Bayern Munich beat Leipzig with a Lewandowski goal

Bayern Munich beat Leipzig with a Lewandowski goal

Bayern Munich ended the first half of its match against Leipzig with a clean goal, in the match between the two teams at the Red Bull Arena, in the fourth round of the German League competition.

The only goal came through Polish star Robert Lewandowski in the 12th minute from a penalty kick, the referee needed to resort to the “VAR” technique before it was calculated.

The formation of Bayern Munich was as follows: Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer / Defense: Pavard, Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies / Midfield: Kimmich, Goretzka, Sane / Attack: Gnabry, Muller, Lewandowski.

Bayern Munich entered the meeting with high spirits, after the last victory against Hertha Berlin, with five without a response, to be in third place in the table with 7 points, as Bayern won two games and drew one.

On the other hand, Leipzig did not provide the expected performance so far, as the team suffered a loss twice during the first 3 rounds of the Bundesliga’s life only, so that the red bulls scored 3 points that made them tenth place.

The Bavarian prepared for this match with full force and high concentration, as the team aspires to achieve victory in order to enhance its score of points to continue defending its title for the tenth consecutive season.

While he is fighting fiercely to avoid losing points and returning to the path of victories and the right path since the beginning of the season, he will try as hard as possible to get the full mark.

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