Goals and Highlights: Bayern Munich 5-2  Eintracht Frankfurt in 2020 Bundesliga
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Full Time | Bayern Munich 5-2 Eintracht Frankfurt

A very dominating Bayern Munich wins an important match just ahead of the Der Klassiker that will most likely decide the championship.

87'

Cuisance goes for goal, but his attempt is just a little wide.

85' | Bayern Substitutions

Zirkzee and Cuisance will replace Comand and Kimmich.

84'

Dost lays the ball off for Toure who shoots to the near post, but Neuer is there to make the save.

82'

Kostic makes room for himself and takes a powerful shot with his left. The ball hits the post and bounces out!

80'

Last ten minutes of the match. Will we see more goals?

77'

Ilsanker clears the ball out before Lewandowski could tap it in!

Davies with the fourth goal for Bayern

76' | Eintracht Frankfurt Substitutions

Dost and Durm come on to replace Silva and Da Costa.

74' | Bayern GOOOOOOOOAL!

Hinteregger makes an own-goal!

When he tried to get the ball out, it gets tangled in between his feet and ends up in the back of his own net.

73' | Bayern Substitution

Boateng leaves his place on the pitch for Lucas Hernández.

70' | Eintracht Frankfurt Substitutions

Kamada and Sow replace Sode and Gacinovic in the visiting team.

67'

André Silva in the box with a heel pass for Gacinovic who tries to finish it to the near post, but Neuer makes a tremendous save!

65'

Gnabry leaves Coman one-on-one with the keeper, but Trapp does well to stop it!

63' | Bayern Substitution

Perisic is replaced by Serge Gnabry.

61' | Bayern GOOOOOOOOOOOAL!

Davies takes advantage of a mistake from the Eintracht defense to make it 4-2 for Bayern.

Hinteregger scored twice within 3 minutes

55' | Eintracht GOOOOOOOOOOOAL!

Hinteregger again finds the back of the net!

This time he finds a cross from the corner and heads it to the far post to score!

This was Lewi's 27th goal of the season.

 

52' | Eintracht GOOOOOOOOOOOAL!

After a header inside the box, Hinteregger hits a volley inside the box and makes it 3-1.

49'

Perisic now with a header that is just wide!

46' | Bayern GOOOOOOOOOOOAL!

Coman crosses for Lewandowski who finishes it with a nice diving header.

45' | Eintracht Frankfurt Substitution

Timothy Chandler comes on instead of Ndicka.

45' | Second Half Begins

We're underway with the last 45 minutes of the match.

Müller made it 2-0 with this sensational finish!

Half Time | Bayern Munich 2-0 Eintracht Frankfurt

After 45 minutes, Bayern wins by two with a dominant performance so far.

45'

Two minutes of added time for this first half.

41' | Bayern GOOOOOOOAL!

Davies finds Müller with a good cross.

The German player makes a great control and finishes it with his left, leaving Trapp without a chance.

38'

Yet another chance for Bayern. This time Lewandowski with a header that ends up going just wide from the goal.

37'

Alaba shoots from long distance, but Trapp is there to send it to a corner kick.

35'

Hinteregger is cautioned after fouling Lewandowski.

32'

Shot from Kostic that fails to find the target.

30'

After a strong half-hour from Bayern, the pace of the match has slowed downa bit.

Eintracht  will attempt to create danger now with more ball possession.

Goretzka's 1-0 for Bayern

24'

Kimmich shoots but fails to find the target.

20'

Perisic shoots straight at Trapp's position and a good chance is wasted.

19'

Long cross for Perisic who then tries to pass to Lewandowski.

Trapp again has to interfere as his defense is really struggling to keep Bayern away from the box.

16' | Bayern GOOOOOOAL!

Müller makes a run down the left flank and crosses back to find Goretzka.

He finishes it with the inner part of his right foot to put Bayern in front.

15'

Bayern continues to put pressure on the Eagles. Trapp has to intervene once more to stop the Bavarians to open up the scoreboard.

