Bayern Munich has repelled the attack by Borussia Dortmund. After the 3: 2 victory in the league summit of the German record champion has four points ahead of the pursuers.

The player of the series champion Bayern Munich could be after her victory in the high-class League summit celebrating by their fans.

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Felix Player left at the same time by two screens protected the square. The wrath of the BVB fans depended on the unfortunate 2: 3 (1: 2) defeat against the referees.

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His penalty decision after a handball by Jonah Mats Hummels was responsible for the decision in the crunch match. Robert Lewandowski turned ice-cold (77) and gave the German record champions with three games before the end of the first round again four points ahead of the pursuers.

Zeus criticized Player: Both scenes were fifty-fifty

I find that hard, BVB captain Marco Reus said after studying the TV footage in Sky. In the game itself, he did not see the scene. He himself says fifty-. It was an incredibly wild game : We always had the feeling that we can win It is therefore doubly bitter that we have so lost.

Zeus would have liked to get a penalty himself after a challenge with Lucas Hernández. I asked him, my scene was but even fifty-. As he says, that was just a little upper body, the German international said.

Müller praises: Combative we were there

Julian Brandt (5th) and Erlang Haaland (48) had at least leave Dortmund hoping for a point. Lewandowski (9) and Kingsley Coman (44th) scored before the break for the guests at the seventh competitive match win in a row against arch-rivals. In the first half we have to carry almost higher in the second I’m not sure if we deserved it playfully to win. But combative we were there, Thomas Mueller said.

Start-up time required, the top game in front of 15,000 spectators none. Jew Bellingham sat Brandt effectively showcase the international offset skillfully Alphonso Davies and met for the early lead.

But unlike the cup exit in Mönchengladbach, guests shook briefly and fought back in the intense encounter. After a mistake by Hummel’s Müller claimed the ball and hung up for Lewandowski, the Pole had the chance freely in front of BVB goalkeeper Gregory Nobel not escape. It was Lewandowski’s 25th goal against his former club.

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Munich got by balancing the upper hand. In the first half only difficult to control by the BVB defense Leroy Sané pulled tight (12).

Bavaria now had a lot of possession, BVB watching for opportunities for his dreaded Umschaltspiel. But the error made initially Dortmund. After a bad pass by Eyre Can in his own penalty Woman made the wrong decision (23), three minutes later the Frenchman failed to Nobel.

It was more properly fire in the game. Zeus sent Haaland on the trip, the Norwegian Jewel storm pulled at his starting return after a long injury lay-off just (29). Haaland did the offensive game of BVB with his power and presence but well, this also resulted rooms for his supporting people.

However, the lead before the break, scored the guests. Raphael Guerrero shot Hummel’s in his own penalty area, he bounced the ball to Woman, who scored a slight deflection.

VAR eddy: Rose flies Lewandowski cool

The second half began as rapidly as the first had ended. After a mistake by day upamecano Haaland curled the ball home to make it worth a net. It was his 51st goal in 51 league game.

The fans whipped BVB now clamoring forward. The duels were becoming more intense, there was pure excitement. Commander failed in this phase Nobel (57).

BVB coach Marco Rose was an hour longer and brought forward Donnell times for Mahmoud Aloud. Also, Nagelsmann changed with Serge Gnabry and Jamal Musial a fresh staff. After an unfortunate collision with Upamecano Brandt was carried off the field.

After handball by Hummel’s to VAR Tobias Well turned on. The penalty transformed Lewandowski. It was his 118th away goal in the Bundesliga. He surpassed the old record holder Klaus Fischer. Rose protested vehemently and saw the second yellow card of Player.