FC Bayern Munich welcomes Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga. Julian Nagelsmann wants to extend the dream start with the tenth win. The live ticker.
- FC Bayern – Eintracht Frankfurt 1: 2 (1: 1), Sunday, 5.30 p.m.
- Bayern want to underpin the league lead in the Bundesliga.
- Coach Julian Nagelsmann will change his starting XI. We accompany the game against Frankfurt in the live ticker.
FC Bayern – Eintracht Frankfurt 1: 2 (1: 1)
|FC Bayern line-up:||Neuer – Süle (75th Sabitzer), Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies – Kimmich, Goretzka – Gnabry (70th Musiala), Müller, Sané (81st Choupo-Moting) – Lewandowski|
|Frankfurt line-up:||Trapp – Tuta, Hinteregger, Toure (61st da Costa) – Chandler, Sow, Ilsanker, Jakic, Kostic – Lindström (Hauge), Borré (77th Lammers)|
|Gates:||1-0 Goretzka (29th), 1: 1 Hinteregger (32nd), 1: 2 Kostic (83rd)|
FINAL WHISTLE: Eintracht Frankfurt won 2-1 and celebrated their first victory in Munich in 21 years – at that time, today’s CEO Oliver Kahn was still between the posts at Bayern. A historic victory for the Hessians, the jubilation is limitless. Bayern, on the other hand, receive their first competitive game bankruptcy under the new coach Julian Nagelsmann.
94. Minute: Choupo-Moting prevails in a small space and plays from the baseline inwards, but his preparatory work is blocked to the corner. Goalkeeper Neuer also storms forward at the corner, but Eintracht can break free.
91st Minute: Goretzka tries with force shortly before the penalty area, but Trapp is almost unbeatable today. The Eintracht keeper flies and parries with one hand.
88th Minute: Bayern runs desperately, but fails to create clear opportunities. The Frankfurters are stable on the defensive and have Kevin Trapp between the posts.
83rd Minute: TOR for Eintracht Frankfurt. 1: 2 by Filip Kostic. The Frankfurt wing racer makes the indisposed Upamecano look very old again. Then the situation seems to have already been resolved, but Sow continues and releases Kostic. Davies picks up the offside. The Serb chases the ball into the far corner on the left in the penalty area.
80th Minute: Eintracht counters and has a great chance to lead. However, Hauge does not consistently play an outnumbered situation, his back pass from the baseline finds no taker. Bayern has to be very careful not to end up empty-handed.
77th Minute: Upamecano has big problems against winger Kostic and can only make do with a foul. The French see the yellow card.
75th Minute: Sabitzer comes for Süle, Bayern is even more offensive.
73rd Minute: Bayern storm forward with all men and are almost countered. Two Frankfurters would have run towards goal alone, but goalkeeper Neuer clears the ball almost at the level of the centerline.
70th minute: Nagelsmann reacts and brings Jamal Musiala for Gnabry. The youngster should break the Frankfurt defensive bar with his creativity.
69th Minute: Gnabry slips on Lewandowski, but the Pole comes to a step too late and cannot control the ball.
65th minute: Trapp is in great shape today. This time he parries a solid shot from Gnabry from close range. After the next corner, the Eintracht goalkeeper defused a direct acceptance by Sané.
63rd Minute: Kimmich pulls a corner ball straight onto the goal from the left. Trapp is no longer on the ball, the ball rushes past the long post.
60th minute: Bayern are becoming more dominant again, the pressure on Eintracht housing increases. The strength of the guests is gradually waning.
56th minute: Kevin Trapp’s insane reflex against Lewandowski! The Eintracht goalkeeper thwarted a Polish header from a very short distance in handball goalkeeper style and parried with his foot. It’s unbelievable that Bayern won’t take the lead again.
55th minute: Applause from the scene for Leroy Sané! The offensive star recaptured the ball after losing the ball with a lot of passion and commitment. That is directly appreciated by the Munich audience.
53rd Minute: Bayern is not as determined today as in the last few games. Lots of lack of concentration and unfamiliar playback errors creep in. Nagelsmann did not make any changes to personnel before the game. Soon he should probably draw his first joker.
50th minute: Yellow for Davies! Hernandez plays an unnecessary bad pass. Lindström intercepts the bullet and is then prevented by the Canadian from a quick counterattack.
49th Minute: Lewandowski tries from a distance, Trapp holds the unplaced shot without any problems.
46th Minute: The second half is running. Bayern is now playing from right to left. Sané has the first degree straight away but clearly misses the box.
HALF TIME: At the end of the first half Bayern can consider themselves lucky not to go into the break with a deficit. The defense got into trouble again and again and can also thank goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. The Frankfurters are becoming more and more courageous and should approach the second half with confidence.
