Despite Pavard’s expulsion, Bayern continues its victories and leads the German league | Sports | Reports and analysis of DW Arabic’s main sporting events | DW

Despite Pavard’s expulsion, Bayern continues its victories and leads the German league |  Sports |  Reports and analysis of DW Arabic’s main sporting events |  DW

On the late evening of Friday (24 September 2021), Bayern Munich defeated host Grouter Fürth by three goals to one, in the match that brought them together in the opening round of the sixth round of the German football league (Bundesliga).

Bayern Munich’s goals were scored by Thomas Muller in the tenth minute, Joshua Kimmich in the 31st minute and Sebastian Grisbeek of Forte, with a foul in his team’s goal, in the 68th minute.

Cedric Itten scored Fort’s only goal in the 88th minute.

The match witnessed the ouster of Benjamin Pavard, Bayern Munich, in the 48th minute, after a strong intervention against Green alone.

The strange thing about tonight’s game is that the sniper Lewandowski didn’t score a goal, unlike the previous games. Bayern Munich raised its score to 16 points at the top of the standings, three points behind Wolfsburg, who face host Hoffenheim on Saturday.

Fort’s balance stopped at just one point at the bottom of the standings, having suffered his fifth loss to one draw.
Bayern Munich continued their successive victories after the faltering start at the start of his career with new coach Julian Nagelsmann (first round tie with Mönchengladbach), taking his eighth consecutive win in various competitions and fifth in the league .

Jokes for the Fort goal ended with a third goal in the net through friendly fire.

Bayern Munich issued a stern warning to Dynamo Kiev, the Ukrainian guest, in the second round of Group E competitions in the prestigious continental competition in Munich next Wednesday.

The rest of the sixth round matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, Union Berlin will face Armenia Bielefeld, Bayer Leverkusen with Mainz, Eintracht Frankfurt with Cologne, Leipzig with Hertha Berlin and then Borussia Mönchengladbach with Borussia Dortmund in the North Rhine Derby of Westphalia.

This tour ends on Sunday with Bochum with Stuttgart and Freiburg with Augsburg meetings.

SM/FY (DPA, AFP)

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