Salzburg vs Bayern Munich: Mulardona’s mistake in the penalty area – Lewandowski scores an equalizer from the penalty spot

Salzburg vs Bayern Munich: Mulardona's mistake in the penalty area - Lewandowski scores an equalizer from the penalty spot

23 ‘- Yellow Card: Benjamin Pavard. Pavard sees yellow after his struggle with Szubuszlai. His free kick passed over the goal, but RB won a corner.


21 ‘- penalty kick by Bayern (real)! Thomas Muller receives the ball on the left side of the penalty area, where he interferes with Koeman. Maradona tries, but he made a mistake in the process. This time it is an undeniable punishment. Robert Lewandowski easily converted it.


19 ‘- Ouch! Junuzovic takes a pass from Lewandowski straight to the side of his face. He shook and left the field temporarily.


17 ‘- Wow: Manuel Neuer responded with a lightning speed to deny Salzburg a goal, as Junuzovic hit a very powerful header from a corner kick.


16 ‘- Offside! Kimmich picked Gnabry with a nice long pass, but Gnabry was already offside when Kimmich played the ball. It’s up to Salzburg, Boateng blocks an attack by Quetta and counts a corner kick.


14 ‘- Salzburg immediately launched the attack, resulting in Junuzovic’s easy save.


13 ‘- it was! Right before Lewandowski fired, he went to consult the VAR. Go back to the stadium and the signals play! No penalty after all.


12 ‘- penalty kick for Bayern! Szobolszai fouls Lucas Hernandez inside the penalty area. The referee immediately requests a penalty.


11 ‘- Close call! Mueller wins the ball just outside the Salzburg penalty area. He finds Gnabry advancing to his left. Gnabry cuts and shakes his gun, but his shot is countered by Romahlo.


8 ‘- A long ball found Robert Lewandowski, who hit just over the bar. Sneak science comes late.

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7 ‘- Salzburg wins with a free kick outside the penalty area. Szubolszai, kicks it over the goal.


4 ‘- The goal of Salzburg! Aggressive play for Salzburg pays off as Berisha keeps the ball and passes it to Quetta in the Bayern penalty area. Quetta topped the shot, but fell at Berisha’s feet. He hit Neuer in the net from the right wing of Bayern Munich. 1-0 Salzburg!


3 ‘- It was everything in Salzburg for the first minutes. The Austrians are pressing hard and blocking Bayern Munich.


Kick-Off: We’re Running!


One hour until kick-off: We have a line up! It’s basically what we expected.


While the specter of David Alaba’s contract negotiations over Bayern Munich looms, the team travels to Salzburg to attend the Champions League. With Niklas Sule out after catching a covid, Hansi Flick has to once again pick a less-than-ideal setting against a strong opponent. To make matters worse, Leon Goretzka is set to miss the match due to calf problems. No one has ever said Bayern is easy.

At the very least, the coach can count on the goals of Robert Lewandowski, who will be fresh and eager to go after his Saturday break against Colin. The Polish killer will be supported by a world-class attacking supplement consisting of Thomas Muller and two of Bayern’s many wings. With Bayern’s main defender absent, and the Salzburg side known for scoring goals, they will be decisive in beating the Austrians and maintaining the team’s place at the top of Group A.

It’s Bayern Munich.

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