45th minute +1: It goes back and forth in the final phase of the first half. This time the Frankfurters come to the next big opportunity via Kostic. Upamecano lets himself be duped by the wing runabout near the corner flag and is then lucky that the Serb does not find a buyer with his template in the middle. Lucas Hernandez almost steered the ball into his own goal.
44th minute: Post! On the other hand, Bayern almost takes the lead. Goretzka lifts the ball over the Frankfurt defense to Sané, who started on the left. His cross pushes Gnabry in the middle against the outside post. That thing has to go in!
42nd Minute: Brilliant act from Neuer! Defender Toure suddenly appears free in front of Neuer and fails on the national goalkeeper. Previously, the Frankfurter had sneaked a clever path from the right side into the middle and presented the ball in front of Davies with his chest.
38th Minute: The Frankfurters are now better in the game with the equalizer and act more courageously. Bayern has to shake first.
FC Bayern against Eintracht Frankfurt NOW in the live ticker: Hinteregger counters Goretzka
32nd minute: TOR for Eintracht Frankfurt! 1: 1 by Martin Hinteregger. The quick response from the guests. Hinteregger heads a corner to equalize, Upamecano comes too late.
29th Minute: TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR for Bayern! 1-0 through Leon Goretzka. Eintracht’s defensive boss loses the ball in the build-up by shooting Goretzka. Then the Bayern Express rolls over Gnabry and Lewandowski. Goretzka doesn’t give Trapp a chance with his deliberate finish flat in the left corner.
25th minute: Süle has the greatest chance of the game. Müller serves the defensive giant on the right in the penalty area, which lifts the ball over a rushing defensive leg with fine technique. Its conclusion from an acute angle hits the outside net.
21st Minute: There is not much to see from Eintracht on the offensive. Bayern constricts the guests in their own half and keeps the gas pedal depressed.
17th minute: Sané is undecided and messes up the ball from a promising position on the left in the penalty area against Tuta.
16. Minute: Goretzka tries after winning the ball in the opposing half from a distance. Trapp can easily capture the low shot.
14th minute: Müller checks Trapp. After a corner kick, the ball comes to Müller in the penalty area, who fails with his shot at Eintracht keeper.
13. Minute: Bavaria almost benefits from its own goal. Gnabry brings the ball from the right into the middle and Jakic checks his own goalkeeper Trapp. The national goalkeeper can still steer the ball over his box.
9. Minute: Good free-kick position for Bayern from 20 meters. Ilsanker had fouled Goretzka with a tackle. The self-confident Leroy Sané takes on the matter but shoots a good two meters to the right.
4th minute: Lewandowski comes to the end again – this time by the head. Davies prevails on the left and crosses sensitively into the middle, but the Pole heads over the box.
3rd minute: First big chance for Bayern! The ball runs smoothly over Gnabry and Müller on the right side. Lewandowski fails as the final player on Trapp, but it was an offside position.
Kick-off: Bayern has kick-off and plays from left to right.
Update from October 3, 5:29 p.m.: Both teams are ready on the lawn. The atmosphere in the Allianz Arena is splendid. The ball is about to roll.
Update from October 3, 5:04 p.m.: Frankfurt is still without a win in this Bundesliga season – will it work today against the big Bavarians of all places? After the opening defeat with the 2: 5 in Dortmund, there were the last five draws for Eintracht, the last four games ended in a 1-1 draw. Another 1: 1 would mean a new Bundesliga record for Frankfurt. After all: During the week, the guests celebrated their first win of the season with a 1-0 win in Antwerp in the Europa League.
Update from October 3, 4:57 p.m.: Bayern meets with Frankfurt on one of their favorite opponents in home games. The home side won the last twelve home games against Eintracht. But be careful: The SGE knows how to defeat the Bundesliga giant. For their part, Frankfurt won the last two home games against Bayern.
Update from October 3, 4.40 p.m.: The list of the guests from Frankfurt is also there! Eintracht coach Oliver Glasner changes his starting eleven to three positions after the 1-0 win in Antwerp in the Europa League. Tuta, Ilsanker and Jakic replace Hasebe, Hrustic and Lammers.
FC Bayern against Eintracht Frankfurt in the live ticker: Nagelsmann again relies on Süle
Update from October 3, 4:25 p.m.: The Bavarian line-up is here! Julian Nagelsmann sends exactly the same team into the race against Frankfurt as on Wednesday in the 5-0 win against Kiev in the Champions League. Niklas Süle replaces right-back Benjamin Pavard, who has been suspended in the Bundesliga, and Süle was already in the starting line-up against Kiev. Marcel Sabitzer has to be content with the seat on the bench again.
Update from October 3, 4:20 p.m.: Bayern has recently regularly spoiled their home audience. The last three games in the Allianz Arena against Hertha BSC (5: 0), VfL Bochum (7: 0) and Kiev (5: 0) were won with a goal difference of no less than 17: 0. Coach Nagelsmann is happy: The offensive ignites and the defensive is bombproof.
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