Borussia Dortmund inexplicably gave up an advantage of three goals in the second half to draw 3-3 against Hoffenheim after dominating completely for more than one hour.
The Bundesliga leaders have only to blame themselves after Jadon Sancho, in the absence of Dortmund captain, Marco Reus, took control of the Dortmund game in the first half, firing the lead in the 32nd and cutting the ill-fated defense of Hoffenheim to your liking.
England's Englishman then created Mario Götze for Dortmund's second goal just before the interval and combined with Götze to create Raphaël Guerreiro for easy access to 66 & # 39 ;.
Sancho nearly scored a second goal in the 75th minute, but his low shot hit the post and left his mark before the hosts climbed from the other side and scored Ishak Belfodil.
Pavel Kaderabek then overtook his head scorer with seven minutes left and kicked off a final nerve. The memorable comeback of the visitors was complete when Belfodil beat a free kick three minutes from time.
Bayern Monaco reduce the gap from Dortmund to five points with a 3-1 conquered Schalke at the Allianz Arena. An own goal by Jeffrey Bruma and further attacks by Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry put Bayern in a strong position after visitors had briefly crossed the line to Ahmed Kutucu. But Bayern showed little to worry Liverpool before the clash in the Champions League in 10 days, with Schalke who rejected a handful of opportunities to claim a share of the points.
Borussia Mönchengladbach dropped to third place, three points behind Bayern, after losing 3-0 Hertha Berlin.
In France, Paris Saint-Germain beat bordeaux 1-0 thanks to a penalty kick of Edinson Cavani – who was then eliminated from the Injured, three days before his training against Manchester United in the Champions League knockout stage. The striker started the interval in a win that brought the PSG to 13 points ahead.
In Spain Getafe he moved a point behind Sevilla, fourth in the standings, after a 3-1 victory in difficulty Celta Vigo. In the great game of the day Real Madrid won 3-1 at Atlético to climb over their neighbors in second, five points behind the leaders, Barcelona.
In Italy, in second place Naples he missed a series of chances as he was awarded a goalless draw a Fiorentina. The result means that Juventus have the chance to extend their lead at the head of 11 points when they face Sassuolo on Sunday. In third place International won 1-0 a Parma.