German League Results: Munich Slaughtered Dortmund, Colored by One Hilarious Goal

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —

Bayern Munich managed to beat Borussia Dortmund 4-2 in the German League or Bundesliga 2022/2023 continued match, Sunday (2/4) early morning WIB.

The Munich vs Dormund match was held at the Allianz Arena, Munich on Sunday (2/4) in the morning WIB.

The Munich vs Dortmund match is very interesting because it brings together the top two teams in the German League. Dortmund is at the top of the standings, while Munich is in second place.



But Bayern Munich did not waste playing at home to win. In this match, Munich managed to take the lead in the 13th minute through an own goal by Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel.

Bayern Munich’s first goal was created from a hilarious process. Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel intended to clear the ball from Munich defender Dayot Upamecano from 60 meters or from the opponent’s defense who intended to send a direct pass to Sane, but Kobel, who came out of his nest, failed to clear the ball perfectly because the ball only barely touched his feet and slipped to goal itself.

Gregor Kobel was also amazed that he didn’t expect to see the goal happen. Then Bayern Munich managed to increase the advantage in the 18th minute through Thomas Muller’s goal. Five minutes later Muller scored again to put Munich 3-0 up.

Even Bayern Munich widened the lead to 4-0 through Kingsley Coman’s goal in the 50th minute.

However, Dortmund was able to minimize the defeat through two goals scored through penalties by Emre Can and Donyell Malen in the 90th minute. The Bayern Munich vs Dortmund match ended 4-2.

This victory made Bayern Munich rise to the top of the standings shifting Dortmund. Munich is now packing 55 points, while Dortmund won 53 points. This victory was also the perfect debut for the new Munich coach, Thomas Tuchel.

Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund lineup in the German League:

Bayern Munich XI: Sommer; Pavard, Upamecano, De Ligt, Davies; Sane, Kimmich, Goretzka, Coman, Muller, Sane; Shoupo Moting

Dortmund XI: Gregor Kobel; Wolf, Sule, Schlotterbeck, Ryerson; Brandt, Bellingham, Can, Guerreiro, Reus; Haller

(Gambas:Video CNN)


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