1. Bundesliga

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
RB Leipzig
18
51:21
40
2.
FC Bayern München
18
50:22
36
3.
Borussia M'gladbach
18
33:20
35
4.
Borussia Dortmund
18
46:27
33
5.
FC Schalke 04
18
31:21
33
6.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
18
27:22
31
7.
SC Freiburg
18
29:24
29
8.
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
18
26:30
27
9.
VfL Wolfsburg
18
19:21
24
10.
FC Augsburg
18
31:36
23
11.
Eintracht Frankfurt
18
29:30
21
12.
1. FC Union Berlin
18
21:27
20
13.
1. FC Köln
18
22:33
20
14.
Hertha BSC Berlin
18
22:33
19
15.
FSV Mainz 05
18
26:41
18
16.
Werder Bremen
18
24:41
17
17.
Fortuna Düsseldorf
18
18:37
15
18.
SC Paderborn 07
18
21:40
12

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group A

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Paris Saint Germain
6
17:2
16
2.
Real Madrid
6
14:8
11
3.
Club Brugge
6
4:12
3
4.
Galatasaray
6
1:14
2

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group B

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
FC Bayern München
6
24:5
18
2.
Tottenham Hotspur
6
18:14
10
3.
Olympiacos Piraeus
6
8:14
4
4.
FK Crvena Zvezda
6
3:20
3

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group C

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Manchester City
6
16:4
14
2.
Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio
6
8:12
7
3.
Shakhtar Donetsk
6
8:13
6
4.
NK Dinamo Zagreb
6
10:13
5

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group D

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Juventus Turin
6
12:4
16
2.
Atletico Madrid
6
8:5
10
3.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
6
5:9
6
4.
Lokomotiv Moscow
6
4:11
3

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group E

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Liverpool FC
6
13:8
13
2.
SSC Napoli
6
11:4
12
3.
Red Bull Salzburg
6
16:13
7
4.
KRC Genk
6
5:20
1

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group F

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
FC Barcelona
6
9:4
14
2.
Borussia Dortmund
6
8:8
10
3.
Inter Milano
6
10:9
7
4.
SK Slavia Praha
6
4:10
2

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group G

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
RB Leipzig
6
10:8
11
2.
Olympique Lyonnais
6
9:8
8
3.
Sl Benfica
6
10:11
7
4.
FC Zenit St Petersburg
6
7:9
7

UEFA Champions League 19/20, Group H

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
CF Valencia
6
9:7
11
2.
Chelsea FC
6
11:9
11
3.
Ajax Amsterdam
6
12:6
10
4.
OSC Lille
6
4:14
1

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