Musiala scores again as Bayern beat Wolfsburg

30 Aug 2022 | 08:11

MusialaWho declare yourself eligible for Germany in 2021 despite playing for England as a junior, now having four goals in his first three games of the season. The score 2-0 makes Wolfsburg heart, with Munich coming close to scoring on many occasions. Senegal striker Sadio Mane conceded two goals for offside.

Wolfsburg roars out of the block and Bayern nearly had an own goal when Canadian Alfonso Davies hit the post from an attempt to clear the ball. Home team gradually develop into advancement and Mane seems to have put Bayern 1-0 in the 19th minute when he caught a pass from Serge Gnabry to go one meter out, but VAR ruled out the goal for offside.

Bayern then turned up the heat towards the visitors, going close several times before Musiala got his first goal, guiding an attack past goalkeeper Koen Casteels from the edge of the box. despite losing my leg just seconds before. The goal is Musiala’s 14th in the top class, seeing him surpass Bayern legend and former club president Uli Hoeness as a teenager with Most goals in a Bayern shirt.

Thomas Mueller then scored a trademark goal In the 44th minute, a skinny leg went out to block Joshua Kimmich’s shot, narrowly widening the goal. mane closed again in the 69th minute, but pulled a header wide of the post. The Senegal international got the ball over the line just two minutes later, but it was penalized for offside.

Result continued bad form for Wolfsburg in the Bavarian capital. The Wolves have now lost 24 and drawn two in 26 matches in Munich, with no Bundesliga team playing lots of games against an opponent without a single victory.

Mainz and Union play 0-0 ‘not so pretty’

Mainz and Union Berlin split points after a watery 0-0 draw at two-thirds of the Mewa Arena in temperatures of 31 degrees on Sunday. “It was a tough game… It’s certainly not so pretty when you look at it,” admitted Berlin coach Urs Fischer after the game. “But from my side, I’m really satisfied. We are happy to bring points home. “

Mainz has become smarth was the only remarkable opportunity of the first half, when an attempted pass from Lee Jae-sung was caught by Union goalkeeper Frederik Roennow. Rani Khedira had a chance Union put Union ahead in the 59th minute but his low shot went wide of the post. Mainz had a chance to win in injury time when Dutch striker Delano Burgzorg let the ball loose in the box, but defender Union Robin Knoche catches the ball from goal to safety.

Management of Mainz Bo Svensson praised the team’s discipline. “It’s difficult for all the players to play in these conditions,” he said. “They are very disciplined and did what I asked them to do. “

After the match, Khedira said that “it was extremely hard to keep up intensity in this heat. “Union has now reached a club record nine Bundesliga matches without losing, win seven and draw two since the last time they tasted defeat, against Bayern Munich in March.