Initial reaction and observation
- What a game. Salrzburg came to the competition, and they almost crushed Bayern Munich on the day of departure. Jesse Marsch is a coach. The score wasn’t fair to them, it was a fair play until the 80th minute.
Joshua Kimmich is sublimating. He could be the best midfielder in the world right now. This man can do anything.
Thomas Muller was the choice of the attackers, he successfully executed a penalty and an own goal. Robert Lewandowski is relatively quiet, though he got out of this with a brace.
- Bayern̵7;s depth shone in the night, with Leroy Sane and Buona Sarr changing the game completely.
- With Dortmund taking the next lead, Hansi Flick needs to tackle the team’s defense. If Leon Goretzka does not return then, we could see a return to a terrifying 4-3-3 for more control.
Final score: Bayern 6, RB Salzburg 2. The referee ended Salzburg’s misery.
90 + 2 – WOODEN TABLE for Bayern! The beat is not over yet: Douglas Costa makes a cross on the left, but it is blocked for Lucas Hernandez. Hernandez put it up and threw it in the net. The game ends.
90 ‘- A double substitution for Bayern: Musiala came on for Müller and Costa for Gnabry. Two minutes of extra time to play.
88 & # 39; – WOODEN TABLE for Bayern! Salzburg was completely down: Javi Martinez made a beautiful pass through the RB box right to Lewandowski, whose header scored a double.
85 ‘- The yellow card goes to Mwepu, who accidentally hit Hernandez in the face.
83 & # 39; – TIMES for Bayern! And what a goal! Kimmich blocked a careless ball and rushed forward before passing Sané in front. Sané drove into the box, took a Cruyff to get the space as he cut through to the left, and then he launched a worthwhile shot Arjen Robben went into the top left corner.
81 ‘- Bayern knocked again. Sané found Müller in the box, but his shot was too easy for Stankovic to make a clearance.
79 & # 39; – WOODEN TABLE for Bayern! Kimmich takes a great corner and Boateng connects in the far corner, sending the perfect ball into the top right corner. So far, Boa has been MotM, if you ask me.
78 ‘- Kristensen fouled Thomas Müller out of the box, giving Bayern another dangerous free kick. Lewandowski shot the ball just wide.
76 ‘- Substitution of Salzburg: Ongéné replaces Berisha.
74 ‘- The trio replaced Bayern: Sarr replaced Pavard, Leroy Sané replaced Coman, and Javi Martinez replaced Tolisso.
seventy three ‘- Salzburg with one more chance. A cross to Okafor, but he only managed to hit a weak shot against Boateng.
71 ‘- Bouna Sarr was fit and ready to go – perhaps for Pavard.
68 ‘- Serge Gnabry was given a yellow card – quite right for a foul in Salzburg’s penalty area. Come on, Serge. You better than that.
66 & # 39; – WOODEN TABLE for Salzburg! Ramalho overcame Lewandowski and passed the ball perfectly to Okugawa, who overcame Boateng and scored to make it 2-2!
65 ‘- Double substitution for Salzburg: Okafor replaces Koita and Okugawa for Junuzovic.
sixty four ‘- Coman beat Kristensen and fired a shot at Stankovic, but the ball shot over the crossbar.
62 ‘- What a Stankovic save! Tolisso showed great skill in controlling the pass and put it forward into a quick 3 vs 1 attack. He passed to Gnabry, but Stankovic put his palm out to block the shot.
sixty one ‘- Kimmich made a direct return pass to Szobolszai, but Boateng nullified Salzburg’s brief advantage with a two-foot tackle.
59 ‘- Lewandowski passed the ball to Kimmich to shoot a shot narrowly missed the post. Play then stopped when Camara received treatment. He appears to have hurt himself while trying to stop Coman.
57 ‘- Gnabry launched a rocket at the goalkeeper, delivering a blow with two fists. What could have been!
55 ‘- Lewandowski receives the ball on the right wing. He tried to find Gnabry, but instead he dribbled the ball forward and crossed the goal line for himself.
53 ‘- Lucas Hernandez made a dribble in the center of the field and into the box before he was stopped. The ball bounced back for Tolisso, but Camara fouled him just outside the box before he could shoot. Now Bayern have a free kick outside the box – Lewandowski’s shot was blocked by the wall.
49 ‘- Another mistake by Pavard killed a promising opportunity after Coman passed Gnabry to the start of the break. Pavard couldn’t get his man in the penalty area and conceded a kick up.
forty six ‘- The break was less than a minute before Salzburg launched the attack. Ulmer found Mwepu on the right and inside and he challenged Neuer inside the box from the right. Neuer used his fingertips to control the ball to deviate from the goal.
Observe the half-time break
- Salzburg stepped up to attack and was rewarded with an early opener, but mistakes in defense under pressure cost them.
