The best league in the world?
The Germans, to borrow a cliché, aren't so much known for being unpredictable. The country's soccer has never been confused for being high on octane, scoring and entertainment. But all bets are off in Europe's healthiest soccer league.
In its first eight rounds of topsy-turvy play this season, the Bundesliga has seen Michael Bradley's Borussia Monchengladbach beat Bayer Leverkusen 6-3 before losing its next games by 4-0 to Eintracht Frankfurt (which had yet to ...
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