Bayern always come back

Everything returns to its course in Germany. The joy of Borussia Dortmund lasted only a week who, after finally returning to the top of the table, punctured on Friday (0-0 in Bochum) and allowed Bayern to counterattack. The people from Munich did it, beating Hertha Berlin 2-0 to return to the top of the Bundesliga. With just 4 games to go, Bayern, which is again one point above BVB, once again has in its hand what would be its eleventh consecutive salad bowl. There is Bundesliga. More than ever.

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He Hertha came out to what came out. Those from the capital knew that scoring points at the Allianz Arena meant capturing their most solid version in defense. And that was what Dardai’s pupils did from the initial whistle, showing the offensive shortcomings of a Bayern that still hasn’t found that spark that characterized them up front. Despite registering more than 70% possession in the first period, the team led by Tuchel only managed to get close on a total of two occasions with danger to the frame protected by Christensen. A shot from Coman and a header from Mané were the only things the locals produced during the first 45 minutes.. Too little at this stage of the competition.

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Things did not change after returning from the locker room. The champion could not besiege a Berlin team that, within its possibilities, remained firm and solid in defense, counteracting the little that Bayern managed to generate. It was necessary to revive the Munich attack. Tuchel was the first to see it and, being the myth applauded by the Allianz, gave entry to Müller to revolutionize the final bars of the clash. And that’s when, in a subtle mince by Kimmich from the front, the goal was born that returned the leadership of the highest German competition to the usual. Kimmich hung it in the heart of the area, where Gnabry was waiting, to head the leather with all the rage that he kept inside towards the bottom of the net. Hertha lowered their arms and Coman, in the final stretch, sentenced only against Christensen.

Wolfsburg dreams of European places again after beating Mainz

He Wolfsburg returns to dream of European places after breaking a streak of three consecutive matches -two draws and one defeat- without knowing victory, by winning this Sunday 3-0 against mainz with a brace from Danish striker Jonas Wind. The Nordic attacker, who had not scored since January 24, exemplified the effectiveness of the “wolves” like few others, who converted the three shots between the three sticks that they signed in the first half into goals.

yes after five minutes Wind was in charge of opening the scoring for the localsby converting a pass from the Swede into 1-0 mattias svanbergin 13 it was the Belgian Sebastian Bornauw who doubled the lead (2-0) for the Croatian Nico Kovac.

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A marker that did not appease the voracity of the Wolfsburgwho did not miss the next opportunity he had to establish what would ultimately be the final 3-0 through the Danish Jonas Windwho signed a double, after sending a center of Riddle Baku. He tried to react mainz in the second half, but unlike what happened last week, when those of the Dane Bo Svensson they prevailed 3-1 at Bayern Munich with three goals in the second forty-five minutes, this time there was no comeback.

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    summer

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    I cancel

  • 5

    Benjamin Pavard

  • 4

    matthijs de ligt

  • 40

    Noussair Mazraoui
    (73′)

  • 8

    leon goretzka
    (Four. Five’)

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    kingsley coman
    (80′)

  • 7

    gnabry

  • 6

    joshua kimmich

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    Jamal Musiala
    (60′)

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    well
    (60′)

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    Daley Blind

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    Bona Sarr

  • 10

    heal
    (Four. Five’)

  • 44

    josip stanisic
    (73′)

  • 26

    Ulreich

  • 38

    ryan gravenberch
    (60′)

  • 25

    muller
    (60′)

  • 39

    Mathys Phone
    (80′)

Hertha

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    Oliver Christensen

  • 3

    Augustine Rogel

  • twenty-one

    plattenhardt

  • 16

    kenny

  • 5

    Filip Uremovic

  • 24

    Jessica Ngankam
    (54′)

  • 10

    Boetius

  • 29

    Lucas Tousart

  • 17

    Mittelstadt

  • 7

    Florian Niederlechner
    (54′)

  • 14

    Lukebakio
    (82′)

  • Dock
  • 40

    Chidera Ejuke
    (54′)

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    pekarík

  • 6

    Cigerci

  • 41

    pascal clemens

  • 33

    Robert Kwasigroch

  • 39

    derry scherhant
    (82′)

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    AKA Wilfride Kanga
    (54′)

Changes

Leroy Sane (45′, Leon Goretzka), Chidera Ejuke (54′, Jessica Ngankam), wilfried kanga (54′, Florian Niederlechner), Thomas muller (60′, Sadio Mané), ryan gravenberch (60′, Jamal Musiala), josip stanisic (73′, Noussair Mazraoui), Mathys Phone (80′, Kingsley Coman), derry scherhant (82′, Dodi Lukebakio)

goals

1-0, 68′: gnabry2-0, 78′: kingsley coman

cards

Referee: Patrick Ittrich
VAR referee: Pascal Müller, Michael Emmer
leon goretzka (24′,Yellow) I cancel (66′,Yellow)

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