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FC Bayern Munich – VfB Stuttgart 2: 2: VAR shock in injury time! FCB with third draw in a row in the Bundesliga



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FC Bayern Munich couldn’t get past a 2-2 (1-0) win against VfB Stuttgart on matchday 6 of the Bundesliga. Coach Julian Nagelsmann’s team had led for a long time, the equalizer resulted from a late VAR decision shortly before the end. Nevertheless, it was enough for the time being for the lead, but SC Freiburg (12) and Union Berlin (11) can pass again.

  • The goals were scored by Mathys Tel (36′) and Jamal Musiala (60′) for Bayern and Chris Führich (57′) and Serhou Guirassy (90’+2′) for VfB.
  • Tel is now FC Bayern’s youngest Bundesliga starting XI and goalscorer.
  • For Bayern it was the third draw in a row in the Bundesliga.
  • Thomas Müller was annoyed after the game about Bayern’s attitude. Here’s the news.

Bayern Munich vs VfB Stuttgart: The Analysis

Before the reunion with Robert Lewandowski in the Champions League against FC Barcelona on Tuesday, Nagelsmann started the rotation machine and made six changes compared to the 2-0 win at Inter Milan. In addition to Tel, Noussair Mazraoui also made his debut in the Bundesliga, and Leon Goretzka also made his debut this season. Serge Gnabry, Dayot Upamecano and Jamal Musiala also started. Among other things, Sadio Mané and Inter-match winner Leroy Sané got a break.

The guests from Stuttgart were deep in a 3-5-2, the double striker even positioned themselves in their own half without the ball and, together with the conspicuous Silas, scored a few pinpricks. Bayern tried to outplay the densely staggered midfield at the beginning with long balls behind the defensive line. There was a complete lack of surprises. It is significant that the only shot on goal for a long time resulted from a set piece (18th). The constant castling of the attacking quartet, in which only Tel kept his position strictly (right winger), did not pose any problems for the VfB defensive.

It only got really dangerous for the first time after 30 minutes. However, Tel and Gnabry’s huge double chance was more of a coincidence. Nevertheless, the record champions then became more compelling and took the lead (36th).

After the change of sides, VfB dared a little more, which is why the game became more open. Substitute Führich (57′) brought the equalizer, which was slightly imminent, before Musiala restored the old order after a little dance (60′). Bayern, however, missed the best counterattack chances and thus missed an early decision. Shortly before the end, Guirassy converted a penalty after a VAR decision (90th).

FC Bayern Munich vs VfB Stuttgart: The line-ups

Bavaria: Neuer – Mazraoui (Stanisic 61), de Ligt, Upamecano, Davies – Kimmich, Goretzka – Tel (Sané 61), Musiala (Mané 81) – Gnabry (Gravenberch 81), T. Müller (Choupo-Moting 69). )

Stuttgart: F. Müller – Mavropanos (84th Stenzel), Anton, Ito – Silas (75th Perea), W. Endo (75th Egloff), Karazor, Sosa, Ahamada (84th Millot) – Guirassy, ​​Tiago Tomas (46th Führich )

FC Bayern Munich against VfB Stuttgart: the voices

Julian Nagelsmann (Bayern Munich coach): “We deservedly led and have to score the second goal. In the second half we have three huge chances, where you definitely have to score the third goal, then the game is over. Then the opponent thinks there’s still something to do – and it was still possible what. There was a legitimate penalty and we only played 2-2.”

Pellegrino Matarazzo (VfB Stuttgart coach): “The point is okay, I’m satisfied. We were called back two goals – one was not a foul, the other was certainly questionable. We lost possession in the first half, which hurt and had to suffer a bit. In the Second, it was a more open game and we had to survive one or two counterattacks.”

FC Bayern Munich vs VfB Stuttgart: The data of the game

  • Gates: 1-0 Tel (36′), 1-1 Führich (57′), 2-1 Musiala (60′), 2-2 Guirassy (90+2′)

The star of the game: Mathys Tel (FC Bayern)

Almost stuck a bit too much on the right wing at the beginning to stop Borna Sosa’s excursions. Much more often on the ball than the other Bayern offensives, he shot Müller in the 30th minute. Did better in the 39th and scored to make it 1-0. Good starting XI debut.

The flop of the match: Tiago Tomas (VfB Stuttgart)

The striker, who caused a sensation last season, was completely up in the air. He had only eleven ball actions in the first half. There were also four ball losses. He stayed in the dressing room for Führich, who in turn had direct influence. Also weak: Konstantinos Mavropanos – despite winning the ball before the 1-1.

The referee: Christian Dingert

The referee had a quiet afternoon until the turbulent second half. Both teams hardly fought hard duels. There were three scenes that caused a lot of discussion. He was right with the latter two, when he first blew the whistle for Ahamada’s action against Kimmich (79th) and decided on a foul by Matthijs de Ligt in injury time. This had stood on the foot of Guirassy. It was different in the 51st minute when Führich allegedly fouled Kimmich. Dingert had previously decided on goal, but the VAR saw it differently.