Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich All Gоals & Extеndеd Hіghlіghts
- Title : Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich All Gоals & Extеndеd Hіghlіghts
National player Kimmich lost, but won the most intense Bundesliga top game at rivals Dortmund after falling behind: FC Bayern Munich is expanding its series against BVB with a 3-2 win in the end, but still has to worry - and can rely on Lewandowski in particular (eleven goals this season) and leave Neuer. In addition, the recently often discussed Alaba also met.
The 103rd Bundesliga duel between Dortmund and Bayern was eagerly awaited - and delivered a highly tactical affair in the first few minutes. The team of BVB coach Lucien Favre, who compared to the 3-0 Champions League success in Bruges, was able to fall back on the last ailing Hummels (captain Reus and Sancho came in for Brandt and Hazard), defensive as usual safe and hardly allowed anything. Only Lewandowski was able to register early (1st minute, outside network), while Goretzka desperate at Bürki (14th).
Highly pressing Munich, for whom Bayern coach Hansi Flick had to do without Pavard (bruise in the upper leg) after the clear 6: 2 at RB Salzburg and instead brought Sarr (also Goretzka for Tolisso in the starting eleven), let go after conquering the ball overrun switching Westphalia over and over again. But Reyna, Sancho, Haaland & Co. couldn't use any of the few options. The closest came Haaland, who hastily moved to the Reus Pass (17th) and shot past Neuer to the right again (21st).
Lewandowski cheers and falls silent again - worries about Kimmich
Then it was Lewandowski's hour again, who scored 1-0 on the bottom right after a nice attack and Gnabry template (24th). After the VAR intervention, however, the decision was made to go offside, the Pole's right knee was apparently slightly too far forward during the pass (26th). Speaking of knees: After making a mistake in midfield, Kimmich pursued Haaland with a tough tackle and sustained an injury (34th). The German national player came to tears during the following treatment, he had to go down - Tolisso replaced him (37th).
Reus celebrates, Alaba counters
The first 45 minutes were not over yet, just before the break it should go again: After a great advance and after precise Guerreiro preparatory work with an untenable direct shot, BVB captain Reus scored the 1-0 (45th), which was also the eighth goal of his career against Bayern (no current Bundesliga professional has anymore). The half-time lead? Not at all! Because in the fourth minute of stoppage time Delaney had given Munich a promising free-kick, which of all things the Alaba, who made the headlines last, converted with a little luck (Meunier falsified slightly).
The second section offered even more directly - on both sides. First of all, Lewandowski, who was quick to think, headed the ball after Hernandez's cross in front of his opponent Hummels to make it 2-1 in the lower right corner (48th). For the Pole, who was still a BVB professional between 2010 and 2014, this was the 17th goal in the 13th duel with Dortmund. No other player in Bundesliga history had scored against his ex-club so often! With the 2: 1 in the back, Munich continued to push: Coman hit the right post (51st) and failed shortly afterwards to Bürki (53rd). On the other hand, Haaland's opponent Boateng was impressively dependent, but moved from an acute angle (53rd). In addition, Reyna missed the 2-2 after a Sarr mistake, because Neuer dived attentively (63rd) - and Reus (68th) and Joker Hazard (69th) also despaired of the still reliable number 1 in Germany.
Haaland and Reus leave it 3: 3
The final phase brought early missed shots from Lewandowski (72nd) and Gnabry (74th) as well as the decisive 3-1. After a Lewandowski pass, Joker Sané hit the bottom left corner just before the attacking Akanji (83rd). This did not dispel any remaining doubts: After a strong Guerreiro pass, Haaland made it 2: 3 (83rd), before Alaba rescued shortly before Haaland was ready to shoot again (85th) and Reus hastily forgiven (87th).