Bayern Munich” draw against and Stuttgart

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The encounter between Bayern Munich” and Stuttgart, which took place on Sunday at the Allianz Arena, finished in a 0-0 draw.

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Serge Gnabry (34′ 1T) and Thomas Müller (43′ 1T) scored the game’s goals for the locals

Tiago Tomás (7′ 1T) and Sasa Kalajdzic (6′ 2T) scored the away goals.

On the 33rd and penultimate day of the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich, already crowned

German champions, hosted VfB Stuttgart (16th), who needed to win to avoid relegation and

to ensure that they would not be a roadblock in the event of a win against Cologne next

weekend, combined with a defeat of Hertha Berlin (15th) against Borussia Dortmund. And it

all started out beautifully.

Indeed, the visitors scored right away, thanks to Tiago Tomas, a striker on loan from

Sporting Portugal, who scored his fourth goal (8th). While Bayern Munich managed to reclaim the lead with to goals from Serge Gnabry (35th) and Thomas Muller (44th), the Bavarians promptly joined in the scoring in the second half thanks to a goal from Sasa Kalajdzic ( 52nd). The two teams went their separate ways back to back as Stuttgart pressed hard and Coman was sent off late in the game.
Thomas Müller’s two shots missed the post, leaving the Bayern Munich midfielder empty-handed.
As well as
Sasa Kalajdzic had an outstanding performance. The Stuttgart striker sparkled with one goal and three kicks.
Robert Lewandowski was another guy who had a fantastic game. Six times, the Bayern Munich forward excelled.

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Bayern Munich” vs Stuttgart

Throughout the 90 minutes of the game, the process battled and fraught. Tanguy Nianzou, Atakan Karazor, Chris Führich, Tanguy Coulibaly, and Alphonso Davies were among those warned. Kingsley Coman was sent off in the 94th minute of the second half for a straight red card.
B. Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann showed a 4-5-1 formation with Manuel Neuer in goal, Benjamin Pavard, Tanguy Nianzou, Dayot Upamecano, and Alphonso Davies in the defensive line, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Müller, and Kingsley Coman in the midfield, and Robert Lewandowski in attack.

Certainly, Pellegrino Matarazzo’s side used a 3-6-1 formation, with Florian Müller in goal, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Waldemar Anton, and Hiroki Ito in defense, Tiago Tomás, Wataru Endo, Atakan Karazor, Borna Sosa, Omar Marmoush, and Chris Führich in midfield, and Sasa Kalajdzic in attack.
During the match, Deniz Aytekin was in charge of overseeing the order of play.
The following day, B. Munich will travel to Wolfsburg, while Stuttgart will host Cologne at home.
As a result, the home team leads the championship with 76 points, while the visitors are in sixteenth place with 30.

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