Holder of the triple crown last season, the Bayern Munchen won another title this Wednesday. Current Bundesliga champion, the Bavarian team faced the rival Borussia Dortmund, national vice-champion, for the German Super Cup, at the Allianz Arena. Hansi Flick’s men won by 3-2.
The hosts opened 2-0 in the first stage, with Tolisso and Muller. Before the break, Brandt discounted and replaced the visitors in the match.
In the second half, Haaland scored early and left everything the same, but Kimmich took advantage of failure of the opponent’s defense and secured another cup for the Bavarian club.
With the result, Bayern Munich reaches the eighth Super Cup title in 14 participations. In addition, the Bavarians match the record against the aurinegros in the tournament. In all, there were eight clashes between the teams, with four wins for each.
Now, Borussia will return to the field on Saturday (3), at 10:30 am (Brasília time), when they face Freiburg, at Signal Iduna Park, for the third round of the German Championship.
The next day, at 1 pm, Bayern hosts Hertha Berlin, at the Allianz Arena.
The match started well, with only one submission in the first 15 minutes of Bayern Munich. At 16, Borussia Dortmund arrived well with Reus, back in the starting lineup in an official match after seven months. Haaland found a good pass in depth for shirt number 11, who straightened and hit his left leg, but saw the ball deflect in Lucas Hernández and leave.
In the next minute, the Bavarians took the zero from the marker. In a quick counterattack after a corner kick from the aurinegros, Davies left with Coman, who passed it to Muller. The number 25 activated Lewandowski on the right side, and the center forward played for Tolisso in the middle of the area. The midfielder hit the plate to defend Hitz, but sent in the rebound.
Better in the match after the goal, the team led by coach Hansi Flick extended the advantage on 31 minutes. After a free kick, Bayern worked the ball in the middle, from right to left. Davies received and crossed in the lead for Muller to complete head to the net.
However, Borussia did not fail and discounted before the break. After 38 minutes, the aurinegro team pressed the ball out of the opponents and managed to make a tackle in the attack field. Haaland was fired at the edge of the area and passed to Brandt, who dominated and hit hard: 2 to 1.
Back in the second half, Lucien Frave’s team missed a great opportunity in the first minute. Meunier received a free kick from Dahoud, but, even with Neuer already down, he missed the target and sent over the Bavarian goal.
At nine minutes, however, Haaland did not forgive. Lewandowski lost the intermediary ball, Delaney stayed with it and found a great deep pass for shirt number 9, which invaded the area and hit placed, at the goalkeeper’s exit, and left everything equal in the decision.
Four minutes later, the midfielder aurinegro once again came out in the face of the goal. However, the Bayern archer made a beautiful save and managed to avoid another goal from his opponents. After that, the intensity of the confrontation fell and, with that, the clear chances became more rare.
However, Bayern were fatal in failure of the opposing defense and scored the winning goal. In the 36th minute, Delaney faltered in midfield and lost the ball to Kimmich. The number 6 scored with Lewandowski, came in the face of the goal and hit low on Hitz. Even when he was down, the steering wheel managed to catch the rebound and push inwards, guaranteeing the cup for the Bavarians.
BAYERN DE MUNICH 3 X 2 BORUSSIA DORTMUND
Local: Allianz Arena in Munich (ALE)
Data: September 30, 2020, Wednesday
Schedule: 15h30 (from Brasília)
Referee: Bibiana stone house
Assistants: Marcel Unger and Thomas Stein
WHERE: Sascha Stegemann
Yellow card: Lucas Hernández (Bayern Munich)
Goals: Tolisso, 17 minutes into the first half; Muller, 31 minutes into the first half; Kimmich, in the 36th minute of the second half (Bayern Munich); Brandt, 38 minutes into the first half; Haaland, 9 minutes into the second half (Borussia Dortmund)
BAYERN MUNCHEN: Neuer; Pavard (Richards), Süle, Javi Martínez (Musiala) and Lucas Hernández; Kimmich, Tolisso, Coman (Gnabry), Muller and Davies; Lewandowski (Zirkzee). Technical: Hansi Flick
BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Hitz; Can, Hummels (Piszczek) and Akanji; Meunier (Schulz), Dahoud, Delaney and Passlack; Reus (Reyna), Brandt (Bellingham) and Haaland (Reinier). Technical: Lucien Favre