Bundesliga results: Bayern Munich are too strong for Frankfurt

Bayern Munich successfully frustrate Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 in the Bundesliga at the Allianz Arena Stadium on Saturday (23/5).

Die Roten step on the gas in the early minutes to get away from the pursuit of his rival, Borussia Dortmund, who a few hours earlier managed to win.

Robert Lewandowski almost brought Munich in the 11th minute, but his shot was still able to be defeated by Kevin Trapp and the ball just hit the pole.

Three minutes later, Trapp again performed brilliantly after confronting Benjamin Pavard’s header. However, Trapp could no longer withstand the onslaught of Munich in the 16th minute.

Starting from a Thomas Muller cross that failed to be mastered by Lewandowski, a wild ball was then able to be struck by Leon Goretzka who emerged from the second line to beat Trapp.

After scoring an assist, Muller then recorded his name on the scoreboard in the 41st minute. The German striker successfully utilized an Alphonse Davies cross and gave Munich a 2-0 lead in the first half.

Entering the second half, Lewandowski added to Frankfurt’s misery. His header utilizing a Kingsley Coman cross forced Trapp to pick up the ball from the goal for the third time.

After having the upper hand, Munich had oversized. Martin Hinteregger managed to package two goals and change the score to 2-3.

Unfortunately, Frankfurt player Gelson Fernandes makes a blunder that ends in disaster. Davies wins the ball and easily conquers Trapp to widen the score to 4-2.

Hinteregger who had opened up hope for Frankfurt instead took action in the 74th minute. He made an own goal as well as making an end game 2-5 for Bayern Munich excellence.

Following interesting facts Munchen landslide victory:

  1. Munchen set a new record in the Bundesliga as a team capable of packing 80 goals from 27 matches.
  2. This victory makes Munich keep a distance of four points from its closest rival, Borussia Dortmund.
  3. Martin Hinteregger set a new Bundesliga record after registering himself as an eight goalscorer from a corner kick situation. Not even a defender from five European competitions has scored as many goals as he has.
  4. Thomas Muller packed 17 assists in 27 Bundesliga matches, equaling Kevin de Bruyne’s record while playing at Wolfsburg.
  5. Robert Lewandowski goes top of the Bundesliga scorer with 27 goals, matching Ciro Immobile’s collection of goals in the Italian League domestic competition with Lazio.

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