Eintracht Frankfurt 5-1 Bayern Munich: Harry Kane and others Bundesliga setback as hosts riot


Thomas Tuchel’s side endured a miserable afternoon in the Bundesliga as Bayern Munich suffered a 5-1 defeat at the hands of ruthless Eintracht Frankfurt.

Bayern were beaten by an inspired home side who took a three-goal lead into the game and then found it increasingly easier to beat as the defending champions worked harder and harder to get back into the game.

Heading into Eintracht Frankfurt, Bayern’s vaunted defense, which had conceded just nine Bundesliga goals all season, collapsed against a hungry home attack, with Kim Min-jae and Dayot Upamecano Exposed, both full-backs were substituted at half-time. .

It means Frankfurt have closed the gap on European qualification and are now just two points behind Hoffenheim after a poor start to the season, while Bayern gave up their chance of reaching the top spot.

Last week’s canceled game left them three points behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen with a game in hand, but if Xavi Alonso’s side can beat Stuttgart they will face Bayern in the Champions League United were six points ahead. Tuesday.

However, while Bayern Munich’s humiliating defeat highlighted their first league defeat of the season, the Red Devils are likely to curse the Eagles for causing Kane and his team-mates trouble. Adding some momentum to a must-win game at Old Trafford.

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This is not a script. With Thomas Tuchel’s side almost fully fit and Matthijs de Ligt the only big-name player remaining on the sidelines, they enjoyed a rare break from the season after last weekend’s game was canceled due to snow , and they have been eliminated from the German Cup.

Bayern went into the game on the back of a five-game winning streak in the league, while Frankfurt had not won any of their last four games, but within the quarter of an hour that had turned as the home side started brighter and let the pressure go Becoming Important by Omar Marmouche.

The goal – which came directly from Nussel Mazrawi’s poor clearance attempt – was just a sign of things to come. Nicknamed “The Monster” by his teammates, King looked more like a Vole, allowing Knaff to fight him off the ball and releasing Eric Junior, Diener-Ebing Bey scored and then a wayward Kimmich pass invited Frankfurt’s third goal. Dina Ebimbe killed off the game in the early seconds of the second half and once again caused the visitors’ defender – this time Upamecano – to lose possession cheaply and sparked an Frankfurt counterattack .

Tuchel hooked up with Mazraoui and Alphonso Davies at half-time in an attempt to stem the bleeding, but Erik ten Hag certainly should have taken notice and see how the two coaches fare under Old Trafford It will be interesting to see Rufford square off.

Bayern, easily the Bundesliga’s top scorer, did get back into the game after Mamouche’s opener, with Harry Kane turning in a collector’s error in a one-on-one with Trapp that could have been The equalizer.

But it might have made little difference, and even after Kimmich’s fine goal looked like it might put his side back in trouble, Bayern opened the floodgates again in the second half and Frankfurt took full advantage, sending their supporters into Brought into dreamland.

Player of the match: Eric Junior Dina Abimbe

A total of 11 players were wearing Frankfurt jerseys in this game. But Dina Ebimbe remained the brightest of them all, always looking for work and thinking positively as Frankfurt put the game away from their opponents from the first minute.

His goal was outstanding, being the first player to react after Knauf regained possession and showing an irresistible combination of strength and guile to fend off Upamecano and Davies, Then the goal was completed under the leadership of Neuer.

But his intervention seven minutes later was arguably just as important as the ball spun to Kane just yards from Frankfurt’s goal after a corner, and Dina Ebimbe did her best to nip at the ball and send it over the crossbar to safety.

That was a goal-worthy effort in itself, so it was only fair when Dina Ebimbe scored his second goal five minutes after half-time to put the result beyond doubt.

player rating

Frankfurt: Trapp 7, Tuta 7, Koch 8, Pacho 7, Chaibi 9, Gotze 8, Larsson 8, Dina Ebimbe 9, Buta 8, Mamouch 9, Knauf 8. Substitutes: Ngankamu 7, Hasebe 7, Hauge 7, Nkunku 6, Baum 6

Bayern Munich: Neuer 4, Davies 4, Upamecano 3, King 4, Mazraoui 3, Kimmich 5, Goretzka 6, Koeman 5, Choupo-Motun 6, Sane 5 , Kane 5. Substitutes: Gnabry 4, Guerrelio 5, Muller 6, Laimer 6, Musiala 6

Game highlights

12′ – Goal! Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 Bayern Munich (Mamouche): Well deserved! Butta, who has been Frankfurt’s danger man so far, sent another questionable cross into the box but Choupo-Motun failed to clear. Fares Chaibi collected the ball and struck the crossbar with a thunderous shot, but the ball only bounced as far as Marmoush who controlled the ball brilliantly and fired into an empty net. Games start!

25′ – How did he miss it? That’s pretty much it. Goretzka found space in midfield and delivered a perfect pass to Kane, who went one-on-one with Trapp. But it was a collector’s item, as the Bundesliga’s top scorer shot wide with the outside of his foot, and the score was still 1-0.

31′ – Goal! Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 Bayern Munich (Dina Ebimbe): Bayern only conceded nine goals in this game, but Ebimbe doubled Frankfurt’s lead here! The brave Knauf stole the ball, stripped Kim and released Dina Ebimbe, who flicked past two Davies and Upamecano before firing towards Neuer. gun. His shot somehow got past the legendary goalkeeper – who never wanted to watch that match again – and the result was 2-0!

36′ – Goal! Eintracht Frankfurt 3-0 Bayern Munich (Larsson): Bayern once again lacked possession, Larsson stole Kimmich and found Mamouch on the break, who ran directly to repair two central defenders before passing the ball to Larsson. He almost sat Upamecano down with some idiosyncratic footwork before coolly getting past Neuer. game over?

44′ – Goal! Frankfurt 3-1 Bayern Munich (Kimmich): Where did that come from? Sane picked up the ball on the edge of Frankfurt’s penalty area, but failed to get past Ebimbe and passed the ball back to Kimmich outside the penalty area. The midfielder made a mistake with the third goal but he made up for it there, firing a shot into the top right corner of Trapp’s goal and it wasn’t quite over yet!

50′ goal! Eintracht Frankfurt 4-1 Bayern Munich (Dina Ebimbe): They had a chance but didn’t take it and now it’s Frankfurt’s turn. Upamecano once again lost the ball in a bad position – this time Chaibi charged forward and released Ebimbe at just the right moment. He burst into the six-yard box and fired his first-time shot past Neuer, sending the home fans into dreamland.

60′ Goal…invalid? Knave had the ball in the net before it was ruled out for offside, but VAR is looking at this and it’s likely to be true…

60′ Goal! Eintracht Frankfurt 5-1 Bayern Munich (Knaf): And it’s good! Eintracht Frankfurt were superb this afternoon and continued to cause Bayern misery. This time, it was an unparalleled touch for the home side, as Chaiby found Gotze on the right, who passed the ball to Mamouche, the goalscorer who took the ball past Bayern’s defense and chased it down himself. . Knov got there first and shredded the ball through Neuer, who was initially flagged but was clearly in position for the replay.

key statistics

  • It was Harry Kane’s first loss in Bayern Munich’s starting XI.
  • After Frankfurt’s fifth goal, Bayern actually led 1.73-1.55 in expected points.

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