match report | Bielefeld – Bayern Munich

FC Bayern wins the away game at the Arminia Bielefeld and can already defend the title in the best game against Dortmund. Bielefeld complains about the next head injury, Munich’s Nianzou sees a yellow card for a borderline foul.

Five days after losing the Champions League quarter-finals to Villarreal, FC Bayern won 3-0 (2-0) at Arminia Bielefeld.

Jacob Laursen (10th, own goal) and Serge Gnabry (45+7) and Jamal Musiala (84th) scored the goals for the German record champions. “Of course it was a bit of a relief from the frustration,” striker Serge Gnabry said of the Bundesliga game. “But at the end of the day football goes on. It was a new game today, our goal was to win it. And we did that.”

Kimmich: ‘It’s the top priority’

Next Saturday, Munich can make the 32nd championship perfect in the best game against Borussia Dortmund. A win against BVB would mean the tenth successive Bundesliga title, and a draw would almost certainly be enough for Bayern, who are nine points clear of BVB with four games to play.

“We absolutely want to win the title, especially next week at home against Dortmund,” said Joshua Kimmich. DAZN. “That’s the ultimate goal.”

Lewandowski gets nothing

World footballer Robert Lewandowski, whose future at FCB is causing further turmoil, missed his 33rd goal of the season despite good chances. “We want him to stay at Bayern Munich for as long as possible,” CEO Oliver Kahn said on Sunday afternoon. sport1-one-two and tried to keep things calm on that front at least.

After the 1-1 draw in the second leg of the quarter-finals against Villarreal, Nagelsmann revealed that he had received around 450 death threats. Sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic’s young dream coach can ‘only’ win the league in his first season at Bayern Munich. At least this goal of record champion should be achieved “as soon as possible”, as Nagelsmann demanded.

Own goal puts Bayern on the road to victory

The Bayern coach relied on a triple chain in defence, attacking power should be developed on the flanks with Alphonso Davies and Serge Gnabry. The latter put Lewandowski on target in the eighth minute, but the Pole’s header was scraped off the goal line by Arminia goalkeeper Stefan Ortega.

Bayern went on and rewarded themselves with the first lead. The ever-alert Joshua Kimmich used Davies, whose cross flew past Lewandowski but was placed by the unlucky Laursen. A little later, Leon Goretzka pulls Ortega in the arms from the best position (18th).

With their very attacking orientation in front of 26,419 spectators, Bayern also gave space to Arminen’s six-time winless streak, especially the nimble Patrick Wimmer and Masaya Okugawa who posed problems for the Munich side. FCB were lucky in the 43rd minute that Okugawa, who defeated Manuel Neuer, was a hair’s breadth offside.

Head injury to Kunze de Bielefeld after a foul by Nianzou

Shortly before the change of sides, Tanguy Nianzou nudged Fabian Kunze in the aerial duel, the Bayern defender was allowed to continue worthy of discussion – but Kunze was carried off the field on a stretcher and wearing a neck brace. Arminen Fabian Klos and Cedric Brunner suffered serious head injuries in the previous two games.

Gnabry after a dream pass from Kimmich practically made the preliminary decision with the break whistle. Bielefeld nevertheless remained courageous, national goalkeeper Neuer had to intervene several times. Villarreal was still in Bayern clothes.

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