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Bavaria beaten by Mönchengladbach, Dortmund wins, but Real shocks football The untypical Bayern Munich shape persisted when Borussia Mönchengladbach defeated Real Madrid 3-0 and Alavés 1-0. In the Allianz Arena, Niko Kovac's team scored two times in the first 16 minute when they broke into their forth game without a victory in all contests - a crunch for their high game. After a fast pass change, Alassane Pléa shot home from the side of the box in the tenth moment. Bavaria prevailed in the second half, but could not find their way back into the game and was captured again in the interval when Patrick Herrmann shot two minuts behind in the third half, which was corroborated by a score from VA.

Bayern's loss left them in fifth place, following frustrating home games against Augsburg and Ajax in the Champions League mid-week, both sides losing 2-0 to Hertha Berlin. The Borussia Dortmund side are three points ahead after scoring four times in the last 10 minute in an exceptional game.

From 2-1 to 3-2, the host struck back, the Augsburg man equalled and Paco Alcacer took the winning team for a half-hour hat-trick. Barcelona lender Barcelona lender Alcácer meanwhile has conceded an impressive six times in three matches in the Bundesliga, all of which have served as substitutes. Finnbogason gave Augsburg a half-time advantage before first touching Augsburg in the 62nd, three moments after his arrival, Alkácer netted a goal when he put in a Jadon Sancho passport, who was sent to England for the first play this weekend.

Philip Max took Augsburg back to the top before Alcácer leveled in the eighth and left his own ball to cling to a free-kick and score with a single round shoot. Four Minutes later, his replacement Mario Götze put Dortmund in the lead for the first team. Gregoritsch steered for Augsburg in the 87th moment, but Augsburg replacement Sergio Córdova missed a fine free-kick and Alcácer rolled his gun around the ball in the fifth extra-minute of injury session.

Spain were shocked: Real Madrid lost 1-0 to Alavés after a García Sánchez night-match. Alavés pulls the score after points with Real and Barcelona, who will be visiting Valencia on Sunday. In spite of the memory of Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric, the keeper Thibaut Courtois and Gareth Bale, Real were once again lacking a leading role in the last period.

Although Alavé's great possessions were their own, they stayed with their famous guests and were awarded when the replacement García arrived at their closest quarters in the fifth minutes of injury work. Half an an hour later, Bale, who had just passed the week's journey to Moscow with a small last issue, fell directly against the walls with a 25-yard free shot.

Bale sent an angle over the back of the net with 20 easy seconds to go and later sent the Alavés goalkeeper back to the pitch with a free-kick from a distant position taken by Fernando Pacheco in the second try. There are no prejudices of a mercantile nature in our journalists. What distinguishes us from so many others at a times when objective, truthful coverage is crucial.

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