Bayern flies with Heynckes: 5-0 to Freiburg with all the senators

Heynckes opened his fourth at Bayern Munich beating 5-0 Friborg on the eighth day of the Bundesliga. They decide Schuster’s self-determination at 8′ and Coman’s 42′, Thiago 63′, Lewandowski 75′ and Kimmich 94’s. The Bavarians are back in second, going to -2 from Borussia Dortund, who is surprised at home in Leipzig. Today, however, Friborg has seemed too inconsistent to give a true judgment on Bayern.

As announced, Heynckes relies on 4-2-3-1, repelling all the senators: in defense of Boateng and Hummels, Robben plays wide to the right and Müller behind Lewandowski. James is on the bench. Javi Martinez returns to play midfield, as, in the year of the triple, Thiago retires from the quarters until the median. Already at the 2nd, the Bavarians created the first goal opportunity: Coman had the ball on the left-handed, but Stenzel was holding it at the moment of the shot. At the 6th, a lively opportunity for Freiburg: Kent is only against Ulreich but, foot saves the door. At 8′ Kent combines another: he loses a ball in the midfield, and Coman is in a counterattack. The former Juventus serves Alaba on whose cross Schuster, to anticipate Müller, pushes the ball into his own door. 1-0. Bayern dominates and at 14′ the statistics speak of 7 goals in the lead at 1 for the hosts. No surprise then Coman’s 2-0 at 42′: good Robben on the right with his usual activities, but his end is rejected by the goalkeeper but Coman, header, reaffirms the ball in the door.

Friburgo does not oppose any resistance anymore and Bayern shakes: at 60′ Kimmich hits the right but gets caught by Söyüncü’s inadvertent touch. The referee gives the penalty but after having regarding the images changes the idea and assigns the angle. Just a few seconds later, however, the 3-0 goal came: Thiago, served by Hummels, 25 meters away. A dry and imprecise shot, which fits into the corner. At 75′ 4-0: Söyüncü loses the ball, Müller takes advantage of it and serves Lewandowski who beats Schwolow out. At 94′ there is also time for Kimmich’s heel goal on Alaba’s assist that he himself had served. That is how Heynckes wins again, just as when he left. But it is soon to judge.

The match was very intense from the first moment with the two teams looking to press the exit of the opponent and with many individual duels for the ball in the middle of the field. However, the early advantage of Bayern continued to bet on a high and aggressive pressure that made it difficult for the Friborg to continue playing. Well, the bets for Bayern was too high, and maybe if you are a Bayern fan you missed it, here you can find odds for all Bundesliga games.

With this win, Heynckes has won 464 points in 212 matches as a Bayern coach. Its average of 2.18 points per game is second only to that of Guardiola (2.51 for Pep). In its history, the Bavarians have won a point on 7 with Heynckes on the bench. The Friborg managed to score just two of the 18 fights in Monaco, for the rest he always lost. The last conquered point is dated May 10, 1997. In September 2011, Friborg suffered the worst defeat in his own history in Monaco: he finished 7-0 with Mario Gomez’s quarter. On the bench of Bayern that day there was Heynckes.

A fifth defeat in the last 6 games for Hamburg, defeated 3-2 in Mainz’s home. This year, too, is a long and tiring struggle for salvation. Heavyweight German Schalke wins 2-0 Hertha in Berlin and relaunches in the European area. The Eintracht also wins, which sets 2-1 in Hannover. Going to 90 ‘instead of Hoffenheim, which in the home against Augsburg does not go beyond 2-2. The big match, however, is the postponement of 18.30, which interrupts the Borussia Dortmund race: at Signal Iduna Park pass Leipzig for 3-2, taking solitary to third place. Aubameyang opens the markings already at 4′, but Sabitzer and Poulsen surpass. Red at Papastathopoulos, Augustin stretches out on a penalty shoot-out.

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