Bayern Munich’s crazy streak has come to an end. Winners of the last seven Klassiker against Borussia Dortmund, the Bavarians gave up the draw (2-2) on Saturday afternoon on the pitch of Signal Iduna Park on the occasion of the 9th day of the Bundesliga. In front of the scoreboard thanks to goals from Leon Goretzka (32nd) and Leroy Sané (53rd), Julian Nagelsmann’s players, however, were joined in the last quarter of an hour of the game by goals from Youssoufa Mokoko (74th) and Frenchman Anthony Modest ( 90°+5°).
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Controlled for the fourth time this season, the Munich side missed a very good opportunity to take control of the championship, they who went ahead with two goals difference to their evening hosts after the cannon shot by Leroy Sané (53rd, 0-2) shortly after back from the locker room. Still installed in 3rd place in the standings, the Bavarians (16 points) are now just one unit behind the leader Union Berlin (17 points) awaiting tomorrow’s game in the face of the other surprise of this start to the season in Fribourg (17 points).
Moukoko had sounded the revolt
But Manuel Neuer’s teammates may harbor regrets since victory seemed promised to them for a long time in this great classic of the German championship. Clinics during a first act in which the ubiquitous Leon Goretzka (32nd, 0-1) offered his team the advantage with a clear shot from outside the penalty area, the Bavarians were just as ruthless in the second half by annihilating not only to the replica attempts of the yellows and blacks, but also increasing the score through Sané.
Perfectly protected by a gala Manuel Neuer in his goals (29, 35, 46), Julian Nagelsmann’s men inexplicably lost the thread of the game when no one expected a start from Borussia. Surprised at the start of the last quarter of an hour by a great control-strike sequence by Youssoufa Moukoko (74th, 1-2), Bayern ended up giving in in the last seconds of the game after a succession of corners in favor of Edin’s players Terzic.
Unhappy with a golden serve from Karim Adeyemi a few minutes earlier (82nd), Anthony Modeste redeemed himself perfectly by equalizing with a header from close range after an excellent cross from Nico Schlotterbeck (94th, 2-2). Surprised after extra time by a Borussia Dortmund that will never have abdicated despite their two-goal deficit, Bayern Munich spoiled in a poorly controlled last quarter of an hour the good impression they had left in recent days.
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