Stuttgart confident as Kalajdzic’s equalizer ruins Bayern’s title party

25 May 2022 | 08:34

Bayern was presented with Bundesliga Cup in front of their own fans on Sunday, but Kalajdzic’s The second half equalized means they have not won in two games since winning the tenth title in a row last month. Bayern’s players already have face criticism for their decision to take two days group vacation to Ibiza before last week’s failure Mainzand they had a worse performance against relegation candidate Stuttgart.

Won 3 safe points in the opening match, the away team needed a result and exploded in the first half. Omar Marmoush missed an early chance to take the lead on an earlier counter-attack Tiago Tomas ecstatic shot stunned the home fans. Thomas Mueller hit the crossbar for Bayern on the other end, and was then denied by a great save Florian Mueller. Serge Gnabry finally penetrated Stuttgart’s defence in the 35th minute, striking on a shot from a tight angle past the defender Constantine Mavropanos. Mueller gave Bayern the lead just before half-time, sent the ball home after an elegant poke in the box.

However, the away team fought back after the break when Borna Sosa picked Kalajdzic with a cross to level the score 2-2. Both sides had a chance to win the match late in the game, and Bayern’s disappointing evening was crowned as Kingsley Coman was sent off in injury time. Stuttgart still won three safe points in the relegation play-off positionbut still can pass Hertha Berlin on the last day of the season due to the outstanding goal difference.

Elsewhere, Europa League finalists Eintracht Frankfurt back to the Bundesliga action with a 1-1 draw at home against Borussia Moenchengladbach. Goncalo Paciencia’s 25 meter high scream is the highest score when the two sides in the middle of the table share the score in an exciting rubber match just a few days later Frankfurt’s semi-final victory over West Ham.

French striker Alassane Plea gave Gladbach the lead after just four minutes when he turned around Jonas Hofmann’s low cross after a fierce dribble by the away team. Paciencia equalized for the home team with a choking style in the 66th minute, before the goalkeeper Gladbach Tobias Sippel caught off guard with a long-range effort to score. Daichi Kamada thought he won a late winner for the home team when he diverted into a corner in the 89th minute, but target has been excluded for offside.