6th matchday: Late penalty throws Bayern into a result crisis

6th matchday
Late penalty throws Bayern into a crisis of results

Mathys Tel celebrates after his goal to make it 1-0 for Bayern.  Photo: Peter Kneffel/dpa

Mathys Tel celebrates after his goal to make it 1-0 for Bayern. photo

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Things are no longer going well for Bayern in the Bundesliga. The teenage goals of Mathys Tel and Jamal Musiala were not enough in the 2-2 win against a jubilant Stuttgarter.

FC Bayern Munich is finally in the Bundesliga before the big Champions League evening against FC Barcelona and Robert Lewandowski earnings crisis slid. The German series champions did not get more than 2: 2 (1: 0) against VfB Stuttgart on Saturday.

It was the third draw in a row. At least until Sunday evening, the Munich solved the Sc freiburg still at the top again - but that didn't cause any joy in the sold-out Allianz Arena. Only the VfB fans celebrated there among the 75,000 spectators.

The teenagers Mathys Tel (36th minute) and Jamal Musiala (60th) brought the Bavaria twice in the lead. Substitute Chris Führich (57th) equalized for the courageous Stuttgart team. And in stoppage time, new signing Serhou Guirassy nervously converted a penalty kick he was responsible for and awarded after video evidence. The center forward had previously shot the bar with a crash (74th minute). In addition, VfB was denied a goal by Guirassy after video evidence (51st). Führich had tugged slightly on the national player's shirt before his pass when he won the ball in a duel with Joshua Kimmich.

Bayern, who made six changes compared to the 2-0 win at Inter Milan by coach Julian Nagelsmann, never really managed to switch from the top league to everyday Bundesliga life. Much remained patchwork and hard work. the one with Musiala, Gnabry and Talent Tel newly formed offensive without Sadio Mané, Leroy Sané and the injured Kingsley Coman had to coordinate running and passing paths.

Signed from Stade Rennes for around 20 million euros, Frenchman Tel became the youngest goalscorer in Bayern's league history at the age of 17 years and 136 days.

The previous record holder Musiala (19), who was about three months older when he scored the first goal, scored again. After the national player before the 1:1 of the guests guide had lost the ball with serious consequences, he made up for the mistake just three minutes later. With a body trick, he relocated opponent Atakan Karazor and finished well placed.

Released by Musiala, Serge Gnabry missed the great chance to make it 3-1 when he was denied by the strong VfB goalkeeper Florian Müller. The Stuttgarters never gave up and deserved the point.


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