In the first 22 games, only three home wins have been recorded and two of them bore the signature of Bayern and Dortmund.
Mller, before Akanji, Tuesday at Signal Iduna Park.
In the 22 matches played since the Bundesliga restart, only behind closed doors They have recorded three victories for local teams, who scored 27 goals, for 44 of the visitors. In the 22 before the pandemic, even with the public in the stands, there were nine victories for the teams that enjoyed the support of their fans, with 39 goals and 27 visitors.
The records of the last two days Of the German championship, considered the testing ground in European football, they can set a trend that is also true in LaLiga or the Premier League. The often crucial factor of playing in the heat of your stadium seems to lose strength in the new normality of the ball.
Tuesday's Klassiker in an empty Signal Iduna Park left Dortmund almost without options the breath of his fervent swollen (0-1). A few minutes later, Leverkisen crashed against Wolfsburg (1-4), the worst home loss for Peter Bosz's team since November 2018.
These types of strange phenomena have been common currency since May 16, when the tournament resumed with the 26th day. That same Saturday, Alassane Plea scored the fastest goal for Borussia Monchengladbach in Frankfurt in five years (1-3). A day later, Mainz scored two goals in Cologne, a milestone that has not been achieved since 2017.
However, as soon as they returned to their Opel Arena, Mainz was torn apart by Red Bull Leipzig ( 0-5), their worst league stumble at home since 2006. That same Sunday, Augsburg surprised Schalke in Gelsenkirchen with a 0-3 that represented their biggest victory as a visitor since October 2017.
Likewise It should be noted that two of the three aforementioned local victories led to the signing of the candidates to the title: Dortmund swept a depressed Schalke (4-0) and Bayern got rid of Eintracht (5-2). In the Berlin derby, Hertha paid tribute to the Union (4-0) as a rematch of the 1-0 of the first round.
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