Home football Champions League: Kiev – Bayern 1: 2 – dream goal and Poland trouble for Lewandowski – football

Champions League: Kiev – Bayern 1: 2 – dream goal and Poland trouble for Lewandowski – football

by archysport

This is what a world soccer goal looks like!

Robert Lewandowski (33) shoots Bayern with a sensational dream goal for a 2-1 win in Kiev. This makes clear the group win in the Champions League.

Manuel Neuer (35): “Mission complete. That was our first goal. It wasn’t our best game either, but we did pretty well. “

Especially Lewandowski!

14.Minute: Zabarnyi lobs the ball high into Lewandowski. The Pole stands at the penalty spot with his back to the goal – and hits the ball in with an overhead kick. 1: 0 Bavaria!

The winter magic gate in snowy Kiev comes at the perfect time!

It will be Lewandowski’s last appearance on the European stage before the Ballon’d-Or election on November 29th. The Bayern star, already a world footballer at Fifa in 2020, has a good chance of winning the more prestigious prize – and now even better!

And by the way, Lewandowski shows it to his critics!

In his home country Poland, the super striker has been criticized for not playing in the last World Cup qualifying match against Hungary (1: 2), just sitting on the bench. In the Polish media, he is accused of preferring to go to a party, to have worked on the shooting of a documentary and to have attended an interview.

But the fact is: Lewandowski had previously got free from coach Paulo Sousa and was allowed to do what he wanted.

After his overhead kneeling show, Bayern has triple duds!

29th Minute: Neuer hits an air hole in a back pass, the ball spins against the post.

39th Minute: Hernandez steps on Buyalskyi’s foot in his own penalty area. Despite the video test, there is no 911.

42. Minute: Coman’s shot from a half-right position hits the crossbar, then hits the post and then hits the goal! 2: 0!

Only 14 (!) Fit Bayern field players and the difficult space conditions make themselves felt in the second half. Garmash scores after a nice combination to deserve 2-1 for Kiev (70th).

Bayern also conceded a goal in the sixth competitive game in a row. Thanks to Lewandowski’s world footballing qualities, no problem!

Coach Julian Nagelsmann (34): “We have to become more stable overall and allow fewer chances to score against top opponents. Whether it was mega-deserved or not – considering the circumstances, we took a good bite. Lewy’s goal was very worth seeing. “

A winter magic gate!


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