Bayern got the best of BvB this Saturday in Dortmund, as part of the 14th day of the Bundesliga (2-3). A particularly frustrating setback for the Borussens.
They were five! Five Frenchmen on the Munich side at the kickoff of this long-awaited Klassiker between the two best teams in the Bundesliga. This Saturday at Dortmund, the Pavards, Upamecano, L. Hernandez, Tolisso and Coman thus contributed to an important victory for the Record champions. A 2-3 hard-won success that gives Bayern four steps ahead of its great rival at the helm of the championship.
To get there, the Bavarians were naturally able to count on their striker on the shoulders of Ballon d’Or, Lewandowski, which went there with its double, including a crucial equalizer at the start of the game while the Borussens, by Brandt (5e) had early taken the lead. By responding only four minutes later (9e), the Pole has avoided his family to think about it. And Coman to even allow visitors to turn in the lead from the break (1-2, 44e).
Haaland replied but …
A shock duel, shock sizes – and it was necessary to Haaland respond to Lewandowski, with a marvel of a curled shot unchecked after returning from the locker room (2-2, 48e). The recent runner-up of Leo Messi nevertheless had the last word in this part, on a penalty generously awarded to Munich at the start of the last quarter of an hour (2-3, 77e). A severe and cruel sentence for the BvB, which will have earned his coach Marco Rose to become the first coach expelled in the history of the Bundesliga. Too bad, this final will not have been up to the debate. We can bet that the Meisterschale will remain contested until the end this season.