Eintracht, provisional leader

The 'eagles' won with authority at Hertha Berlin's home thanks to the goals of André Silva, Dost and Rode. Hinteregger, own goal, scored the goal for the hosts.


Eintracht Frankfurt became the provisional leader of the German soccer Bundesliga after beating Hertha Berlin (1-3) on the second match and adding their first victory of the season.

The team led by the Austrian Adi Hutter, who lost a 1-1 draw at home with Arminia Bielefeld on the first matchday, debuted its winning record with goals from the Portuguese André Silva from a penalty in the 30th minute, the Dutchman Bas Dost from head at 37 and Sebastian Rode with a left foot from outside the area at 71.

An own goal by Austrian Martin Hinteregger was the honor for Hertha who conceded their first defeat after starting 1-4 last week at Werder Bremen. Eintracht have four points in two games, one more than Bayern, leading after the first day with their inaugural 8-0 at Schalke.

Bayern, who won the Super Cup against Sevilla on Thursday, visit Hoffenheim on Sunday and Borussia Dortmund will play on Saturday away against Augsburg in a second day of the Bundesliga in which one of the most attractive matches will be the duel between the Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig. The Hoffenheim-Bayern will be a duel between winners of the first day. Bayern beat Schalke, while Hoffenheim beat Cologne 2-3.

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