The DFB said it was reviewing Sancho and Hakimi’s case as well as Schalke’s Weston McKennie, who wore an armband with the slogan “Justice for George”.
Eintracht Frankfurt are struggling to deal with playing in front of empty stands after action in the Bundesliga resumed following a two-month break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bundesliga talking points: From Bayern Munich's eight-game winning run to Kai Havertz's goal-scoring form
Quick, smart and highly-skilled, Havertz scored twice for the second consecutive game on Sunday as top European clubs are closing in.
Bundesliga: Raphael Guerreiro, Achraf Hakimi score as Dortmund beat Wolfsburg; Kai Havertz bags brace in Bayer win
The result lifted Dortmund to 57 points, one behind Bayern, who are in action against Eintracht Frankfurt later on Saturday. The Bundesliga resumed last week with no fans, after more than two months of suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bundesliga returns with fist-bump celebrations and masks as Borussia Dortmund slam four past Schalke
Borussia Dortmund provided much-needed fireworks with a 4-0 demolition of bitter rivals Schalke after Bundesliga restarted in front of empty stands after a suspension of over two months
Bundesliga: Trip for toiletries costs Augsburg coach Heiko Herrlich debut game for breaking quarantine rules
The game against Wolfsburg was to be Herrlich's first game in charge of 14th-place Augsburg. He was appointed in March but had yet to oversee a game because the league was suspended amid the coronavirus pandemic.
These fanless matches, called ‘ghost games’ in Germany, are virtually unknown in the Bundesliga
Bundesliga: All eyes on Germany as football gets going once again with Bayern Munich chasing eighth straight title
Players have been told not to spit, celebrate in groups, or touch hands with team mates, while some Bundesliga clubs will use music and cardboard cutouts of fans to enhance the atmosphere at matches.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Football looks to liven up empty stadiums with cardboard fans, piped applause from app
For many, the real problem of football's “ghost matches” is the lack of noise and eerie atmosphere with the shouts of players and coaching staff echoing around deserted arenas.
What if Europe's top five leagues ended as things stand in the middle of a pandemic enforced standstill?
European leagues are looking to find a solution to the 2019-20 season which has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. What if champions and relegation was announced based on current positions?
Here is a summary of some of the agreements reached or negotiated by major football clubs in Europe amid uncertainty caused by the coronavirus.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has already affected and reshaped the professional sports landscape in Europe and is now forcing cancellation and postponement of sporting events across the globe.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lower-tier clubs feeling impact of domestic football's suspension amidst COVID-19 outbreak
The suspension of competitions across the globe has taken a toll on top teams everywhere, but it will be for the smaller clubs that the financial impact may cause the most damage
Coronavirus pandemic: Bundesliga clubs lead the way on football salary cuts as leagues come to a standstill
The cuts come as European clubs grapple with a sudden shortage of funds. Wage bills for the season were budgeted on the expectation of income from TV broadcast fees, sponsorships and ticket sales, which are all being scaled back.
Borussia Moenchengladbach’s players and coaching staff became the first in Germany to accept pay cuts during the coronavirus crisis to support the club as revenues dry up due to halted matches
Bundesliga: Bayern Leverkusen's late comeback dents Borussia Dortmund's title hopes; Schalke held to 1-1 draw
Leverkusen closed to two points off the Champions League places.
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich take top spot after Leipzig drop points; Borussia Dortmund thrash Union Berlin 5-0
Bayern Munich scored three goals in the opening 26 minutes to defeat Mainz 3-1 away on Saturday and go a point clear at the top of the Bundesliga with their sixth straight win.
Bundesliga: League top-scorer Robert Lewandowski, winger Serge Gnabry to return for Bayern Munich against Hertha Berlin
Bayern, who won the previous seven league titles, are in third place in the Bundesliga, on 33 points, with Borussia Moenchengladbach second on 35
FIFA eClub World Cup 2020 to be held in Milan from 7 to 9 February, announces football's governing body
FIFA announced on Wednesday that its eClub World Cup will take place in Milan from 7 to 9 February after 24 teams secured qualification through five rounds of online matches.
Bundesliga: Stoppage time goals help Bayern Munich seal 3-1 win over Freiburg; Borussia Moenchengladbach beat Paderborn
Bayern Munich’s Joshua Zirkzee and Serge Gnabry scored stoppage-time goals to give the Bundesliga champions a 3-1 win over Freiburg while Borussia Moenchengladbach joined RB Leipzig at the top of the table with a 2-0 win over Paderborn