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Defeat in Gladbach: FC Bayern blunders in the title race – Upamecano flies early


FC Bayern was a guest at Borussia Mönchengladbach. Coach Julian Nagelsmann's team suffered their second defeat of the season. The ticker to read.

FC Bayern was a guest at Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Coach Julian Nagelsmann's team suffered their second defeat of the season.

The ticker to read.

  • Borussia Mönchengladbach - FC Bayern Munich 3: 2 (1: 1), Saturday 3:30 p.m

  • Backlog again!

    Glabach star Hofmann

    shoots Borussia again with

    a 2-1 lead

  • Bayern

    delivers in Gladbach despite being outnumbered:


    scores to equalize 1-1

Update from February 18, 6:19 p.m .:

FC Bayern conceded its two bankruptcies in the season.

Bitter because the lead in the table could now be gone.

Coach Nagelsmann freaked out after the game in the catacombs and went into the referee's cabin.

Borussia Mönchengladbach – Bayern Munich 3: 2 (1: 1)

Borussia Mönchengladbach: Omlin - Lainer, Itakura, Elvedi, Benebaini - Kramer, Koné - Wolf, Hofmann, Stindl - Plea

FC Bayern: Sommer - Pavard, Upamecano, Blind - Kimmich - Gnabry (from 46 Sané), Gravenberch (from 46 Musiala), Goretzka (from 61 de Ligt), Davies - Müller (from 14 Cancelo), Choupo- Moting (from 61st Tel)

Goals: 1-0 Stindl (13'), 1-1 Choupo-Moting (34'), 2-1 Hofmann (55'), 3-1 Thuram (84'), 3-2 Tel (90'+3')

+++ Conclusion: FC Bayern suffered a not unjustified second defeat of the season.

Coach Julian Nagelsmann's team was outnumbered early on when Upamecano was sent off.

Ultimately, however, the performance of the record champions was not good enough to take something countable here against a Borussia that was far from outstanding.

So now there is a risk of losing the lead in the Bundesliga.



Bayern Munich lost 3-2 at Borussia Mönchengladbach.

© IMAGO / district photo

90th + 5 minutes: OUT!



FC Bayern lost 3-2 at Borussia Mönchengladbach and suffered their second defeat of the season.

90th + 3 minutes: GOOOOOOOOR!

Tel hits out of nowhere!

Is something still possible?

90 minutes:

Not much should happen here, even if there are four more minutes.


Jamal Musiala was also unable to prevent the defeat in Gladbach.

© IMAGO/kolbert-press/Marc Niemeyer

84 minutes: Goal!

The decision?

Blind hits the ball, Hofmann marches right again, then crosses to Thuram, who slides in cool.

3: 1 for Gladbach ...

83 minutes:

In the meantime, the record champions have more of the game again.

Canclo, Sané and Musiala keep pushing.

But train to the gate does not take place.

75 minutes:

Another sign from Bayern!

Musiala releases Davies on the left, who puts Lainer on the ground, but then chases the ball over the goal.

There was more in it.

68 minutes:

The goal doesn't taste good to Munich, you can see that.

They are currently no longer finding their way into their game and the way forward.

But there's still a good 20 minutes to play.

60 minutes:

The hosts are now dominating the action here and exploiting the majority – the goal obviously did the Foals well.

Bayern are hanging on the ropes like a battered boxer.

A pissed off Oliver Kahn is sitting in the stands.

FC Bayern in Gladbach now live: backlog again!

Hofmann shoots Borussia back into the lead


Jonas Hofmann scored for Gladbach against FC Bayern.


55 minutes: Goal!

The Gladbachers have it under control again – and promptly take the lead again.

Hofmann prevails in the center, sends Plea steeply and then puts it across to Hofmann in the penalty area, who slides in to make it 2-1.

49 minutes:

The double change has an immediate effect!

Sané and Musiala liven up the game.

Kimmich comes to the end of the penalty area with his left – but just over it.

The Gladbachers are now withdrawing and leaving the game to Bayern, despite being outnumbered.

46 minutes:

Double change at Bayern.

Sané and Musiala replace Gravenberch and Gnabry.

+++ Half-time conclusion: After 10 minutes you had a whole new game here because Upamecano was thrown off the field after an emergency brake - a controversial action.

Shortly thereafter, Gladbach took the lead and then had several opportunities to increase.

But Bayern didn't hide and played despite being outnumbered.

Choupo-Moting equalized after half an hour - and so it goes into the break in an exciting game with 1:1.


45th + 3 minutes:

excitement again!

Koné and Kimmich fight each other in the penalty area, but that wasn't enough for a penalty.

Goretzka then has another shot on the other side, but the ball just misses to the right.

45 minutes:

There's three minutes of added time.

41 minutes:

Despite the equaliser, Gladbach simply keep going forward!

Koné demands Sommer, who can just about save it.

Wild and spectacular kick in Borussia Park.

Can we still see a goal before the break?


Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scores against Borussia Mönchengladbach to equalize 1-1.

© IMAGO/Revierfoto

FC Bayern in Gladbach now live: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scores to equalize 1-1

35 minutes: GOOOOOOOOOR!

The compensation!

Davies has space on the left, leaves Lainer and brings the cross flat into the middle, where Choupo-Moting has released superbly and puts the ball in the net.

