It was a jubilant weekend for some, and one filled with sorrow for others. Click on the picture of Markus Gisdol above to find out what he and his colleagues had to say for themselves
It was a jubilant weekend for some, and one filled with sorrow for others. Click on the picture of Markus Gisdol above to find out what he and his colleagues had to say for themselves
Bundesliga

Matchday 23 - As it happened

Munich - Bundesliga Matchday 23 provided another weekend of rip-roaring action, with goal-fests, comebacks and talking points aplenty.

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You can recap all of the highlights below, and stay with us throughout Monday for all the latest news and reactions to the events from Germany's top-flight.
The key events from Matchday 23:

    FC Bayern München made it 48 Bundesliga matches unbeaten after a 5-1 thrashing of FC Schalke 04 in Saturday’s evening game, with the Royal Blues now having lost their last seven league encounters against the Bavarians.

      Borussia Dortmund bounced back from their Matchday 22 defeat to Hamburger SV with a 3-0 victory over in-form 1. FC Nürnberg.

        Bayer 04 Leverkusen suffered their fifth straight defeat in all competitions as Maxim Choupo-Moting grabbed the only goal of the game to seal a 1-0 win for 1. FSV Mainz 05 at the BayArena.

          SV Werder Bremen beat Hamburger SV in the northern derby, FC Augsburg were held to a draw at home by Hannover 96 and Eintracht Braunschweig earned a point against Borussia Mönchengladbach. Click here for our round-up report.

            Hertha Berlin pass up the opportunity to keep the pressure on the teams above them as they played out a goalless draw in the Matchday 23 curtain-raiser against SC Freiburg.

              1899 Hoffenheim romped to victory over VfL Wolfsburg in Sinsheim on Sunday, with goals from Anthony Modeste (2), Roberto Firmino, Niklas Süle, Sejad Salihovic and Sven Schipplock earning Markus Gisdol's team a 6-2 win.

                Two late goals earned Eintracht Frankfurt a narrow 2-1 win over VfB Stuttgart, who have now lost eight consecutive Bundesliga encounters.

                Monday 3 March

That concludes our LIVE coverage of Matchday 23 of the Bundesliga. Thanks again for your company this weekend and make sure you join us on Friday for all the build-up to Matchday 24. See you then!

Ghana play Montenegro in an international friendly on Wednesday.

After another round of goals, assists, shots, crosses and saves, it's hard to keep up with all of the numbers. Our handy Statistics section has all the information you need to keep on top of the latest Bundesliga developments, at the touch of a button.

Sunday 2 March

There's just no pleasing some people...

The line-ups are in for Wolfsburg's trip to Hoffenheim:

Saturday 1 March

Nürnberg have gone 601 minutes without scoring in Dortmund. BVB, however, have only kept one clean sheet in their last six home league matches. Could today be the day

Gertjan Verbeek’s team

break that particular duck?

Friday 28 February

Schalke have a little fun at FC Bayern's expense ahead of their showdown on Saturday evening:

TEAM NEWS:

DON'T FORGET

to tweet in your pre-match predictions to the

@Bundesliga_EN

Twitter account! The consensus in the

bundesliga.com

office is that

Hertha Berlin

are set to put their poor home form behind to collect a third win in four games when they host

SC Freiburg

tonight. Do you agree?

International call-ups

Schweinsteiger's Bayern team-mates

Javi Martinez

and

Thiago Alcantara

have been called up to the Spain squad for their friendly against Italy next week. Martinez broke the news on Twitter earlier today: