Bayern stumble, de Jong helps Barcelona rise

Bayern Munich Points dropped for the third consecutive game in the German League Stuttgart He scored a penalty kick in stoppage time to draw 2-2 at Allianz Arena.

The hosts took the lead in the 36th minute through 17-year-old Matthijs Tal, who became Bayern Munich’s youngest goalscorer in the Bundesliga.

Then Stuttgart striker Serho Gerassi witnessed the disallowance of a goal in the match.

But the visitors were able to equalize during the hour via substitute Chris Vohresh – only Bayern quickly regained the lead when Jamal Musila scored in the far corner.

Gerassi hit the crossbar and the VAR ruled out another goal, but had the final say in stoppage time.

Referee Christian Dingert checked the stadium screen for a late challenge by Matthijs de Ligt on the Guinea striker and pointed to a penalty kick, and Gerassi did not miss a point for Stuttgart.

Hoffenheim He moved to the level with leaders Bayern Munich after beating 10 men Mainz 4-1.

Defender Alexander Haak was sent off late in the first half after the VAR turned the yellow card to red for a foul, resulting in a penalty – but Andrej Kramaric fired wide.

The Croatian striker made reforms to put Hoffenheim ahead at the start of the second half, with Grisha Brommel and Monas Dabor also on the scorers list. Although Dominic Kohr scored a late consolation, Hoffenheim defender Pavel Kaderabeek added the fourth goal in injury time.

Elsewhere on Saturday, RB Leipzig get over Borussia Dortmund 3-0 to give new coach Marco Rose victory in his first game with his former team.

Wolfsburg He secured his first victory in the German League after winning 1-0 in Eintracht FrankfurtWhile Schalke Get out of the club Bochum 3-1 to claim their first win, leaving the visitors useless. Hertha Berlin and Bayer Leverkusen tied 2-2.

Barcelona Convenient 4-0 winners ran out in CadizThe Spanish League match was suspended during the final stages due to an emergency medical condition in the stands.

Frenkie de Jong [above] He put Barcelona ahead early in the second half, before Robert Lewandowski – who started on the bench before facing his former team Bayern Munich in the Champions League – doubled the lead from close range.

With about 10 minutes left, the match was suspended due to a medical emergency in the stands, which led to the players being dislocated.

Play eventually resumed after 9pm local time, with Ansu Fati and Ousmane Dembele adding in late goals as Barcelona advanced in the lead above Madrid’s reading.

Jose Carmona scored twice in the first half as Seville won 3-2 in Espanol To finally win the Spanish League.

The visitors ended up with ten men after former Tottenham midfielder Erik Lamela was sent off late.

Saw a game on Saturday late Atletico Madrid last coast Celtic Vigo 4-1 while Vallecano Ray He had been beaten earlier Valencia 2-1.

Giacomo Raspadori’s late goal set Naples Serie A tops Serie A with a 1-0 win spices.

AC Milan Portugal striker Rafael Leao was sent off early in the second half Sampdoria But the winner ran out 2-1 after a penalty kick from Olivier Giroud to remain level with Napoli with 14 points.

Marcelo Brozovic’s shot just one minute before the end of the match intermilan get over Turin 1-0 at San Siro.

Neymar’s goal in the first half proved that it was enough to concede Paris Saint-Germain won 1-0 at home Brest To extend their unbeaten start.

Brest missed a chance to equalize during the second half when Islam Slimani scored a penalty that was saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Marseille Move to second place after multiplication night 2-1 to win the fifth consecutive league.