The hosts had the lead in the first half, but then the visitors missed two golden chances.
The situation of Timo Werner was especially pure, and Germany’s national striker is unlikely to sleep tonight, wondering how he failed to hit Bayern’s 7-8-meter door, left alone.
A penalty was awarded in the middle of the second half for Bayern and Robert Lewandowski took the ball to fill it. However, judges from the VAR room did justice – he was ambushed by the pass to the Pole before being fouled.
Bayern tops 43 points, Leipzig is second with 42. Borussia Dortmund is third with 39 points, while Borussia Monchengladbach is fourth with the same asset, but also less.
Today he was to be played, but the meeting with Cologne at home was postponed due to the terrible weather in some of the northern and western parts of the continent.
The fifth Leverkusen is also close – 37 points, and Schalke has 35. The first six teams in the Bundesliga standings were collected in 8 points difference.