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3:1 vs Dortmund - Bayern Munich, 32 times German champion

3:1 vs Dortmund – Bayern Munich, 32 times German champion

Even before the final whistle, a chant of happy Bayern fans echoed across the stadium: “Only Bayern will be German champions!” Three games before the end of the season, Bayern are in first place, 12 points behind Dortmund. Julian Nagelsmann immortalized himself at the age of 34 as the second-youngest coach in Bundesliga history. Matthias Zammer was only a few days younger than him when the BVB triumphed in 2002.

After 11 days of a disappointing knockout against Villarreal in the Champions League, Bayern wanted to set the example again in the last big game of the season and delight their fans. The greatest persistence led to the path to success. In addition, the 32-time German champion had a very easy match with his goals. After a corner kick, national player Gnabry hit a header from Leon Goretzka into the left corner, making it untenable for Borussia goalkeeper Marwin Hitz. Lewandowski scored his 33rd goal this season after Dortmund defender Dan-Axel Zagado lost the ball in the preliminary match. This model came from Thomas Müller, who is now the only player record champion with eleven title wins.

What may be the last shooting competition between Premier League strikers Lewandowski and Haaland has once again ended with a point victory over the Bayern Munich striker. Lewandowski not only scored goals, but was also more active than his young opponent from Norway, who barely appeared. The Hits spectacularly defeated Lewandowski to make the score 3-1 (69). Haaland came late to two failed deals (80/81). Musiala then made the decision independently before Hitz. The classic movie wasn’t suited to showcasing the world’s top two German teams. Lots of partials remained, and passions flared intermittently on the pitch and on the sidelines.

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