Bayern gives a power grab to one of his pursuers

Bayern gives a power grab to one of his pursuers

Bayern restored this Sunday to the lead of the Bundesliga – which had provisionally lost on Saturday at the hands of Borussia Dortmund – by winning 3-0 against union berlin in a match he controlled from start to finish.

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It was a game between two teams tied on points and the bayern He had a team in front of him that had not lost a single game this year.

Bayern showed from the start that they were aware of what was one of the most important games of the season so far, with the lead at stake and the danger of falling back to third, and they showed lasting signs of concentration and intensity.

The approach of the party could not surprise anyone and it was as everyone expected. The ball belonged to Bayern and the Union tried to close the spaces in their own half, waiting for any counter-attacking chances or luck to give them a dead end.

Bayern’s first achievement was to almost completely negate Union counterattack attempts. The second thing was to resist the Berliners in their usual intensity in the dispute over the distributed balls.

Bayern knew they would find a wall and committed to bombarding the area with crosses and diagonal passes.

In the 31st minute, a pass from Joshua Kimmich from midfield found Kingsley Coman who crossed to Eric-Maxim Choupo Moting, who got up between the two men guarding him, to head first.

Until then, the Union had come only once, with a shot out Roussillon a pass from Laidouni in the 15th minute, but it’s no secret that the Berliners usually get a lot out of a few opportunities.

The battle between the midfield and the penalty area continued. Bayern insisted. No later than 37 minutes, when Union had a clear chance to equalize at the feet of Laidouni, it seemed to come out of nowhere. The Bavarian team felt doubled that they needed at least the second goal to have some certainty.

That second goal came, in the 40th minute, with a move that began with a long kick from Union goalkeeper Frederik Rönnow. Mattjis de Ligth won the aerial duel on the halfway line and the ball went to Müller who first made a deep pass to Coman who had half the field ahead to reach the area, dribbled past Rönnow and scored on an empty net.

The penalty came before the break when Jamal Musiala made the third from close range to Múller’s centre.

In the first five minutes of the second half, Bayern had two good chances, at the feet of Alphonso Davies and Musiala.

The Union also had some good arrivals, the best of which was a chance herald becker in 58, but Bayern were closer to fourth than the cheap Berliners.

Rönnow prevented the fourth Bavarian goal three times for two shots from Müller and one from Davies.

Source: El heraldo

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