Defending champions of Bundesliga, Bayern Munich clearly portrayed that they are ready to take on Borussia Dortmund next Tuesday for the Bundesliga title race this season. Bayern Munich took on Eintracht Frankfurt at the Allianz Arena on Saturday and beat them by 5-2 on Saturday night.
Leon Goretzka, Thomas Muller, Robert Lewandowski, and Alphonso Davies proved to be the goalscorers for the Men in Red as they Bayern gave no chances to Frankfurt to bounce back in the game since the first whistle. Thomas Muller, Alphonso Davies, and Kingsley Coman were the assist providers for the hosts on Saturday night.
Bayern Munich are now four points clear from Borussia Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga points table. On Tuesday, the two giants will collide at the Signal Iduna Park to determine the best in the league.
Bayern Munich Showed No Mercy From The First Whistle
Bayern Munich started the game with great intensity against Eintracht Frankfurt. They were dominant on the ball and kept threatening Frankfurt’s goal time and again. Leon Goretzka broke the deadlock in the 17th minute of the game as he converted a one time finish from an assist from Thomas Muller.
Bayern defenders looked a bit sluggish when Eintracht Frankfurt caught them on the counter-attack but Frankfurt could do nothing to change the scoreline. Bayern doubled their lead in the 41st minute when Thomas Muller hit the back of the net from a great ball from Alphonso Davies.
Bayern Munich Got Just The Restart They Wanted
As the teams headed out from the tunnel after the half-time break, Bayern caused instant damage to Eintracht Frankfurt as Robert Lewandowski carried on his goals galore for the hosts. He headed the ball back into the net in the off a ball from Kingsley Coman in the 46th minute.
Eintracht Frankfurt looked to bounce back and managed to get a couple of goals from consecutive corners in the second half. Martin Hinteregger scored both the goals and brought Frankfurt back into the game. Alphonso Davies made full use of Frankfurt’s sluggishness and smashed the ball past home in the 61st minute to score the fourth goal for the hosts on the night.
Martin Hinteregger scored once again, but to the dismay of his team, he scored an own goal in the 74th minute to worsen matters for Eintracht Frankfurt. There were no further goals and Bayern Munich ensured that they head to take on Borussia Dortmund with a four-point lead over them.