Bayern Munich 3-2 FC Cologne
Goals: Lewandowski (50e) & Gnabry (58e & 71e) for Bayern // Modeste (60th) & Uth (62e) for Cologne
Bayern is three pawns per game.
For the first tenure of Tanguy Kouassi – released at the break for tactical change – with die roten, the new team of Julian Nagelsmann signed their first league victory by finishing Cologne (3-2). And that after a great fight – marked by a double from Sergne Gnabry and a pawn from Anthony Modeste – five days later the supercup raised against Dortmund (3-1).
After a small first period, Mr. Robert Lewandowski launched the debates following a percussion of the crack Jamal Musiala (50e). Then the madness: the break was made by Gnabry on a cross from Thomas Müller (58e) but Cologne got back together right away, with first Modeste on a cross from Jonas Hector and an absence from Niklas Süle (60e) then Mark Uth on a Kingsley Ehizibue cake (62e). Finally Gnabry got everyone to agree with a praline under the bar (71e).
Come on, one more day before Bayern seizes the throne and already puts an end to the suspense.
Bayern (4-2-3-1): Neuer – Süle, Upamecano, Kouassi (Stanišić, 46e), Davies (C. Richards, 88e) – Kimmich, Goretzka (Tolisso, 66e) – L. Sané (Musiala, 46e), T. Müller, Gnabry (Choupo-Moting, 76e) – Lewandoswki. Coach: Julian Nagelsmann.
Cologne (4-1-3-2): Horn – Ehizibue, Meré, Czichos, J. Hector – Skhiri – Thielmann, Ljubičić (Schaub, 76e), Kainz (S. Andersson, 69e) – Uth (Duda, 66e), Modest (Lemperle, 76e). Coach: Steffen Baumgart.