32 minutes:

We've had a whole new game here for 20 minutes.

The Gladbachers are far from convincing here, but still lead 1-0.

Also because Bayern are far too inconsistent in their actions – both defensively and offensively.

But still: An appealing game for the viewers.

24 minutes:

Bayern off the roll!

Cancelo doesn't get the ball with enough energy, so Koné goes through on the left.

The Munich defense is completely open as a result.

Koné puts it across, but Stindl misses in the middle completely free-standing – it really has to be 2-0.

19 minutes:

What a start for Bayern.

Welz must never give the red card against Upamecano.

Shortly thereafter, the bell in the Munich box rang because the defensive was asleep.

Nagelsmann reacts to the dismissal and takes record player Müller off the field – Cancelo comes in for him.

FC Bayern in Gladbach now live: double FCB shock!

A goal follows on red

13 minutes: 120 seconds after being sent off, Gladbach is in the lead!

Hofmann takes a flat free kick from the right, Stindl shoots dry in the penalty area - 1:0!

Shock for Bayern!


Dayotr Upamecano sees the red card early.

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7 minutes: Crazy scenes here!

Plea is through alone, Upamecano follows him.

Then the Gladbach striker crosses the path in the penalty area and falls to the ground.

Referee Welz whistles immediately and gives red. The VAR apparently does not report, it is only checked briefly.

But Welz doesn't watch the scene again - unbelievable!

Bayern only ten!

3. Minute:

Okay, Bayern are in the mood.

Lots of effort going forward and the first good opportunity.

Choupo-Moting frees himself with a strong movement, lays across to Müller, who lays down on Gravenberch.

Unfortunately, his shot is blocked.

1st minute:


The game in Borussia Park is on.

FC Bayern in Gladbach now live: kick-off!

Nagelsmann brings five new stars

Update from February 18, 3:25 p.m .:

So, it starts in a few minutes.

Referee of the game is Tobias Welz.

Update from February 18, 3:18 p.m .:

Nagelsmann started the rotary machine properly.

There are five changes.

"We didn't rotate that much, it's a load control," says the FCB coach: "We have a lot of top players in the squad and I want to give them some playing time." Thomas Müller, among others, will start alongside Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.


"We wanted to have a little more presence in the penalty area," said Nagelsmann: "I'm assuming that Gladbach will be more deep.

So it's good to have two smart and physically strong players up front."

Update from February 18, 2:51 p.m .:

Shortly before kick-off, Daniel Farke spoke to



"We've always looked pretty good against good teams," said the Borussia coach, who is without Marcus Thuram and Julian Weigl.


“Marcus missed the whole training week.

This was also the case with Julian Weigl, who missed many units.

I just wanted fit players on the pitch today," he explains.

FC Bayern in Gladbach now live: Nagelsmann brings B-Elf!

Müller and Gnabry begin

Update from February 18, 2:37 p.m .:

Jamal Musiala will not be in the starting XI.


Load control after consultation between player and coach, reports


reporter Manuel Bonke on site.

Together with Joshua Kimmich, he had FC Bayern's highest mileage in Paris - even in the high-intensity area.

Load control at Jamal #Musiala after consultation between player and coach.

Together with Joshua #Kimmich, he had the highest mileage of #FCBayern in Paris - even in the high-intensity area.


— Manuel Bonke (@mano_bonke) February 18, 2023

Update from February 18, 2:24 p.m.:

The lineup is here!

Coach Nagelsmann changes properly.

Thomas Müller, Serge Gnabry, Ryan Gravenberch, Daley Blind and Alphonso Davies are in the starting XI.


Thomas Müller can play against Gladbach from the start.

© IMAGO/Kirchner/David Inderlied

Update from February 18, 1:58 p.m .:

The lineup of FC Bayern and Gladbach will come in in just under half an hour!

We are curious to see how FCB coach Julian Nagelsmann will line up.

Kingsley Coman will probably fail.

It is quite possible that Thomas Müller and Serge Gnabry will also get a chance from the start this time.

Munich/Mönchengladbach – On matchday 21, FC Bayern travels to Borussia Mönchengladbach for an away game.

After the highlight game in the Champions League during the week at Paris Saint-Germain, points are now back in the Bundesliga.

The Munich team want to defend their lead in the table with a threesome.

Maybe a Bayern star will get the opportunity from the start again.

The foals from Gladbach, on the other hand, want to win themselves in order not to lose touch with the European Cup places.


FC Bayern in Gladbach live today: Sané trouble before the start of the summer return.

© IMAGO / Just Pictures /Ulrich Wagner /MIS

FC Bayern in Gladbach live today: trouble before the start of the summer return

The classic from the 70s is still exciting today.

Especially in terms of personnel, because it's Yann Sommer's return to Borussia-Park.

He was the regular keeper for the foals for eight and a half years before moving to the record champions in January.

Is there a warm welcome from the Gladbach fans?

Leroy Sané caused a stir in the run-up to the game.

The Bayern star was repeatedly late at Säbener Strasse.

The bosses and fellow players are obviously watching this behavior very closely.

But he made the flight to Gladbach on time.


List of rubrics: © IMAGO / Revierfoto

Source: merkur

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