1. Bayer Leverkusen 4 vs. VfL Wolfsburg 5 (February 14th, 2015) (100/100)
This was the most exciting match of the 2014/2015 Bundesliga season for a handful of different reasons. These were two of the top teams in the Bundesliga at the time, there were 9 goals scored, it featured a big comeback, and the winning goal was scored in extra time. Wolfsburg F Bas Dost also put on the most impressive individual performance of the season in this match, scoring 4 goals in the winning effort. Wolfsburg took a 3-0 lead in the 1st half thanks to goals in the 6th, 17th, and 29th minute. But between the 57th and 72nd minute of the match there were 5 goals scored, 4 for Leverkusen and 1 for Wolfsburg. This tied the match at 4-4, and Dost would become the hero after scoring the winning goal in 93rd minute.
2. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 3 vs. FC Koln 4 (November 8th, 2014) (100/100)
Neither of these sides were amongst the Bundesliga elite last season, but this was still the 2nd most exciting match of the 2014/2015 campaign. However, this match definitely featured the most exciting 1st half of the season. There were 6 goals scored in the 1st half, with the match being tied 3-3 at halftime. The 2nd half was a much slower 45 minutes of play, but there was an exciting decisive goal scored that solidified this match as one of the best Bundesliga contests in recent memory. In the 83rd minute, Pawel Olkowski connected on a left footed shot from outside the box to give FC Koln a 4-3 victory on the road.
3. Eintracht Frankfurt 4 vs. VfB Stuttgart 5 (October 25th, 2014) (99/100)
This was one of the closest and highest scoring matches of the season, and it came all the way down to the wire. The first 20 minutes of the match were relatively slow, and the 1st goal was scored in the 21st minute by Frankfurt’s Alexander Madlung. But Stuttgart would answer with 2 goals in the 34th and 36th minute, to take a 2-1 lead into halftime. Stuttgart would then add to their lead with a goal in the 51st minute, giving them the only 2 goal lead of the match. This was short lived though, as Frankfurt scored 3 goals between the 57th and 65th minute to take back the lead. Frankfurt would hold this lead until the 81st minute, but Stuttgart finished on top thanks to goals in the 81st and 84th minute.
4. FC Schalke 3 vs. VfL Wolfsburg 2 (November 22nd, 2014) (96/100)
This match was one of the best of the season because VfL Wolfsburg nearly completed a 3-0 comeback. Schalke took the lead on goals in the 10th, 22nd, and 25th minute. The first two goals were scored by the man of the match, Schalke F Maxim Choupo-Moting. Wolfsburg cut the lead to 3-1 by halftime thanks to a 37th minute goal by Ivica Olic.Then things got really interesting when Nicklas Bendtner scored in the 74th minute for Wolfsburg, cutting the lead to 3-2. But Schalke would hold on down the stretch despite a handful of shots and a few scares from Wolfsburg.
5. VfB Stuttgart 3 vs. Bayer Leverkusen 3 (October 18th, 2014) (95/100)
This was the most exciting draw of the season, and it was truly the tale of two halves. Bayer Leverkusen were the heavy favorites in this match, even being on the road. Which made it seem nearly impossible for Stuttgart to comeback after falling behind 3-0 in the first half. Leverkusen came out of the gates roaring, scoring goals in the 4th, 9th, and 41st minute. But Stuttgart was able to regroup at halftime, and put on a show in the 2nd half. Thanks to goals in the 57th, 67th, and 76th minute, Stuttgart pulled off an amazing comeback to tie the match at 3-3. The rest of the match was a back and forth tussle, but neither team could drive home a winner.
6. Borussia Dortmund 2 vs. VfB Stuttgart 2 (September 24th, 2014) (95/100)
While the 1st half of this match wasn’t anything to write home about, the 2nd half alone made it one of the best of the season. Dortmund were heavily favored in this match, especially seeing as they were at home. However, neither team was able to find the net in the 1st half. It was Stuttgart that would take the lead in the beginning of the 2nd half thanks to a 48th minute goal by Daniel Didavi. Didavi struck again in the 68th minute to give Stuttgart a 2-0 lead, and Dortmund a whole lot to worry about. But Leverkusen scored in the 73rd minute on a right footed shot to the bottom right corner of the goal to cut the lead to 2-1. The moment of the match came in the 86th minute when Ciro Immobile scored to tie the match 2-2.
7. Bayer Leverkusen 3 vs. Werder Bremen 3 (September 12th, 2014) (95/100)
This match went back and forth despite Bayer Leverkusen taking 26 shots, and Werder Bremen only taking 8. Leverkusen also had 56% of possession in this match, and looked in control a few times. But Werder Bremen used a few timely goals to keep pace with Leverkusen. Despite falling behind 1-0, Bremen’s Fin Bartels was able to tie the match up with a goal from outside the box right before halftime. This score would hold until the 60th minute, when Franco Di Santo scored from the center of the box for Werder Bremen. Leverkusen would then answer right back with goals in the 63rd and 73rd minute. But this lead would only hold for 12 minutes, as Werder Bremen scored an equalizer in the 85th minute.
8. Bayer Leverkusen 2 vs. SC Paderborn 07 2 (October 4th, 2014) (95/100)
This was one of the most thrilling finishes of the 2014/2015 Bundesliga season. SC Paderborn 07 scored 1st on a 20th minute goal by Suleyman Koc from the top right corner of the box. Bayer Leverkusen would answer before halftime though, scoring a fast break goal in the 42nd minute. Neither team would score in the second half until Moritz Stoppelkamp scored a left-footed goal in the 87th minute to give SC Paderborn 07 the lead. But Leverkusen would fend off the upset thanks to a 90th minute goal by Karim Bellarabi. SC Paderborn 07 only ended up with 36% possession in this match, compared to Bayer Leverkusen’s 64% possession.
9. Eintracht Frankfurt 4 vs. Hertha BSC 4 (December 17th, 2014) (93/100)
Not only was this match extremely high scoring, but Eintracht Frankfurt were able to pull off a huge comeback. Hertha BSC took a 3-0 lead thanks to goals in the 21st, 33rd, and 37th minute. But Stefan Ainger was able to score in the 43rd minute for Frankfurt to cut the lead to 3-1. The 1st goal of the 2nd half was scored in the 58th minute by Haris Seferovic, to bring Frankfurt a goal closer. But things stopped looking up for Frankfurt when Hertha BSC scored in the 80th minute, giving them a 4-2 lead. Both teams were scoreless for the rest of regular time, but Frankfurt scored a goal in the 90th and 91st minute to end the match tied 4-4.
10. Werder Bremen 3 vs. Hannover 96 3 (December 13th, 2014) (93/100)
This was a back-and-forth affair between two teams in the middle of the Bundesliga table. Hannover scored in the 12th minute on a goal by Lars Stindl from close range, and held the lead for the next 24 minutes. That’s when Werder Bremen’s Zlatko Junuzovic scored on a free kick that found the bottom left corner. This score (1-1) would hold until halftime. Werder Bremen would score in the 55th minute thanks to a rocket from Melvyn Lorenzen to take a 2-1 lead. But the match turned upside down just a few minutes later when Hannover 96 scored in the 62nd and 64th minute to take a 3-2 lead. Hannover kept this lead until the 88th minute, when Davie Selke taped in a goal from just a few feet away.