Bayern Munich seems unstoppable at the moment. In the prestigious duel with Borussia Dortmund, the record champions won thanks to the more mature playing system and are back in first place. That brought the trainer into ecstasy.

The game between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich kept what it promised. The best German teams of recent years competed from the start in a hotly contested match, in which Bayern left the place as the winner thanks to a 3-2 victory.

“We deserved the race because we were a step faster and a little more ripped off at the right time. We marched and were able to go full throttle for more than 90 minutes. We’re in a fast-paced spiral. Then you have to open up. Swim. with this wave, “said Leon Goretzka. His trainer Hansi Flick was also euphoric.” The game was sensationally good, there was a lot of quality on the field. There were many, many opportunities to score on both sides. In the end, we were a bit more determined. That’s why I think the win was more than deserved. ”In the video above or here see his statement at the press conference after the game.

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Disappointed Hummels

Ex-Munich Mats Hummels, on the other hand, was disappointed: “We lacked coolness today. We didn’t dominate the game, but luck was not on our side either. We had a lot of huge scoring opportunities that we didn’t use. “

From the start, the record champions had a huge opportunity through Robert Lewandowski (1st), when the striker hit the side net. But Dortmund also had a dangerous big chance when Erling Haaland ran on goal alone, was completely free, but the ball passed the penalty area to the right (22nd).

Haaland shortened shortly before the end

In the 25th minute, a Lewandowski goal was withdrawn after video evidence, the striker only had to shake his head. Marco Reus scored the first goal of the game shortly before half-time to bring the score to 1-0 (45th) after a top combination by Raphaël Guerreiro. Almost in one breath, Bayern brought David Alaba straight to 1: 1 (45th + 3).

Shortly after the start of the second half, Robert Lewandowski made it 2-1 (48th) for Bayern. Leroy Sané raised with the goal to 3: 1 (80th) – but: Erling Haaland was able to shorten it to 2: 3 (81st) for Dortmund ten minutes before the end. Another goal from FCB attacker Lewandowski was canceled in injury time (90 + 3).

However, Bayern’s victory was not entirely happy. Joshua Kimmich had to be substituted in the 36th minute after an injury. An exact diagnosis has not yet been made.

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