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Bundesliga – 7-0: Bayern Munich teaches Bochum a lesson

by archysport

Bayern Munich had fun. This Saturday afternoon, the Bavarian club crushed Bochum (7-0), during the 5th day of the Bundesliga. At the Allianz Arena, Julian Nagelsmann’s men put on the show, with goals from Leroy Sané (17th), Serge Gnabry (27th), Vassilios Lampropoulos against his side (43rd), Robert Lewandowski (61st), Eric Maxim Choupo -Moting (79th) and a brace from Joshua Kimmich (27th, 65th). The Munich residents temporarily take the lead in the German championship standings, one point ahead of Wolfsburg, who is playing this Sunday against Eintracht Frankfurt.

24 shots, 15 on target, 7 goals … This is the incredible record of Bayern Munich, which left no respite to its opponent and whose collective and efficiency have again wreaked havoc. Opposite, the promoted Bochum very quickly showed his limits and his many weaknesses. Manuel Neuer did not have to work once.

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Quite the opposite of its counterpart. Manuel Riemann, did not wait long before being abandoned to his sad fate by his defense. A situation characterized in particular by this moment of panic of Vassilios Lampropoulos, just before the break. While the defender wanted to serve his goalkeeper, he could not help but surprise and deceive him, taking him on the wrong foot (43rd, 4-0).

New record for Lewandowski

Thanks to him, the locals could return to their locker room, with an even more comfortable lead than expected. Just before, the Munich offensive armada had already done the job. First through Leroy Sané, on a free kick (17th, 1-0). The winger then turned into a decisive passer for Joshua Kimmich, scorer with a pivot shot (27th, 2-0). On the other hand, Serge Gnabry had also worsened the mark (32nd, 3-0).

After the break, Robert Lewandowski also participated in the party, at close range (61st, 5-0). In fact, the Polish striker sets a new record: he is the first player in Bundesliga history to score in thirteen consecutive home matches in the competition. Previously, he had shared this record with Gerd Müller and Jupp Heynckes (twelve each). After Kimmich’s double (65th, 6-0), Eric Maxim Choupo Moting got back to it three times to close the scoring (79th, 7-0). This privilege could have gone to Thomas Müller, but he was offside, according to the VAR (87th).

Julian Nagelsmann saw his side score 20 goals in their first five Bundesliga appearances at the helm of Bayern, tying the record for a new manager at a club after five German league appearances, previously achieved by Andries Jonker in 2011 and Udo Lattek in 1970. Bayern couldn’t have asked for a better weekend.

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