Bayern and Leipzig not score in big game – Football World – Germany

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German champion Bayern Munich failed to beat second in the standings RB Leipzig and both teams finished in result 0: 0 in the derby of the 21st round of the Bundesliga. The two teams did not fully live up to their expectations and surprisingly failed to score. However, both teams have made a number of omissions and may regret their failure to succeed.

In total, the two teams split one half at a time. The first was designated for the “Bavarians”, who owned the ball 70% of the time, completed seven corners and had several good situations, one of which cleared the ball from the goal line. In the second 45 minutes, however, things turned around and in the first seconds of the half the Bulls made a serious pass. A few more followed, and by the end of the meeting Byren woke up but failed to reap the success.

Thus, the Bavarians remain at the top of the 43-point asset ranking, one of their current opponents. In the next round, Hans Flick’s players visit Cologne, while Julian Nagelsman’s players take Werder Bremen home.


Niklas Zule, Javi Martinez and Ivan Perisic will miss the meeting today due to injuries, but wing Kingsley Coman is back on the bench and is on the bench.

For Julien Nagelsman’s team, Ibrahima Konate, Willie Orban and Kevin Campell are out of order. However, quarterback Angelino will make his debut for the team, who arrived for the remainder of the season from Manchester City.

In the first few minutes, the home team held the ball more and managed to get the ball in the first place. After a short corner kick from Thomas Muller, the ball reached Tiago Alcantara on the boundary of the penalty area, which fired a rebound, but goalkeeper Peter Gulashi managed to break into a new corner with one hand. By ten minutes, the Bavarians had already completed four angular blows.

In the 11th minute, Alfonso Davis showed great speed on the left flank, went into the penalty area and made a pass to the ground towards the far post. There, Müller returned the ball to the penalty spot where Leon Goretska tried to score, but the visitors’ defender blocked the shot and the ball came in a new corner.

Four minutes later, Marcel Sabitzer made his first strike on Manuel Neuer’s door, but out.

In the 24th minute, Leipzig’s first real goal opportunity was opened. Timo Werner was left uncovered in front of the penalty area, stepped in and fired heavily into the near corner but past the beam.

Two minutes later, Serge Gnabri broke through on the left in the penalty box and tried to pass Robert Lewandowski. The ricochet ball in Dayo Upamecano and it was in the Pole that fired, but the defender blocked the shot and the ball came in a corner kick.

The visitors leveled the game and went boldly into the front positions, but the dangerous situation in front of Neuer was hardly reached.

In the 37th minute Gnabri tried a shot but in the out. Just two minutes later, Lewandowski picked up the ball well after receiving a pass into the penalty area and fired, but on goal line Dajo Upamecano reached out and struck.

The second half started with a serious pass from the visitors. After a short shuffle in the Bavarians’ penalty area, the ball reached Leipzig captain Marcel Zabitzer, who fired very hard from a few meters, but above the beam.

In the 49th minute Jerome Boateng made a mistake in his penalty area and Timo Werner managed to overcome the forward Manuel Neuer, but David Alaba threw himself before the attacker and stopped the ball with his hand, but it was firmly attached to his body and for that reason no penalty was awarded.

In the 54th minute, Lewandowski was demolished in the penalty area and Chief Justice Marco Fritz sentenced him to a penalty. However, after the examination with the VAR system, it was canceled due to the ambush of the Pole.

An hour later, Bayern coach Hans Flick’s senior coach was about to make the change and put in Philippe Coutinho to replace Serge Gnabri.

Three minutes later, the visitors made another serious pass during this half. Christopher Nkunku was superbly left-backed by the team and made a wonderful pass to left-back Timo Werner in the penalty area, but the striker fired in an out-of-the-box goal against Neuer.

In the 67th minute, Luca Hernandez replaced Jerome Boateng, and shortly thereafter the first bull change was made. Julian Nagelsman replaced Danny Olmo with Patrick Schick.

The cleanest head situation for Bayern in the second half came only in the 80th minute. Then Lewandowski brilliantly leaked Leon Goretska on his own against Peter Gulashi and struck down the ground, but the Hungarian guard managed to strike in a corner kick.

Shortly after this situation, Nagelsman released Ademola Lukman in place of Christopher Nkunku. Five minutes before the end of the game after the injury, Kingsley Coman returned. He replaced Leon Goretska.

Two minutes before the end of regular time, Joshua Kimih centers sharply in the penalty area with a snarl kick, but little goes for the home side to block the pass.

Continuing the match, Leipzig could get to three points after catching the Bavarians on a counterattack, which left Ademola Luckman ahead on the right and tried a pass to the breakaway Werner, but at the last moment Kimih managed to cross the pass.


Bayern Munich – RB Leipzig 0: 0

Starting teams of both teams:

BAYERN MUNICH (4-2-3-1): 1. Manuel Neuer (to) – 5. Benjamin Pavar, 17. Jerome Boateng, 27. David Alaba, 19. Alfonso Davis – 32. Joshua Kimih, 6. Thiago Alcantara – 25. Thomas Müller, 18. Leon Goretska, 22. Serge Gnabri – 9. Robert Lewandowski

Senior Coach: Hans Flick

RB Leipzig (4-3-3): 1. Peter Gulashi – 3. Angelinho, 23. Marcel Halstenberg, 5. Dayo Upamecano, 16. Lucas Klosterman – 14. Tyler Adams, 27. Conrad Leimer, 7. Marcel Sabitzer (to) – 18. Christopher Nkunk, 11. Timo Werner, 25. Danny Olmo

Senior Coach: Julian Nagelsman

Chief Judge: Marco Fritz, Germany

Stadium: Allianz Arena, Munich Germany



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