Borussia Dortmund and Hannover 96 (which visted us on January) and Hoffenheim co-lead Bundesliga. These three teams have seven points after three games. Leipzig, Schalke, Bayern and Hamburg follow them with six points.
Dortmund and Hannover had six points before the third match and, although they only got a draw, they could harness Hamburgo and Bayern defeats, teams that had also six points.
About the top scorer, the ranking is led by Augsburg’s Icelander striker Alfred Finnbogason with four goals, followed by Lewandoski (Bayern), Leckie (Hertha), Uth (Hoffenheim) and Werner (RB Leipzig) with three goals each.