The Bundesliga was the first major league to return after the halt due to coronavirus. And it will be the first major league to meet its winner. Bayern reserved a table yesterday to devour his eighth ‘Salad Bowl’ in a row. The set of Hans-Dieter Flick spent the roller and swept the Bayer Leverkusen; which was more clear on the role after seen in the field (2-4). It is still hard to believe that on the 14th matchday they would go seventh to seven points! of leadership.
A game marked by the Bavarian comeback already in the first 45 minutes and, also, because Thomas Muller became Bundesliga history by leveling Kevin de Bruyne with 20 assists, a league record. He still has three games (since the next one is lost by sanction) to exceed that number. Declining Kai Havertz pointed, great absence of a party, offset by a system of three defenders and carrileros two offensive players like Amiri and Leon Bailey. The invention worked for him at first, soon found himself with a goal from Alario; who had to validate the VAR since in the first instance it was annulled for offside (10 ‘).
As Bayern Munich started to grease the engine room, Leverkusen’s leads melted, showing his worrying defensive fragility. In a loss on a rival field, Goretzka served a direct pass for Coman, free, to go toe-to-toe to sign the tie (27 ‘). Three minutes into the break, Bayern made the comeback. First thanks to a left-foot shot by Goretzka (42 ‘) and then with a Vaseline from Gnabry (45’), both in collaboration with the Leverkusen’s poor online defense and also goalkeeper Hradecky, who was able to do much more in the first and it went wrong in the second.
Peter Bosz, absolutely overcome, wanted to return to the game with three changes, but it did not help. Even at half gas Bayern continued to dominate every aspect of the game, with a superlative Davies. And that was how, with a record service from Müller for the head of Robert Lewandowski; who scored his 30 goals in 30 Bundesliga games, giving him more advantage in terms of winning the Golden Boot (66 ‘). Before finishing, Wirtz, with a beautiful play, made the second of the Leverkusen, which was useless.