Eintracht Frankfurt – Bayern | Bundesliga: Eintracht lends a ‘little hand’ to Bayern and gives wings to ‘Xabineta’

 Eintracht Frankfurt - Bayern |  Bundesliga: Eintracht lends a 'little hand' to Bayern and gives wings to 'Xabineta'

The break – last week their match at Unión Berlin was postponed due to snow – did not go well for Bayern. Eintracht Frankfurt ended its unbeaten run in the Bundesliga with a sick ‘little hand’ (5-1).A victory that will give wings to Bayer Leverkusen. If they beat Stuttgart, Xabi Alonso’s men will be leaders with a six-point lead. And another game, yes.

Eintracht beat Bayern, repeating it again with Choupo-Moting starting behind Kane, based on intensity … and punch. The first three shots on goal by Dino Toppmöller’s team ended in one goal.

1-0, in the 12th minute, caught the Bavarians ‘hands down’. Mazraoui failed to clear a cross from Buta, Farès (Chaïbi) hit the crossbar and Omar Marmoush took advantage of the rebound to score with a cross shot. The Egyptian is sweet: he, according to ‘Opta’, the player who scored the most goals (5) in the first 15 minutes.

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The second, in the 31st minute, left Kim Min-jae ‘pictured’. The former Napoli player lost the battle with Knauff and Ebimbe, coming from behind, slipped between Davies and Upamecano to beat Neuer with the toe.

Eintracht capitalized on Kimmich’s poor pass to make it 3-0 in the 36th minute. Marmoush lanzó a Hugo Larsson and the Swede ‘invented’ a great goal: He broke Upamecano on his left foot and scored with his right hand. For the first time since 2004, according to ‘Misterchip’, Bayern were down 3-0 after 36 minutes.

Kimmich ‘redeemed’ himself with a big goal, 3-1, before the break. He received from Sané in front of him and nailed it into the corner, out of Trapp’s reach. It was a miracle. Tuchel’s changes at half-time -Laimer and Guerreiro go to Mazraoui and Davies- They have no desired effect.

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Another mistake, this time from Upamecano’s exit in the 50th minute, led to a score of 4-1 in the 50th minute. Farès Chaïbi launched Ebimbe into space and the former PSG player once again won the one-on-one against Neuer.

Choupo-Moting managed to close the gap in the 55th minute – he missed into an empty net after a ‘death pass’ from Coman – but What came was 5-1 for Eintracht in the 60th minute. With some suspense, yes. VAR threatened to annul it for offside … which it wasn’t. Götze filtered into space for Marmoush and Knauff took advantage of the autopasslong since the Egyptian, to mark.

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The goal from the former Borussia Dortmund player proves the ‘little hand’… and Bayern’s heaviest defeat in the League since November 2, 2019. It is, surprisingly, the

Deutsche Bank Park… against Eintracht Frankfurt (5-1) and means the dismissal of Niko Kovac. However, it seems that Thomas Tuchel is not in danger. At least, for now.