Bayern Munich retains the runner-up position

By dropping Hoffenheim, Bayern Munich retains the runner-up position.

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Today, Saturday, in the eleventh round of the German League, Hoffenheim is playing at

home and has scored two goals without reply.

Jamal Musiala and Chubu Moting scored the double for the Bavarian squad in the 17th and

38th minutes, respectively.

With one point separating them from the leaders, Union Berlin, and one fewer game played,

the win allowed Bayern to maintain second position.

Hoffenheim, on the other hand, had a balance of 18 points and was in sixth position.

Within three minutes, Janabry entered the area from the right side and launched the first

dangerous opportunity, but Oliver Baumann saved it with a diving save.

After receiving a corner kick, Goretzka touched the ball with his head to prepare it for

himself before Musiala got close to the goal, scoring Bayern’s goal with ease.

After the goal, the game really got going, and if it weren’t for Baumann’s quick thinking,

Goretzka almost solidified Bayern’s lead with a shot that was close to the net.

Goalkeeper Ulrich responded by stopping a strong shot from Rotter within the penalty area with his foot, preventing the hosts from tying the score.

Musyala and Koeman exchanged the ball within the penalty area, but he squandered the chance to build on the advancement by putting the ball in the back of the net from outside.
Before the first half was out, the visitors added a second goal thanks to a ball interchange between Gnabry and Chubu Moting. The latter then met his colleague’s cross with a direct touch into the goal.
Upamecano’s header presented the first risky opportunity of the second half, but his shot was easily stopped by the Hoffenheim goalie.
Due to the absence of both goals for the majority of the second half, the game remained peaceful.

In the minutes that followed, Bayern failed to put out a stronger effort, seemingly content with the victory despite Hoffenheim’s inability to seriously threaten their own goal.

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