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Fantastic Musiala! FC Bayern deservedly wins against conservative Wolfsburg

2022-08-16T03:11:05.386Z

After the furious start against Eintracht Frankfurt, FC Bayern had to deal with VfL Wolfsburg and ex-coach Niko Kovac. FCB won mainly thanks to Jamal Musiala.



After the furious start against Eintracht Frankfurt, FC Bayern had to deal with VfL Wolfsburg and ex-coach Niko Kovac.

FCB won mainly thanks to Jamal Musiala.

  • FC Bayern is upping the ante!

    Müller scores 2-0 with the pike

  • Musiala makes it

    1-0!

    Youngster puts

    FCB in front with a sugar goal

  • dream combination!

    But VAR takes

    back

    Mané hits

Bayern Munich 2-0 VfL Wolfsburg (2-0)

90th + 4 minutes:

Off!

End!

Over!

FC Bayern deservedly won 2-0 against VfL Wolfsburg.

Lineup Bavaria:

Neuer - Pavard, Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies - Kimmich, Sabitzer - Müller, Musiala (from 83rd Gravenberch) - Gnabry (from 46th Sané), Mané (from 80th Tel)

Lineup Wolfsburg:

Casteels - R. Baku, Bornauw, Lacroix, van de Ven - Arnold, Guilavogui, Wimmer (from 46. Kruse), Svanberg, Marmoush (from 60. F. Nmecha)- L. Nmecha

Gates:

1-0 Musiala (33'), 2-0 Müller (44')

90 minutes:

Hui!

Tel again with the art shot, but the ball flies just past the crease to the right.

Pity!

88 minutes:

Bayern now manage the 2-0 here.

Not much will happen there.

84 minutes:

Now Ryan Gravenberch comes along.

He replaces the once again outstanding Musiala.

80 minutes:

Mané leaves the field and is replaced by youngster Mathys Tel.

74 minutes:

The ball lands in the Wolfsburg goal, but the goal doesn't count.

Offside.

The VAR then checks for almost three minutes whether this is the case - and then sticks to the decision.

70 minutes:

Musiala and Pavard combine beautifully on the right forward, then the Frenchman brings the cross to the back post where Mané lurks.

But the new superstar is acting a bit unlucky today, as it is here, and somehow manages to get the header in his hand.

Mané has to laugh himself.

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Jamal Musiala scored the goal to make it 1-0 for FC Bayern against VfL Wolfsburg.

© IMAGO/Eibner-Pressefoto/Sascha Walther

66 minutes:

Bayern no longer have to, Wolfsburg can no longer.

So the game is now rippling along.

Sané wants to stage Mané, but his allusion is too imprecise.

58 minutes:

Nicely combined again!

This time Sané with the degree, which is then deflected.

Castreels reacts well again and clears for a corner.

From this Upamecano pushes in to the supposed 3:0 - but the Frenchman was offside and the goal does not count.

55 minutes:

Nice attack via Sané and Musiala.

The youngster puts it down to Müller, who tries his left hand from 17 meters out, but no problem for Casteels.

49 minutes:

First good chance in the second half - for the guests!

Svanberg puts a ball into the five from the right, but Nmecha can't get to it because Upamecano defends well, then the ball is cleared.

46 minutes: The second half continues.

Leroy Sané replaces Gnabry.

Wolfsburg has also changed, Max Kruse is now in the game.

45.+3 minutes:

The first half is whistle-off with three minutes of added time.

FC Bayern deservedly lead here against very destructive Wolfsburg.

Bayern extend the lead!

Müller scores 2-0 with the pike

44 minutes: GOOOOOOOOR!

Bayern follow suit.

Davies gets through strongly on the left, puts it back on Kimmich, whose shot puts Müller into the goal to make it 2-0.

39 minutes:

Musiala serves Mané, who goes into a one-on-one with Bornauw and makes him wet!

But then the ball bounces a little too far for him and Casteels can pick up the ball.

Musiala makes it 1-0!

Youngster puts FCB in front with a sugar goal

33 minutes: GOOOOOOOOOR!

How outstanding is this boy?

Musiala is passed 20 meters in front of the goal with his back to goal, prevails brilliantly and then converts dryly from 17 meters with the bottom right into the left corner!

28 minutes:

Wolfsburg can no longer get out of their own half.

However, the Kovac squad is also very disciplined, which is why there is still little space for Bayern, who are clearly better, but are still struggling.

23 minutes:

Now there's yellow for Sven Ulreich.

The FCB replacement keeper complained too loudly on the bench.

dream combination!

But VAR takes back Mané hits

19 minutes:

GOOOOOOOOOR!

Is that superbly played?

Musiala prevails in the center, stages Gnabry and he brings the ball sharply into the middle, where Mané only has to insert the ball.

But VAR checks the place... and the goal doesn't count.

It stays at 0:0.

16 minutes:

Good free-kick situation for the guests.

But the FCB wall can steer the shot over the goal - the corner that follows brings nothing.

14 minutes:

Since we have the first big chance!

