The Bundesliga has not been as exciting as this for many years, especially considering what happened this Saturday in the Borussia Park Monchengladbach. Borussia beat the mighty Bayern Munich 3-2, taking advantage of the expulsion of Upamecano in the initial stretch of the game and knowing how to take advantage of their numerical superiority once Bayern managed to draw the tables through Choupo-Moting.
If he union berlin takes the three points against the bottom team schalke This Sunday, those from the capital will take the lead from the champion. There is Bundesliga. More than ever.
Bayern began by intimidating the locals, hitting the left wing with a very vertical Davies, which made Lainer’s life considerably complicated. Things changed abruptly after 9 minutes of the game: Upamecano saw the direct red card after knocking down Plea when he was preparing to face summer. The VAR sent the referee to review the play, but Welz remained firm and ended up leaving Bayern with 10 with more than 80 minutes of the game to go. It was not the only jug of cold water for a Bayern who, just 4 minutes later, saw how Stindl overtook Farke’s men after a rehearsed direct free kick that he materialized on a volley.
However, the champion at no time threw in the towel and, despite the numerical inferiority, continued to face Gladbach one on one. Had Stindl the second in his bootsbut his shot to the center of kone he narrowly went off. It was time to show character and Bayern did it. Davies continued to be a dagger on the left-handed lane, he continued to make Lainer desperate and ended up serving the equalizer to a Choupo Moting whose completion with the right-handed inside tied the clash before going through the changing rooms. Bayern had not said the last word.
After entering the field of play I cancel after the expulsion of Upamecano, nagelsmann also gave entry to I healed and musiala to try to overcome the clash against a Gladbach that lacked punch when it came to stabbing the Munich players.
Things changed in the second 45 minutes: hofmann recovered the leather in the center of the field, projected the imperial plead in depth to return to receive the leather of the French and put the Rhinelanders ahead once again. Bensebaini had the sentence in a shot that collided with the aluminum, beginning a final stretch in which Bayern, already with Tel as the last bullet on the pitch, put all the meat on the spit and locked up Gladbach. But finally he couldn’t stop the fohlenthrough thuramended up scoring a third goal that returned a crisis to the Allianz Arena that Tel could not avoid either with a second goal for his team that was useless.
Freiburg and Leipzig take advantage of Bayern’s stumble
took advantage of the situation Freiburg, who beat Bochum (0-2) at the Vonovia Ruhrstadion. Michael Gregoritsch, in the first part, and Lucas Holer, after a center by Christian Gunter, at the beginning of the second, gave Christian Strich’s team the second straight victory. Nor did Leipzig fail, which was reunited with victory after two games without winning. Marco Rose’s team beat Wolfsburg 3-0. The Swede Emil Forsberg at a quarter of an hour and, in the final stretch, the Austrian Konrad Laimer and the Hungarian Dominik Szoboszlai put Leipzig into orbit in the Bundesliga. He is four points behind the leader.
Stuttgart, involved in the bid for permanence, buried their crisis and after six games they won again. They beat Cologne (3-0) at the Mercedes Benz Arena to get out of relegation, to which Bochum falls. The goals of the Portuguese Gil Dias and, in the second half, of the Croatian Borna Sosa and the French Tanguy Coulibaly led to the seventh defeat of the season for Colonia, which is moving away from the European zone. Finally, Eintracht settled in the European zone after beating Werder Bremen (2-0), thanks to an own goal by Marco Friedl after eight minutes and the target by Randal Kolo Muani. EFE
joao cancel (15′, Thomas Muller), Jamal Musiala (45′, Ryan Gravenberch), Leroy Sane (45′, Serge Gnabry), Julian Weigl (55′, Christoph Kramer), Mathys Phone (61′, Eric Choupo-Moting), matthijs de ligt (61′, Leon Goretzka), Florian Neuhaus (73′, Alassane Plea), Marcus Thuram (73′, Lars Stindl), Patrick Hermann (89′, Hannes Wolf), Tony Jantschke (89′, Julian Weigl)
1-0, 12′: Stindl1-1, 34′: Choupo Moting2-1, 54′: Jonas Hoffmann3-1, 83′: Marcus Thuram3-2, 92′: Mathys Phone
Referee: Tobias Welz
VAR Referee: Tobias Stieler, Markus Sinn
Dayotchanculle Upamecano (7′,Red) leon goretzka (36′,Yellow) nagelsmann (77′,Yellow)