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FC Bayern - Frankfurt

Germany: Bundesliga
FC Bayern L. Goretzka (17), T. Müller (41), R. Lewandowski (46), A. Davies (61), M. Hinteregger (74)
Allianz ArenaFull time5-2Attendance: 10
Frankfurt M. Hinteregger (52), M. Hinteregger (55)
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Bayern thrash Frankfurt in goal-fest to restore four-point lead

By Laura Brandt

Bayern München defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 in an exciting game at Allianz Arena.

Alphonso Davies scored and made an assist.
Alphonso Davies scored and made an assist.Photo: Sven Mandel / CC-BY-SA-4.0

Bayern München maintained their four-point lead over Borussia Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga table with a 5-2 win over Eintracht Frankfurt at Allianz Arena on Saturday.


After creating a number of chances in the opening minutes, Bayern broke the deadlock through Leon Goretzka, who rifled home a low cross from Thomas Müller with 17 minutes played.

Bayern continued their dominance and doubled their lead four minutes before half-time, when Müller controlled a cross from Alphonso Davies and sent the ball into the net.

With just one minute played of the second half, Robert Lewandowski made it 3-0, planting a header past Frankfurt keeper Kevin Trapp to score his 27th league goal of the season.

But just as it looked like a comfortable win for Bayern, Martin Hinteregger pulled two goals back for the guests within the space of a few minutes.

First, the centre-back was allowed space to volley the ball into the net inside the box before he headed the ball in after a corner kick with 55 minutes on the clock.


However, just as Frankfurt thought they were back in it, Alphonso Davies made it 4-2 to Bayern with 61 minutes played. And with 16 minutes remaining, an own goal from Hinteregger effectively killed off the game.

After winning their sixth Bundesliga game in a row, Bayern could take another step towards an eighth consecutive league title when they lock horns with top-of-the-table rivals Borussia Dortmund at Signal Iduna Park on Tuesday.


FC Bayern
(4-2-3-1)
1M. Neuer (C)
5B. Pavard
17J. Boateng ↪73
27D. Alaba
19A. Davies
32J. Kimmich ↪85
18L. Goretzka
29K. Coman ↪85
25T. Müller
14I. Perišić ↪64
9R. Lewandowski
Bench
26S. Ulreich
22S. Gnabry ↩64
2Á. Odriozola
8J. Martínez
21L. Hernández ↩73
33L. Mai
11M. Cuisance ↩85
34O. Meier
35J. Zirkzee ↩85
Frankfurt
(4-2-3-1)
1K. Trapp
18A. Touré
3S. Ilsanker
13M. Hinteregger
2E. N'Dicka ↪46
5G. Fernandes (C)
17S. Rode ↪71
24D. da Costa ↪76
11M. Gaćinović ↪71
10F. Kostić
33A. Silva ↪76
Bench
32F. Rønnow
9B. Dost ↩76
20M. Hasebe
25E. Durm ↩76
6J. de Guzmán
8D. Sow ↩71
15D. Kamada ↩71
16L. Torró
22T. Chandler ↩46

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