Bayern Munich got off to the ideal start with Frankfurt

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Bayern Munich Beat Frankfurt 6-1 Further Underlining Their Bundesliga Dominance

The 2022–23 Bundesliga season for Bayern Munich got off to the ideal start. In front of a packed house at the Deutsche Bank Arena, t

he Rekordmeister defeated Europa League champion Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1. Although Bayern’s season got off to a fantastic start,

the competitiveness of the Bundesliga is once again being questioned.

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Bayern’s dominance, in fact, was apparent within minutes of the game. Within five minutes, Joshua Kimmich opened the scoring with a brilliant freekick that,

according to the AWS stats, makers only had a 4% goalscoring probability.

A rout was inevitable after that goal.

Bayern led 5-0 at the break thanks to goals from Benjamin Pavard (11′),

Sadio Mané (29′), Jamal Musiala (35′),

and Serge Gnabry (43′). Since the second half had no significance,

head coach Julian Nagelsmann was able to introduce highly anticipated player Mathys Tel for the last few minutes of play.

The 2022–23 Bundesliga season for Bayern Munich got off to the ideal start. In front of a packed house at the Deutsche Bank Arena,

the Rekordmeister defeated Europa League champion Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1. Although Bayern’s season got off to a fantastic start, the competitiveness of the Bundesliga is once again being questioned.

In the opening 45 minutes of last Saturday’s DFL Supercup match against Leipzig, Bayern also dominated. In that game,

Leipzig came close to mounting a comeback but fell short in the last five minutes to level.

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The result today and the score at halftime in Leipzig will add fuel to the fire for those who are criticising the Bundesliga‘s level of competition. Indeed, Bayern seems unbeatable this season despite or perhaps because of the loss of Robert Lewandowski.

The first five goals were scored by five different players,

and Musiala was the only one to score twice. The Gnabry and Mané attack has put an end to those who believed the Polish striker could not be replaced. The Bundesliga title is virtually incidental given that the Rekordmeister

has assembled a team that will contend for the Champions League and appears more dangerous than ever.

“Bayern had every right to win, according to Oliver Glasner, the head coach of Eintracht Frankfurt. “After giving up two goals so quickly,

we lost our composure. Bayern made the most of the room we granted them. We were simply unable to keep up with their pace.

Now we have a chance to do better on Wednesday against Real Madrid.”

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“Oliver Glasner, the head coach of Eintracht Frankfurt,

declared after the game that Bayern had earned their victory. “After giving up two goals so quickly, we lost our cool. Bayern made good use of the room we gave them. Their pace simply overpowered us. Now we have a chance to do better on Wednesday when we play Real Madrid.”

But there is a downside to such power. The Bundesliga has been putting in a lot of effort to gain more awareness abroad.

Oliver Kahn, the CEO of Bayern, and Andreas Jung, a member of the executive board, have recently asked other German teams to travel abroad to promote the league.

However, this kind of strength has a drawback. The Bundesliga has been working hard to increase its visibility internationally.

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Other German teams have recently been requested to travel abroad to advertise the league by Oliver Kahn, the CEO of Bayern,

and Andreas Jung, a member of the executive board.

Champions In the opening Bundesliga game of the year on Friday, Bayern Munich racked up five goals against the hopeless Eintracht Frankfurt.

With new signing Sadio Mane scoring, the Bavarians,

who are aiming for their 11th straight league title, overwhelmed the Europa League champions,

who will play Real Madrid in the Super Cup the following week.

Five different players scored in a scorching first half, with Joshua Kimmich’s acrobatic free kick that went in off the post opening the scoring in the fifth minute. Mane, who also scored in last week’s German Super Cup victory over RB Leipzig, was one of those scorers.

Two minutes before halftime, Gnabry also scored, dispelling any concerns that Bayern may struggle offensively without striker Robert Lewandowski, who left for Barcelona.

The Champions League-bound Eintracht were more animated after the break as Bayern relaxed, and they capitalised on Manuel Neuer’s mistake outside the area to score through Randal Kolo Muani in the 64th minute.

In the 6-1 victory at Eintracht Frankfurt to start the 2022/23 Bundesliga season, Jamal Musiala was the star of the show, much like in Bayern Munich’s 5-3 victory over RB Leipzig in the DFL-Supercup. According to WhoScored, he not only scored Bayern’s third and sixth goals, but he also had the most successful dribbles of any player on the field. He had excellent linkup play up front with Thomas Müller, Serge Gnabry, and Sadio Mane. He was excellent on the turn in confined spaces.

Bayern Munich defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1, and Jamal Musiala was pleased with both his team’s and his own performances.

Musiala stated in a post-game interview that they aimed to play with the same vigour as they did less than a week prior in Leipzig. He stated, “We wanted to play with the same enthusiasm” (tz). Müller interrupted him during the post-game interview by making a joke about buying Musiala in the computer game Football Manager. “The manager game is beyond my comprehension, but he meant something by’sell’. In overall, we performed extremely well and played well against Leipzig, and that’s how we intended to play,” continued Musiala.

In the opening game of the Bundesliga season on Friday, Sadio Mane scored as champions Bayern Munich defeated Eintracht Frankfurt with five goals in the first half.

With new recruit Mane scoring, the Bavarians, who are aiming for their 11th straight league title, dominated the Europa League champions, who will play Real Madrid in the Super Cup the following week.

Five different players scored in a scorching first half, with Joshua Kimmich’s spectacular free-kick that went in off the post opening the scoring in the fifth minute. Mane, who also scored in last week’s German Super Cup victory over RB Leipzig, was one of those scorers.

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