Bundesliga Bayern heals Villarreal’s wounds in Bielefeld

Bundesliga Bayern heals Villarreal's wounds in Bielefeld


In the Bundesliga there is no one who can with Bayern Munich. Just four days after being eliminated from the Champions League at the hands of Emery’s Villarreal, Nagelsmann’s men made up for the debacle against Bielefeld to restore the nine-point difference over Borussia Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga. For it, the six-time European champion beat Arminia Bielefeld 3-0 and, with only four days remaining in the German top competition, he is already touching what would be his tenth consecutive salad bowl with his fingertips. To sing a wing, they just need to beat Borussia Dortmund in the German football classic that will take place next weekend.. The Bundesliga is still red and white.

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Bayern took over the game from the start. Despite the Bavarian dominance, it was the locals who were able to get ahead on the scoreboard through Wimmer. His shot narrowly missed, and just three minutes later, an own goal by Laursen after a header by Davies put the favorite ahead. He was able to extend Goretzka’s lead twice, reflecting a Munich superiority that, once again, paid off on the brink of halftime. After two golden chances to draw from Okugawa and Prietl, it was Gnabry who extended the rent for Bayern in a dubious position. He was worth the goal after consulting the referee with the VAR.

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Not that it was exactly a very lucky afternoon for Bielefeld. As well as not taking advantage of the chances he had to put Bayern on the ropes, he lost Kunze after suffering an elbow from Nianzou to the back of the head. Laursen, with muscular problems, also had to be substituted. musicawho entered the field in the second half for Müller, crowned a great half hour with a goal that closed what could be the penultimate victory before the umpteenth league title for the Bavarians.

Changes

George Bello (38′, Jacob Laursen), Sebastian Vasiliadis (48′, Fabian Kunze), Joseph Stanisic (45′, Nianzou Tanguy Kouassi), jamal musiala (60′, Müller), Heal (60′, M. Sabitzer), robinhack (73′, Janni Serra), Castro (73′, Schopf), Choupo-Moting (88′, Lewandowski), Gabriel Vidović (88′, Gnabri)

goals

0-1, 9′: Jacob Lauren0-2, 51′: Gnabri0-3, 84′: jamal musiala

cards

Referee: Dr. Matthias Jöllenbeck
VAR Referee: Markus Schmidt
Fabian Künze (24′, Yellow) Nianzou Tanguy Kouassi (44′, Yellow) Joshua Kimmich (64′, Yellow

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