Angry tongues would probably say that Marco Rose is doing what he does best: removing BVB from its goals for the season…
In his first game as RB coach, he celebrates a 3-0 win and inflicts a sensitive defeat on his former club. Dortmund’s second this season.
This dream goal really hurts BVB!
Because Leipzig completely shut down BVB in the first half. And because the Rose conversions work. He lined up Emil Forsberg from the start – the Swede’s first starting XI appearance this season. The 30-year-old was not in a good position under Domenico Tedesco.
For Leipzig it is the second win of the season and a first step out of the crisis – no more, but also no less.
FC Bayern, on the other hand, is approaching a first trough in results…
The 2:2 against Stuttgart is the third draw in a row in the league! The record champions are still at the top, but can be overtaken by Freiburg and Union Berlin on Sunday.
The place in the table after the sixth matchday will be comparatively irrelevant to the Munich team. Rather, coach Nagelsmann and the bosses should be angry at how these results came about. In the 1-1 draw against Gladbach it was bad luck and an outstanding Yann Sommer. At 1: 1 at Union Berlin inconsistency in the end. Munich simply lacked the absolute will to win against Stuttgart. And they were even lucky!
It’s questionable what referee Dingert decides in the 51st minute. In the 51st minute, Joshua Kimmich frittered away the ball in his own penalty area to Stuttgart’s Führich, who lightly touched his arm and tugged minimally on his sleeve. Kimmich goes down. Führich plays across to Guirassy, who scores the supposed 1: 1 – which is only checked and taken back by Dingert after VAR notice.
If this plucking leads to a fall, and if the VAR also classifies it as a clear wrong decision and then ultimately counts as a foul – then the Bundesliga has a serious problem.
VfB anger! Is THAT really a foul on Kimmich!
But Bayern also has a very positive surprise: Mathy’s Tel!
At 17 years and 136 days, he is the youngest player ever to start at Bayern. And the youngest goalscorer in Munich of all time. It’s amazing how carefree and at the same time ripped off he plays. A real super TELent!
With his appearance, he is strongly reminiscent of the early days of Alphonso Davies at Bayern. He came to Munich in January 2019, was the shooting star of the year, has long been a top performer, fan favorite – now has a market value of 70 million euros.