German Championship: Bayern Close To Title With Exciting Victory Over Leverkusen


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Berlin (AFP)

Bayern Munich took a further step towards crowning its eighth title in the German Football League, by beating Saturday Bayer Leverkusen 4-2 in the thirtieth stage.

The Bavarian giant raised its score to 70 points, temporarily away from 10 points from Borussia Dortmund, who meets Hertha Berlin later today.

Coach Hansi Flick’s team won its fifth successive round of five games after the Bundesliga resumed in mid-May after stopping nearly two months due to the emerging Corona virus and the twenty-second this season, while the balance of Leverkusen, who played in the absence of its playmaker Kay Haverets, was frozen at 56 points in Fifth place, on goal difference, from Borussia Monchengladbach, fourth in a fierce struggle for the last qualifying places for the Champions League.

French Kingsley Coman (27), Leon Goritska (42), Serge Gnabry (45) and Polish Robert Levadowski (66) scored Bayern goals, while Argentine Lucas Alaryo opened the scoring to landowners (9) and Florian Vertz II scored (89).

Before the start of the confrontation, Bayern players sent a solidarity message to the protests taking place in the United States and several cities around the world, against racism, after the black American citizen George Floyd was killed by a white policeman, by wearing shirts during the warm-up period that read “Black Lives Matter”, meaning “life” Blacks are Important “and the official slogan of the club’s campaign is” Red against racism. ”

Bayern players also wore black badges reading “Black Lives Matter”.

“Bayern is defending a world where there is no room for racism, discrimination, hatred, injustice and violence. The death of George Floyd and scenes in the United States shocked us all,” club president Herbert Heiner said in a statement.

Argentine Lucas Alaryo opened the score when the ball reached his Austrian teammate, Julian Bamogartlinger, from a throwing ball. The ball passed “Loeb”, deceiving three players from the opponent, to launch Alaryo into the area on the left side and put in the lower corner to the right of the mane Noyer right (9). The referee was raising his flag, referring to an infiltration before the video assist technology “VIR” proved the opposite.

The goal of the owners of the land was all that Bayern Munich needed to impose its control over the meeting, as it launched several attacks without great danger before the French Kingsley Coman equaled the result when he reached a ball from Lyon Goritska, which he drove into the area, where I crawled to the left of the Finnish goalkeeper Lukas Hradsky (27). ).

Goritska granted Bayern the lead after the team launched a counter-attack with elaborate passes, which resulted in the ball reaching the German international on the outskirts of the penalty area and shot it to the left of the goalkeeper (42).

Serge Gnabry scored the third goal in the last minute of the first half when Joshua Kimmich sent a long ball, followed by “Loeb” from outside the area over the goalkeeper after the wrong exit to the last (45).

Bayern continued to dominate after the break and had several opportunities in front of him to increase his yield, but Thomas Muller’s shot went past the post before Ghanabri wasted another opportunity after the ball reached him from a cross that he followed “On the Bird” next to the goal (64).

Lewandowski scored the fourth goal from inside the area following a cross from Muller (66), reinforcing his place at the top of the Bundesliga scorer’s ranking, raising his score to 30 goals this season, equaling his record in the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 seasons.

Muller has 20 assists in his pass this season, becoming the first player in the five major leagues to reach this number in one season since the Belgian Kevin de Bruyne, the current Manchester City player who achieved 21 assists when he was with Wolfsburg in the 214-2015 season according to Opta Statistics website.

Muller and Levandowski will miss the next match against Borussia Monchengladbach to accumulate yellow cards after each of them receives an alert in the match.

Vertz scored the second goal for Leverkusen when he hit the ball with his left foot from inside the area in the upper right corner of the Noir goal, scoring his first professional goal at the age of 17 (89).


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