05 2
Robin KnocheWolfsburg 2
Johannes EggesteinWerder Bremen 2
Gonçalo PaciênciaEintracht Frankfurt 2
Diego DemmeRB Leipzig 2
Leonardo Bittencourt2 squads 2
Edimilson FernandesMainz 05 2
Niko GießelmannFortuna Düsseldorf 2
Mats HummelsBorussia Dortmund 2
Pierre KundeMainz 05 2
Martin HintereggerEintracht Frankfurt 2
Kingsley EhizibueKöln 2
Robert AndrichUnion Berlin 2
Jorge MeréKöln 2
Jonjoe KennySchalke 04 2
Thiago AlcántaraBayern Munich 2
Matthias ZimmermannFortuna Düsseldorf 2
Dominik KohrEintracht Frankfurt 2
Achraf HakimiBorussia Dortmund 2

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