14'

Kimmich crosses to find a free Pavard a mere 5 yards from the goal.

The header is straight at Trapp's position and a huge chance is wasted.

12'

Lewandowski hits the bar with a powerful shot!

11'

Davies with an interesting run down the left wing. He tries to find Müller, but Rode gets to the ball and sends it to corner kick.

7'

Dangerous cross looking for Lewandowski, but the ball is just a little too high for the striker to reach it.

3'

Coman receives a long ball from Lewandowski and makes a run towards the goal.

He's taken down by Ndika, but the officiating team sees no foul on the play.

 

0' | Kick-Off!

We're underway with the match between Bayern Munich and Eintracht Frankfurt!

Both teams step onto the pitch for the start of the match.

A minute of silence will be kept to honor the victims of COVID-19.

With Borussia Dortmund's 0-2 win at Wolfsburg, Bayern are obligated to win if they desire to keep the four-point lead at the top.

A defeat today, would cut the distance to 1 point and the match between them next Tuesday could likely decide the title.

Warmups done!

Ten minutes until the ball starts moving.

We're 15 minutes away from the start of the match! Don't go anywhere!

Under Hansi Flick, Bayern has become a goal-scoring machine with 50 goals in 16 matches; an average of 3.1  per game.

Neuer, who recently renewed until 2023, is the first man to step out onto the pitch for warmups.

The Frankfurt Eagles have the worst away record in the Bundesliga, having won seven points from a possible 36.

They have also lost their last 10 away games in Munich.

Eintracht are one of only four teams to have beaten Bayern this season. Can they repeat this feat?

The Bavarians are the only unbeaten Bundesliga team in 2020, collecting 34 from a possible 36 points.

Their only draw came on February 9th when they hosted Red Bull Leipzig in a goalless match.

Eintracht Frankfurt: Starting XI

Trapp; Ndicka, Hinteregger, Ilsanker, Toure; Fernandes, Rode, Kostic, Gacinovic, Da Costa; Silva.

Bayern Munich: Starting XI

Neuer; Pavard, Boateng, Alaba, Davies; Kimmich, Goretzka, Muller, Coman, Perisic; Lewandowski.

The Eintracht Frankfurt bus as it made its way to the venue for tonight's match.

Back to Allianz Arena

Robert Lewandowski and the rest of the Bayern Munich squad make their return to their home ground after two months.

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Coutinho with an uncertain future

Philippe Coutinho will not continue with Bayern Munich after the club has opted to not pay the transfer fee to keep him permanently.

"The purchase option has expired and we have not exercised it, now we will have to complete the planning of the squad for next season", said Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, legendary footballer  and current CEO of Bayern.

The Brazilian player will have to return to Barcelona when the loan expires and will most likely be negotiated.

Neuer 2023

Bayern Munich informed during the week that they had reached an agreement for the renewal of keeper Manuel Neuer.

The 2014 World Champion will continue with the club until at least 2023.

Eintracht Frankfurt: Last Starting XI

Trapp; N'Dicka, Hinteregger, Abraham, Toure; Rode, Ilsanker, Sow, Kostic, Kamada; Dost. 

Bayern Munich: Last Starting XI

Neuer; Pavard, Boateng, Alaba, Davies; Kimmich, Thiago, Gnabry, Muller, Goretzka; Lewandowski.

 

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Can they make a comeback against Bayern?

Eintracht Frankfurt was not so lucky in their return to action as they faced a powerful Gladbach side that beat them at home with ease.

The game became an uphill battle for them at just 37 seconds when Pléa scored the first goal of the match. They couldn't recover and the match ended in a painful defeat.

Bayern Munich wants to stay on top

The Bavarians made a successful return to the Bundesliga last week with a convincing 0-2 victory at Union Berlin's ground.

With that victory, they remain top of the league with a four-point advantage over Dortmund and eight games to go.

 

Kick-Off Time

The Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt match will be played at the Allianz Arena, in Munich, Germany. The kick-off is scheduled at 12:30 pm ET/ 9:30 am ET.



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