FC Bayern Munich defeats VfL Wolfsburg with Niko Kovac in Bundesliga

FC Bayern Munich defeats VfL Wolfsburg with Niko Kovac in Bundesliga

Bayern insider Niko Kovac was unable to prevent the Meister-Express around Thomas Müller from steaming to the next victory on his return to Munich. The series champions had to settle for a well-deserved 2-0 (2-0) against VfL Wolfsburg, who were coached by their former coach, on Sunday in the Bundesliga. Bayern’s new signing Sadio Mané was annoyed that the video assistant denied him two goals for offside.

After the second matchday only Borussia Dortmund is tied with the leaders on points. For Wolfsburg, on the other hand, it remains the same: Even in the 26th attempt, there was no victory Munich.

Young star Jamal Musiala started in front of 75,000 spectators with his third goal of the season (33rd minute). The leader demoted by Kovac to an “emergency nail” during his time as Bayern coach miller showed it to his former boss before the break with his goal to make it 2-0 (43rd), which he cheered with raised fists.

In the new Schafkopf jersey for the Champions League, the Bayern aces could no longer gamble with their opponents so easily after the break. The Wolfsburg, where the substitute Max Kruse remained pale, defended themselves properly. Leroy Sané, who came for Serge Gnabry and visibly tried hard, forced the good Koen Casteels to parade twice in the VfL goal. And Mané narrowly missed making it 3-0 with a header (69′).

Of course, Kovac still knew from his time at Bayern that there was no point in playing an opponent in Munich. He aligned his team quite courageously. In the first few minutes, the Munich defenders had to Dayot Upamecano, Lucas Hernández and Alphonso Davies clear it in their own penalty area. “We got into the game well, had a good grip, were bilious, but didn’t take advantage of it,” commented VfL sports director Marcel Schäfer at DAZN during the break.

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