Bayern 2-1 Mgladbach: Goretzka’s late winner almost sealed title

Bayern 2-1 Mgladbach Goretzka's late winner almost sealed title
Bayern 2-1 Mgladbach Goretzka's late winner almost sealed title

Bayern Munich have almost secured the Bundesliga title when they beat Borussia Mönchengladbach 2-1 in an important return-leg match in Allianz Arena.

Bayern Munich had four changes from the last match against Bayer Leverkusen. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller were suspended with Ivan Perisic and Joshua Zirkzee coming in. Kingsley Koman and Alphonso Davies are also rested for this match. Lucas Hernandez played as left back in place of Davies in this game. It can be remember, apart from defensive duties Davies scored couple of goals in last few matches.

Just divine change today form Marcal Rose and it’s an enforced one the suspended Alan sleep gear is out and replaced by Christopher grandma. Who drops into holding a big field with Florian nudists and a juniors Hoffman either side of him. Patrick Herman lost Stindl and Marcus Thuram lead the falls attack at the Allens arena

Bayern vs Mgladbach – Goals

Teenage striker Joshua Zirkzee had put Bayern ahead when he intecepted a ball from Sommer, and made a simple placement at the back of the net.

Benjamin Pavard scored an own goal, when he made an apttempt of sliding intercept in front of Bayern goal. He almost corrected, when he crossed a superb assist at 88th minute of the match. Goretzka made no mistake. The goal not only ensured an win, it placed the Munich side on the verge of their 30th title win.

Hansi Flick’s side will win the title, if they beat Werder Bremen in their next outing on Tuesday. Gladbach stay in the final Champions League place despite the late loss – but they have now won just one of their last five.

Bayern Munich – Starting Eleven

1-Neuer, 5-Pavard, 17-Boateng, 27-Alaba, 21-Hernández (Davies 62′), 32-Kimmich, 18-Goretzka, 22-Gnabry, 11-Cuisance(Comanat 62′), 14-Perisic(Martínez Aguinaga 88′), 35-Zirkzee (Wriedtat 77′)

Bayern Munich – Substitutes

2-Odriozola, 8-Aguinaga, 19-Davies, 26-Ulreich, 28-Singh, 29-Coman, 34-Batista Meier, 38-Wriedt, 42-Musiala

Borussia Mgladbach – Starting Eleven

1-Sommer, 18-Lainer <Booked at 69′>, 28-Ginter, 30-Elvedi (Jantschkeat 45′), 25Bensebaini <Booked at 45>, 32-Neuhaus, 6-Kramer, 7-Herrmann (Wendtat 70′), 13Stindl, 23Hofmann, 10Thuram (Emboloat 10′, Bénesat 83′))

Borussia Mgladbach – Substitutes

4-Doucouré, 16-Traoré, 17Wendt, 21-Sippel, 22-Bénes, 24-Jantschke, 26-Müsel, 27-Quizera, 36-Embolo