FilGoal | News | Musyala, the golden alternative, Bayern Munich hits Leipzig by four

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Jamal Musiala – Alfonso Davies – Robert Lewandowski – Bayern Munich x RB Leipzig

Bayern Munich crushed its host RB Leipzig by four goals to one in the match that brought them together in the fourth week of the German League.

The start of the Bavarian came quickly in the 12th minute, signed by the Polish Robert Lewandowski from a penalty kick he scored in the bottom right corner, after the referee reviewed the video technology.

Before the end of the first half, Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann had to make his first substitution, with Jamal Musiyala instead of Serge Gnabry, who left the field due to his injury, so that the first half ended with Bayern leading with a clean goal.

With the start of the second half, specifically in the 47th minute, the guests scored the second goal, signed by substitute Musiyala, who sent the ball in the lower right corner after a perfect cross from Canadian Alphonso Davies.

In the 51st minute, Leipzig scored a goal, but it was canceled due to offside. Bayern Munich quickly responded in the 54th minute with a perfect finish from Leroy Sane to the left of the goal, scoring the third goal after a decisive pass from Musila.

Leipzig managed to reduce the difference with a Konrad Laimer goal in the 58th minute from the top right corner, after a decisive pass from Kevin Campbell.

Changes rained in the 59th minute, with Josco Gavardiol, Emil Forsberg and Amadou Haidara in the ranks of Leipzig instead of Angelino, Dani Olmo and Konrad Laimer.

On the other hand, Bayern put in former Leipzig player Marcel Sabitzer and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting instead of Leon Goretzka and Robert Lewandowski.

In the 71st minute, Leipzig made its fourth substitution, with Joseph Poulsen replacing Andre Silva, while Josep Stanisic and Niklas Zule replaced Thomas Muller and Benjamin Bavar in the ranks of Bayern Munich, in the 75th minute.

Leipzig’s last substitution came in the 80th minute with Lukas Klostermann replacing Willy Urban, while Sabitzer almost hit his former team’s net in the 88th minute, but he missed the ball badly to save the goalkeeper easily.

Finally, in the 92nd minute, Chubu Moting scored the fourth goal after a superb pass from Joshua Kimmich, ending the match with Bayern Munich in second place with 10 points, two points behind leaders Wolfsburg, while Leipzig fell to 13th place with 3 points.



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