Leon Gorecki (17), Thomas Mueller (41), Robert Lewandowski (46) and Alfonso Davis (61) scored for Hansi Flick’s team, and once Hintegerger scored an own goal in the 74th minute. Before scoring in his own goal, Martin Hintegerger scored two goals for Eintracht (53, 56).
The expected home pressure quickly pushed the guests in their half and miraculously did not reach a goal in the first 15 minutes. Twice goalkeeper Kevin Trapp saved dangerous shots by Perisic and Pavar, and in the 12th minute the crossbar helped him after a shot by Lewandowski.
However, the Eintracht guard was helpless in the 17th minute, when Thomas Müller centered from the left and Leon Gorecka showed mastery, sending the ball into the net for 1: 0.
Kevin Trapp had to show his class again in the 37th minute when David Alaba struck a fierce shot from the edge of the penalty area to the upper right corner. Seconds later, Robert Lewandowski was close to scoring, but after his shot the ball went a little off the left post.
The cat’s game with the mouse scored again in the 41st minute. Thomas Mueller scored a second goal after mastering a long pass from Alfonso Davis in the penalty area and doubled the score in cold blood. The guests claimed that Mueller was in an ambush and Judge Marco Fritz consulted the VAR. After a brief consultation, he pointed to the center of the field.
The second half started in a whirlwind and in the 46th minute the result became classic. The goal scorer was Robert Lewandowski, who intercepted a Kingsley Coman cross from the right with his head.
In just three minutes, however, Eintracht returned to the match with two goals by Martin Hintegerger and shocked the hosts. First, in the 53rd minute, he punished a sleep of the Bavarians after a corner kick in front of Neuer. Hintenerger first played with his head after the cross, and then, under the indifferent gazes of the defenders, sent the ball behind Neuer’s back.
Just three minutes later, after a corner by Sebastian Rode, Martin Hinteger jumped to the top and reduced the score with a precise header.
The goal shocked the hosts, but unexpected gifts restored peace to their team. In the 61st minute, Gelson Fernandez, instead of clearing the ball, brought Alfonso Davis to the goal position and it was child’s play for the Canadian to make 4: 2. The hero so far for Eintracht Hintegerger made a fatal mistake in the 74th minute, when he carelessly sent the ball into his own goal to the delight of the Bavarians.
The fifth goal calmed the Bavarians and in the last minutes they could have scored another goal. Filip Kostic paraded through the center in the 84th minute and shot powerfully, but the ball shook the right crossbar. A minute later Almami Toure struck hard to the bottom right corner, but Manuel Neuer showed reflex and did not allow the ball to bend the net.
Bayern – Eintracht 5: 2
Goalscorers: 1: 0 Gorecka (17), 2: 0 Mueller (41), 3: 0 Lewandowski (46), 3: 1 Hinteger (53), 3: 2 Hinteger (56), 4: 2 Davis (61), 5: 2 Hinteger (74)
BAYERN MUNICH: 1. Neuer, 5. Pavar, 17. Boateng (73-21. Hernandez), 27. Alaba, 19. Davis, 32. Kimih (85-11. Quizans), 18. Gorecka, 29. Koman (85-35). Zirksee), 25. Müller, 14. Perišić (64-22. Gnabri), 9. Lewandowski
Coach Hans-Dieter Flick
EINTRACHT FRANKFURT: 1. Trapp, 18. Toure, 13. Hintegerger, 2. Ndika (46-22. Chandler), 24. Da Costa (73-10. Durm), 17. Rode (71-15. Kamada), 3. Ilzanker, 5. Fernandez, 10. Kostic, 11. Gacinovic (71-8. Sow), 33. Andre Silva (76-9. Dost)
Coach Adolf Hutter