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Union Berlin and Freiburg top Bundesliga with wisdom, not wealth

By DW
12 September 2022   |   12:40 pm
They may have scored only one goal between them on Sunday, but Union Berlin and Freiburg are the Bundesliga's top two. The underdog clubs have different styles but share traits which help them continue to overachieve.

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