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Wolfsburg’s Pernille Mosegaard-Harder Top Goalscorer with one game to go!

 

USV Jena 0 – 4 Freiburg

Goals From:

18′ (own goal)

Carolin Simon 45+3′ (Freiburg)

Klara Bühl 58′ (Freiburg)

Lena Petermann 80′ (Freiburg)

 

SGS Essen 3 – 1 FFC Frankfurt

Goals From:

Margarita Gidion 15′ (FFC Frankfurt)

Linda Dallmann 21′ 55′ 90+2′ (SGS Essen)

 

Bayern München 2 – 1 Wolfsburg

Goals From:

Dominika Škorvánková 18′ (Bayern München)

Fridolina Rolfö 35′ (Bayern München)

Zsanett Jakabfi 48′ (Wolfsburg)

 

Köln 0 – 2 Werder Bremen

Goals From:

Marie-Louise Eta 2′ (Werder Bremen)

Nora Clausen 85′ (Werder Bremen)

 

Hoffenheim 0 – 4 Turbine Potsdam

Goals From:

Svenja Huth 37′ (Turbine Potsdam)

Wibke Meister 63′ 71′ (Turbine Potsdam)

Felicitas Rauch 77′ (Turbine Potsdam)

 

SC Sand 4 – 0 Duisburg

Goals From:

Milena Nikolic 13′ 71′ (SC Sand)

Laura Feiersinger 38′ (SC Sand)

Anne van Bonn 83′ (SC Sand)

 

German Allianz Frauen-Bundesliga Leading Goalscorer:

Pernille Mosegaard-Harder – Wolfsburg  17

Lina Magull – Freiburg  12

Linda Dallmann – SGS  12

Nina Burger – Sand  10

Zsanett Jakabfi – Wolfsburg  10

Fridolina Rolfö – Bayern München  9

Svenja Huth – Turbine  8

Lena Petermann – Freiburg  7

Turid Knaak – SGS Essen  7

Giulia Gwinn – Freiburg  7

Alexandra Popp – Wolfsburg  6

Jackie Groenen – FFC Frankfurt  6

Jill Roord – Bayern München  6

Hasret Kayikci – Freiburg  6

Nicole Rolser Bayern München  6

Mandy Islacker – Bayern München  6

Klara Buhl – Freiburg  6

Tabea Kemme – Turbine Potsdam  5

Rahel Kiwic – Turbine Potsdam  5

Lise Overgaard-Munk – Frankfurt  5

Lucie Vonkova – Bayern München  5

Sara Däbritz – Bayern München  5

 

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