Bayern beats Union Berlin in delayed Alemão game

The first round of German Championship ended only this Wednesday (24) for the Bayern Munchen. At the Allianz Arena in Munich, the Bavarians received the Union Berlin in a game postponed from the 13th round due to snowfall on December 2nd, and they won 1-0, a goal from Warriorreducing the deficit to leaders Bayer Leverkusen to four points.

Now the two best have 18 matches played. Leverkusen has 48 points after starting well in the second half, while Bayern rose to 44. At the weekend, Thomas Tuchel’s team visits Augsburg, in the 2nd round of the stage, on Saturday, the same day that the leader receives o Borussia Mönchengladbach.




Coming from a surprising 1-0 defeat to Werder Bremen at home at the weekend, Bayern entered the field knowing that they could not suffer another stumble if they wanted to continue their hunt for leader Bayer Leverkusen. And the promise was of an offensive game.

Facing a rival that adopted a defensive posture from the opening whistle, Bayern began focusing heavily on its aerial power, responsible for 11 goals in 17 matches. Kimmich’s crosses looking for defenders were dangerous right away.

After just six minutes, goalkeeper Ronnow saved the visitors by clearing De Ligt’s header and then saving the rebound from Upamecano. The Bavarian fans would see the Dutch defender miss another opportunity soon after.

Bayern’s performance, however, decreased throughout the stage and the team only threatened again in stoppage time. Ronnow didn’t stop the low shot, but no one took advantage of the rebound. The Bavarians received boos at the end of the first phase.

The return from the break was with a feeling of relief and to regain the confidence of the fans. In the first minute, Kane hit the crossbar, Guerreiro got the rebound and put Bayern ahead.

Wanting to isolate himself with Alemão’s record for goals in a single shift – he had the same 22 as Lewandowski – Kane found the net in the 9th minute. But VAR caught Sané’s offside and disallowed it, to the frustration of the English goalscorer.

The middle of the final phase was hot. First with the visitors taking a penalty and then with the beginning of confusion with Sané attacking the Union coach, Nenad Bjelica, with a throw-in. The coach received a red card for holding the ball and pushing the player, while the opponents wanted the same to happen to the attacker.

Better on the field, Bayern still created other opportunities to expand, but failed to finish, as with Müller in the small area. The goal was not missed and the victory ended up being quite celebrated.

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