A pure goal, Bayern Munich stayed with the victory against RB Leipzig by 3 to 2

February 6, 2022

The homeowner celebrated this Saturday at the Allianz Arena stadium in the match played for date 21. The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Thomas Müller (11′ 1T), Robert Lewandowski (43′ 1T) and Josko Gvardiol (12 ‘ 2T, against). While the away goals were made by André Silva (27′ 1T) and Christopher Nkunku (7’ 2T).

A great play by B. Munich, 43 minutes into the first half, was the one that moved the scoreboard thanks to Robert Lewandowski. The striker makes a fool of the rival goalkeeper with a header that went into the right post, after a throw-in executed by Kingsley Coman.

33 minutes into the first half, Kingsley Coman had a chance to put his team ahead, but the shot hit one of the posts.

The best player of the match was Leroy Sané. The Bayern Munich attacker shot at the opposite goal 8 times.

Robert Lewandowski also stood out at the Allianz Arena. The Bayern Munich attacker scored 1 goal and shot at the opposite goal 6 times.

Bayern Munich midfielder Serge Gnabry humiliated his brand by throwing a stupendous shot at him in the 82nd minute of the second leg.

It was a game with many fouls and numerous interruptions. There were several cautioned: Lucas Hernández, Konrad Laimer, Christopher Nkunku and Benjamin Henrichs.

B. Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann proposed a 3-4-3 formation with Manuel Neuer in goal; Benjamin Pavard, Niklas Süle and Lucas Hernández in the defensive line; Serge Gnabry, Joshua Kimmich, Corentin Tolisso and Kingsley Coman in the middle; and Thomas Müller, Leroy Sané and Robert Lewandowski in attack.

For its part, Domenico Tedesco’s team took the field with a 3-4-3 scheme with Péter Gulácsi under the three sticks; Lukas Klostermann, Willi Orban and Josko Gvardiol in defense; Nordi Mukiele, Konrad Laimer, Kevin Kampl and Angeliño at midfield; and Dani Olmo, Christopher Nkunku and André Silva up front.

Sven Jablonski was the referee who directed the match at the Allianz Arena.

B. Munich’s next game in the championship will be away against Bochum, while RB Leipzig will host Cologne.

The local is leading with 52 points and 17 wins, while the visitor reached 31 units and is placed in seventh place in the tournament.

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