Bundesliga round-up: Jadon Sancho breaks record in Borussia Dortmund win
Last Updated: 21/04/18 8:41pm
Jadon Sancho became the youngest Englishman to score in the Bundesliga as he starred in Borussia Dortmund's 4-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday.
The 18-year-old, who joined Dortmund from Manchester City last summer, struck after 13 minutes against Leverkusen.
Marco Reus had a goal disallowed and a penalty saved before grabbing the second, moments after hitting the bar, from a superb pass from Mario Gotze.
Sancho then set up Maximillian Philipp to tap home Dortmund's third on 63 minutes before crossing for Reus to head home his second to cap a superb display.
The result means Dortmund consolidate third place and stay three points ahead of Leverkusen.
Mark Uth scored twice as Hoffenheim extended their unbeaten run in the Bundesliga to eight games and kept their Champions League hopes alive with a 5-2 win at RB Leipzig.
Uth fired Hoffenheim ahead from close range 14 minutes into the game before Serge Gnabry doubled the advantage 10 minutes before the interval.
Uth then turned provider as he crossed for Pavel Kaderabek to turn home the third on the stroke of half-time.
Leipzig's afternoon then went from bad to worse as Emil Forsberg was dismissed two minutes into the second half for violent conduct.
Naby Keita then gave them hope by pulling one back but moments later Uth headed home Hoffenheim's fourth and Lukas Rupp piled on more misery for the hosts. Dayot Upamecano netted a late consolation.
Eintracht Frankfurt missed the chance to take advantage of Leipzig's slip and climb into the Europa League places after slipping to a 3-0 home defeat to Hertha Berlin.
Davie Selke put Hertha ahead from the spot after 57 minutes when Makoto Hasebe brought him down and a video review failed to overturn the referee's decision.
Mathew Leckie then drilled home a second 12 minutes from the end before Hasebe was sent off and Alexander Esswein completed the scoring in stoppage time.
Champions Bayern Munich made it four wins in a row with a comfortable 3-0 win at Hannover.
Thomas Muller opened the scoring after 57 minutes before Robert Lewandowski and Sebastian Rudy wrapped it up.
Goals from Christian Gentner and Berkay Ozcan saw Stuttgart beat Werder Bremen 2-0 and Lewis Holtby's strike earned Hamburg a 1-0 win over Freiburg.