Bayern Munich won 5-2 against Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday for the 27th day of the Bundesliga. A victory that allows the Leading Bavarian club to keep four points ahead of Borussia Dortmund, ahead of next week’s “Klassiker”.
The show was arguably the best advertisement for football in times of coronavirus. Viewers of the Bundesliga, the only major league to have resumed, were treated to a flur fee of goals in Bayern Munich’s entertaining 5-2 win over Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday afternoon.
A match they were able to watch with chants of fans skilfully broadcast by the sound of the Allianz Arena to embellish somewhat the atmosphere of the mandatory lock-up.
With Kingsley Coman and Benjmain Pavard in the starting, the Bavarians dominated the match. They quickly took the lead, with a well-built goal from Leon Goretzka (16th). At the helm of the opening goal, Thomas Muller found himself at the end to make the break on a perfectly brushed cross by Alphonso Davies (41st). High profile, the young Canadian side took advantage of the incredible clumsiness of the opposing defenders to go there also his goal (61st).
Three goals for Hinteregger… including a CCS
Meanwhile, in addition to the 27th league goal of the season for the insatiable Robert Lewandowski (46th), Eintracht Frankfurt had returned to the game thanks to a double from Martin Hinteregger (52nd and 55th). But the Austrian defender also finally sunk his team by scoring against his side the last goal of the match (74th).
Another difficult outing, then, for Kevin Trapp who kept the goals of the Eintracht. The former Paris goalkeeper has already suffered last week, on the occasion of the resumption, by conceding three goals against
The win allowed leaders Bayern Munich to stay four points clear of Borussia Dortmund, who won without a 0-2 win at Wolfsburg. The two rivals have very little time to rest and prepare for their clash. This “Klassiker”, no doubt decisive for the title, will take place on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.