Pavard puts a header on the crossbar after a Kimmich corner.

11th Minute:

The Bavarians are still unable to find any means against the cleverly acting wolves.

Now the Nagelsmann squad is firmly established in the Wolfsburg half.

But degrees so far?

none.

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FC Bayern meets VfL Wolfsburg.

Now in the live ticker.

© IMAGO/Eduard Martin

5 minutes:

Huge chance for Wolfsburg!

First Nmecha is blocked.

Wimmer heads the ball to the six-yard line, where Davies intervenes but almost maneuvers the ball into his own goal.

The ball still caresses the outer post.

Lucky for Munich in this scene.

3 minutes:

The “Wolves” get into this game well and get a first corner kick.

However, it brings nothing.

Nevertheless: VfL presses far ahead from the start.

You have to act like that against Bayern to even have a chance.

1st minute: It starts with the Sunday evening game of the Bundesliga in Munich.

Before that, there was a minute's silence for former FCB President Willi O. Hoffmann.

FC Bayern against VfL Wolfsburg in the live ticker: whistles for Niko Kovac in the Alianz Arena

Update from August 14, 5:25 p.m .:

VfL coach and ex-Bayern coach Niko Kovac is not exactly welcomed in the Allianz Arena.

When his name is mentioned, some Munich fans whistle.

Always stay sporty...

Update from August 14, 5:15 p.m .:

VfL Wolfsburg is something like Bayern’s favorite opponent.

Munich have won 15 of the last 17 duels in the Bundesliga and DFB Cup and two games ended in a draw.

Lower Saxony's last victory in the Bundesliga against FC Bayern was on January 30, 2015 - at that time the "Wolves" won 4-1.

With regard to transfer agreements: Hasan Salihamidzic praises Julian Nagelsmann

Update from August 14, 5:10 p.m .:

Bavaria’s sports director Hasan Salihamidzic is on the microphone at DAZN.

The 45-year-old talks to expert Michael Ballack about transfer work in Munich.

“With Sadio, it wasn't difficult to convince everyone.

At Sadio we were all happy that such an idea was even possible.

That's why we flew there after two days and wanted to step on the gas with making contact," he explains about the signing of striker Sadio Mané: "Then we had to feel out a bit to the supervisory board."

He praises his coach for clear transfer agreements: "That's what makes Julian special.

He's totally understanding.

If we say it doesn't suit the club, he goes with us.

Working with him is relaxed.

We can argue and get loud, but we always step out of the room and understand each other.”

FC Bayern line-up: Gnabry and Mané also storm against Wolfsburg next to each other

Update from August 14, 4:50 p.m .:

FCB coach Julian Nagelsmann takes the motto “never change a winning team” to heart.

On paper, the line-up of Munich looks like this.

In attack, Gnabry and newcomer Mané are expected to swap sides variably.

Starting eleven FC Bayern:

Neuer - Pavard, Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies - Kimmich, Sabitzer - Müller, Musiala - Gnabry, Mané

FC Bayern meets VfL Wolfsburg on Matchday 2: reunion with ex-coach Niko Kovac

First report from August 14:

Munich – Borussia Dortmund beat SC Freiburg 3-1 (0-1), this Sunday evening (5.30 p.m.) FC Bayern wants to follow suit with a win against VfL Wolfsburg.

Coach Niko Kovac, who won the German Bundesliga championship and the DFB Cup with Munich in the 2018/19 season before he had to leave in November 2019, is then on the sidelines for Lower Saxony.

 "It's always nice to come back where you've played or worked as a coach," said the 50-year-old Croatian before the game in the Allianz Arena in Munich: "That's why I'm happy.

You will meet many companions in the game.” Before the duel, his successor Julian Nagelsmann said: “Niko Kovac definitely won more titles in his first season at Bayern than I did.

I know that.

Nevertheless, things did not go perfectly during his term of office.” Nagelsmann “only” won the Bundesliga league in his first season – actually not enough for the Bavarian claims.

In the video: Uli Hoeneß enthusiastic about Bayern Munich's start to the season

After challenger BVB's second win in their second game, Bayern are now under pressure to go three points past Westphalia, who are the only team with a full haul so far.

Nagelsmann also relies on the team that swept Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 out of the stadium at the Bundesliga opener this Sunday.

Means: Sadio Mané and Serge Gnabry storm together, the Austrian Marcel Sabitzer forms the double six with strategist Joshua Kimmich.

Julian Nagelsmann remains with the winning team: Leroy Sané and Matthijs de Ligt are only on the bench

Also means: Leroy Sané and Matthijs de Ligt are sitting on the bench for the time being.

Still too high a hurdle for the "wolves"?

Coach Kovac said before the game: "We have to accept the little that is delivered to us."

Follow FC Bayern's home game against VfL Wolfsburg this Sunday evening from 5.30 p.m. here in the live ticker.

(pm/Florian Schimak reports from the Allianz Arena)

List of rubrics: © IMAGO/Eibner-Pressefoto/Sascha Walther

Source: merkur

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