The debut of Thomas Tuchel in the bank of Bayern Monaco It didn’t seem easy, since he had to face Borussia Dortmund in a classic in which the top of the Bundesliga would be at stake. However, everything turned out to be much easier than expected thanks to a grotesque error by the goalkeeper Gregor Kobel which paved the way for the Bavarians to win 4-2.
With just 12 minutes of the first half having been played, French defender Dayot Upamecano sent in a deep pass from his own half that was intended for Leroy Sané, but looked too long for the striker. The Swiss Kobel came out on the croissant to block with his right foot, but he was very wrong and with such bad luck that he corrected the direction of the ball and sent it into his enclosure.
This ruling by the Swiss goalkeeper started the debacle of Edin Terzic’s team, who had won eight of their last 10 matches in all competitions, but ended up falling off a cliff at the Allianz Arena.
Before the end of the first half-hour of action, two goals from Thomas Müller had finished the work in favor of the winner of the last 10 Bundesliga seasons. And 5 minutes after being added, the French Kingsley Coman extended the lease to give full serenity to Tuchel, who took charge of Bayern a week ago after the sudden dismissal of Julian Nagelsmann. Emre Can, on penalty, and Donyell Malen discounted for Dortmund.
With this victory, the Munich team reaches 55 points and displaces Borussia Dortmund from first place, which remains at 53. In third place, with 51 points, there is the surprising Union Berlin, who had previously beaten 3-0 in Stuttgart with goals from Sheraldo Becker , Kevin Behrens and Genki Haraguchi (against).
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