With one goal in each half – one of them, for a change, was noted by top scorer Lewandowski – Bayern beat Freiburg 2-1, this Saturday, in a match valid for the 11th round of the Bundesliga. Another Bavarian goal was via Goretzka, which Haberer took in overtime (Watch the best moments below).
The result at home kept Munich at the top of the isolated Bundesliga with 28 points, in addition to ending Freiburg’s unbeaten record. The opponent is the sensation of the championship, he is in third place with 22 points.
Bayern players celebrate Goretzka’s goal against Freiburg (Photo: Reuters)
As a result, Bayern had to put in a lot of effort to win more than usual in the Bundesliga. Goretzka, after a pass from Thomas Müller, opened the scoring in the 1930s, breaking through the competition’s least-leaky defense.
In the second half, also at 30, Lewandowski took advantage of Sani’s pass and reached the 13th goal in the current edition of the German Bundesliga. The Polish, who is the tournament’s top scorer, hit 20 balls in the net in 19 matches he played against Freiburg.
In addition, Haberer got a discount in favor of Freiburg, who in the next round will face Eintracht Frankfurt. In the meantime, Bayern visits Augsburg. Matches will be played after the FIFA selection date.
Lewandowski against Bayern Munich against Freiburg – Photo: Reuters
Wolfsburg wins with a Brazilian pass
In another match on Saturday, Wolfsburg won again under Florian Kohfeldt, the newly appointed coach after Van Bommel resigned. Lobos beat Augsburg 1-0 with a goal scored by Nemesha, who was called up by the German team for the first time last Friday after the help of Brazilian full-back Paulo Ottavio.
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