Bayern Munich maintained their attack of another Bundesliga crown as they thumped flailing Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 at the Allianz Arena on Saturday night.
The hosts maximized some early supremacy as Leon Goretzka and Thomas Muller netted in the first-half Lewandowski likewise got in on the act simply 45 seconds into the second duration as he headed home.
With Bayern relatively travelling and Frankfurt flailing, the visitors remarkably minimized the deficit as Martin Hinterreger capitalised on slack safeguarding to volley past Manuel Neuer. He then duplicated the accomplishment simply a number of minutes later on as he jumped highest from a corner to nod home to lower the space to simply one.
Nevertheless, Alphonso Davies stopped their momentum as he benefited from an error from the visitors to score simply after the hour. Control was then strongly back in the hosts’ hands as Hinterreger this time executed his own net from Serge Gnabry’s tried shot to lastly hand Bayern the success.
Early chances for Bayern
With 26 Bundesliga objectives to his credit up until now this season currently, it was reasonable that the visitors tried to keep a close eye on Lewandowski. He slipped away within the open 15 minutes as from a corner, he split the ball off the face of the bar with an effective effort. Ivan Perisic likewise had the chance to open the scoring as he acquired a drifted ball however put his first- time effort directly into the arms of Kevin Trapp.
Pavard then went even better however his header from a couple of yards out was tipped away by the Eintracht goalkeeper.
Goretzka blasts the hosts ahead
Hans-Dieter Flick’s men did not have to wait a lot longer though as they notched a much-deserved opener. Excellent work from Muller down the left saw him charge into the box and produce a terrific, low centre towards the waiting Goretzka. The German midfielder then dispatched the ball remarkably into the top corner with a thunderous finish.
Following his dazzling help, Muller then got in on the act right before the half- time mark. The forward latched onto Davies’ terrific ball, took a touch and after that beat Trapp with a deadly finish at the near post.
Bayern go through the equipments however Franfurt holler back
Bayern’s supremacy continued simply seconds after the break as they struck a 3rd. Kingsley Coman had a lot of space on the best flank to whip in a best cross into Lewandowski, who headed in with skilled ease.
By the time that the 3rd goal entered, Frankfurt were actually having a hard time. That was till Hinterreger provided some hope as he at first won a header in the Bayern box, then acquired the ball as soon as again to volley in.
That preliminary hope then became motivation as Hinterreger doubled his day’s work by outmuscling the entire Bayern defence to drift a fantastic header into the far corner of Neuer’s goal.
Davies soothes nerves
All of that great ended up being reversed though as Davies’ preliminary effort was passed back to him by Gelson Fernandes, enabling the Canadian to calmly slot the ball beneath the advancing Trapp.
When again however this time sadly at the incorrect end,
Hinteregger then got on the scoresheet. Replace Serge Gnabry ran beyond the Frankfurt defence and tried to stab home just to unsuspectingly push the ball in the course of the protector, who made a mess of his clearance and touched the ball into the net.
There might have been one last little drama in the final phases as Filip Kostic raced into the Bayern penalty location however saw his low, curling effort bounce off of the base of the post however in the end Bayern saw the game out, acquiring another thorough win under Flick.
It would have been hard to imagine Frankfurt’s comeback as soon as Bayern were travelling at 3-0 however the visitors actually did show some battling spirit and heart. Bayern took control of the game as soon as again regardless of being dealt a huge assisting hand by their challengers. They will hope to take that kind into Tuesday’s big game versus the top of the table clash versus Borussia Dortmund. Frankfurt actually need to correct their bad kind as they continue to slip towards the transfer zone.
Bayern Munich: Neuer (7 ); Davies (8 ), Alaba (6 ), Boateng (6) (Hernandez (6 ), 73 ′), Pavard (6 ); Goretzka (7 ), Kimmich (7) (Cuisance (N/A), 85 ′), Perisic (7) (Gnabry (6 ), 64 ′), Muller (8 ), Coman (8) (Zirkzee (N/A), 85 ′); Lewandowski (7 ).
Eintracht Frankfurt: Trapp (7 ); Ndicka (5) (Chandler (4 ), 45 ′), Hinteregger (7 ), Ilsanker (6 ), Toure (6 ); Rode (5) (Plant (6 ), 71 ′), Fernandes (5 ); Kostic (6 ), Gacinovic (6) (Kamada (N/A), 76 ′), da Costa (6 ), Silva (5) (Dost (N/A), 76 ′).
Objectives: Goretzka (17 ′), Muller (41 ′), Lewandowski (46 ′), Hinterreger (52 ′, 55 ′), Davies (61 ′), Hinterreger OG (73 ′)
Referee: Marco Fritz
Yellow Cards: Hinterreger (35 ′)
Red Cards: N/A