- The Bayern midfield has difficulty moving the ball. Tolisso was more involved than Kimmich, who pulled back close to midfielders. Most of the action comes from the flanks – Gnabry on the right and Coman on the left.
- Thomas Müller has been particularly annoying for Salzburg: he won a penalty in an attempt to escape the pressure with Maradona – only to get fouled as he stepped out of the vortex. And then he made an own goal giving Bayern the lead just before halftime.
- Benjamin Pavard is having a bad day. He received an early yellow card and also struggled with Salzburg’s quick attackers.
45 + 2 – Serge Gnabry took a long shot, and it was the last act of the first half.
44 & # 39; – THAT TABLE for Bayern! Lewandowski threw Müller into the penalty area with a skillful slick. Müller drove to the near post and hit a cross for Corentin Tolisso, who ran into the center of the goal. However, he was denied a chance to score, as Salzburg’s Kristensen headed past his keeper in a tackling effort.
40 ‘- Tolisso fouled Berisha, stopping a quick save.
37 ‘- Bayern counterattacked when Coman went up the left flank and found Lewandowski in the penalty area: However, his shot went over the crossbar.
36 ‘- Koita split from Hernandez on the left flank of Bayern. He drove to the borderline, but his cross came off. Corner kick for RB.
34 ‘- Brace: Lewandowski takes a pass from Gnabry into the sky, then touches it with his foot, turns and volley – unfortunately goes straight to the side of the defender again!
28 ‘- Bayern enjoy a free kick outside the box of Salzburg. Kimmich passed the ball to Lewandowski, but a defender headed his way out of goal.
25 ‘- Salzburg made noise in the penalty area as Koita moved into the scoring position, but Boateng cleared the ball before he could hit the shot. Salzburg’s next corner exploded.
23 & # 39; – Yellow card: Benjamin Pavard. Pavard recognized the yellow color after a clash with Szoboszlai. His free kick went wide, but RB took the corner.
21 & # 39; – Penalty for Bayern (realistically)! Thomas Müller received the ball on the left side of the box when he was first husband with Coman. He tried a Maradona, but was fouled in the process. This time it was an undeniable penalty. Robert Lewandowski easily transformed it.
19 ‘- Whoa! Junuzovic received Lewandowski’s pass close to his face. He is flustered and is temporarily leaving the field.
17 ‘- Wow: Manuel Neuer made a very quick save to deny Salzburg a goal as Junuzovic headed his way from a corner.
16 ‘- Offside! Kimmich picked Gnabry with a nice long pass, but Gnabry was really offside when Kimmich played the ball. Back in Salzburg, Boateng blocked a wave of Koita’s attack, conceding.
14 ‘- Salzburg immediately attacked, leading to an easy save by Junuzovic’s shot.
13 ‘- OK! However, just before Lewandowski shot, he consulted the VAR. He returned to the field and signaled to continue playing! There is no penalty after all.
12 & # 39; – Penalty for Bayern! Szobolszai fouled Lucas Hernandez in the penalty area. The referee immediately called for a penalty.
11 ‘- Close call! Müller wins the ball just outside the box of Salzburg. He saw Gnabry in the front left of him. Gnabry interrupted and shook the defender, but his shot was blocked by Romahlo.
8′ – Robert Lewandowski shot the crossbar. The offside flag appeared late.
7 ‘- Salzburg enjoys a free kick outside the box. Szobolszai blew it up past goal.
4 & # 39; – WOODEN TABLE for Salzburg! Salzburg’s fierce play paid off when Berisha retained and passed the ball to Koita in the Bayern penalty area. Koita’s shot was blocked, but landed on Berisha’s foot. He shot Neuer net from the right wing of Bayern. 1-0 Salzburg!
3 ‘- It was all Salzburg in the first minutes. The Austrian players are pressing and disrupting the play of Bayern.
Launch: We’re in the works!
One hour until the start: We have a lineup! It was basically as we expected.
When the specter of David Alaba’s contract negotiations engulf Bayern Munich, the team will travel to Salzburg for the Champions League. With Niklas Sule knocked out after catching covid, Hansi Flick once again had to choose a less-ideal setup against a tough opponent. Everything worse was an injury to Leon Goretzka, who was expected to miss the game because of a problem in his calf. No one has ever said managing Bayern is easy.
At the very least, the coach can count on goals from Robert Lewandowski, who will be fresh and enthusiastic on the pitch after resting on Saturday against Koln. The Polish will be backed by a world-class attacker that includes Thomas Muller and two of the many Bayern winger midfielders. With the lack of a key Bayern defender, and RB Salzburg known for their ability to score goals, they will be crucial in overcoming the Austrian and keeping the team place at the top of Group A.
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Location: Red Bull Arena, Salzburg, Austria
Time: 9:00 pm local time, 3:00 pm EST
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