Bayern quickly took the lead with Sadio Mane

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With goals from Leroy Sane, Jamal Musiala, Sadio Mane, Benjamin Pavard,

Serge Gnabry, and other Bayern Munich players,

the defending Bundesliga champions have won the DFL-Supercup.

Leipzig cut the deficit to 4-3 with to goals from Dani Olmo and Christopher Nkunku, but Bayern struck once more in extra time to secure the win at Red Bull Arena.

The 2022 DFL Supercup was won by Bayern Munich in a thrilling 5-3 victory over RB Leipzig in Leipzig.
After a lacklustre start,

Watch Mane winning goal with Bayern Munich against Leipzig!!!

Bayern quickly took the lead when new acquisition Sadio Mane was fouled in the box and Jamal Musiala found space to score on the 14th minute.


After 30 minutes, Serge Gnabry,

who had considered leaving Bayern before agreeing to an extension until 2026, set up £42 million man Mane for a goal at two.
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Musiala selected Benjamin Pavard to make it three just before halftime.
Before Gnabry scored shortly after the hour to restore the champions’ lead,

Marcel Halstenberg half-lowered the margin to two goals against them in the second half with a header that took Pavard’s deflection.


With 13 minutes left in the regular time period, Leipzig had a brief moment of optimism when Christopher Nkunku scored from the penalty spot.
Leroy Sane added a fifth goal for Bayern in stoppage time with a straightforward finish from close range, despite Dani Olmo’s late third giving Julian Nagelsmann’s team a scare.

The fact that RB Leipzig is still a selling club is an issue. Larger clubs will be able to grab their finest players even though they could be brilliant at it and can spot the next generation of talent to sign.
That includes Bayern, of course,

but the German champions have also shown skill in their own hiring,

and with their emphasis on youth,

they can afford to pursue already-proven stars like Sadio Mane while still investing in long-term development.


The result on Saturday

was an injustice to Leipzig because Bayern had been playing ruthlessly and their opponents were simply too careless with the ball to be considered title contenders right now.

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JAMAL MUSIALA WON MATCH OF THE MATCH (BAYERN MUNICH)


The adolescent appears to be an exciting athlete with lots of promise. He was present to score the first goal,

which was a composed strike in a crowded penalty area. For the second goal,

his quick through-ball allowed Serge Gnabry to set up an assist. For his third goal,

he strolled into the box and found Benjamin Pavard. He completely razed Leipzig in one half.

As Bayern Munich held off a late comeback from RB Leipzig to retain the German Supercup in a 5-3 thriller,

Sadio Mane scored his first goal in official club play.

Prior to Mane opening his Bayern account when Serge Gnabry squared for the former Liverpool player to slot home from close range,

Bayern’s Jamal Musiala scored the game’s first goal by dribbling past Peter Gulacsi.

Before Marcel Halstenberg scored with a header

to make it 3-1 just before halftime,

Benjamin Pavard made a third addition.

RB Leipzig had a slim chance after Christopher Nkunku’s successful penalty kick, but Gnabry restored Bayern’s three-goal advantage.

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In a dramatic conclusion,

Leroy Sane scored on the break late in extra time to give Bayern Munich a 5-3 lead with the game’s final kick after Dani Olmo had made it 3-4.

Bayern has now won the German Supercup 10 times,

and they have already raised the trophy for the third straight year.

As record scorer Robert Lewandowski left for FC Barcelona,

Sadio Mane, a former Liverpool star, made his debut for Bayern after joining in the off-season.

After Konrad Lainer lost the ball on the 14th minute,

Jamal Musiala pounced and gave the all-conquering Bundesliga champions the lead. Bayern had no trouble settling.

Following a through pass, the hosts appeared to have fought back a few minutes later through Christopher Nkunku,

but the play was ruled offside.

Instead, seconds after the half-hour mark,

Julian Nagelsmann’s team extended their lead when Serge Gnabry’s pass found Mane, who seized control and scored his first goal for his new team.

Benjamin Pavard blasted a ball from Musiala’s corner

kick into the bottom of the net to give Bayern a third just before halftime.

In the early minutes of the second half,

the Red Bulls made two substitutions: Andre Silva for Emil Forsberg and Dani Olmo in place of Kevin Kampl.

On the 59th minute,

Leipzig did manage to snag a lifeline as defender Marcel Halstenberg headed a corner kick past Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and into the back of the net.

In the encounter played at Leipzig’s Red Bull Arena,

the African Player of the Year, who left Liverpool after six years to transfer to Bavaria in the summer, also had two goals disallowed for offside.

The second goal of the German season opener for the Senegalese star’s squad came at the halfway point.

In order to free Serge Gnabry from the Leipzig offside trap and allow him to pass across the goal to Mane,

Jamal Musiala executed a flawless ball.

After star striker Robert Lewandowski left for Barcelona,

Bayern entered a new era. After 14 minutes, Musiala had defeated Leipzig’s Hungarian goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi to give Bayern the lead.

The brilliant Musiala was instrumental in Bayern’s third goal,

which was scored by French international Benjamin Pavard on the final play before halftime.

On the hour, Leipzig trimmed the deficit with a goal from Marcel Halstenberg,

but it only took Bayern five minutes to reestablish their three-goal lead.

Gulacsi barely managed to save half of Thomas Mueller’s attempt,

and Gnabry was the first to react to the loose ball to make the score 4-1.

Bayern Munich defeated RB Leipzig 5-3 on Saturday night to win the German Super Cup. Sadio Mane scored his first goal and won his first trophy in the process.
RB Leipzig defeated Bayern Munich 3-5
A long with Thomas Muller and Serge Gnabry, Sadio Mane started the game in attack, with fellow recent addition Matthijs de Ligt starting on the bench.
The highly regarded Jamal Musiala scored the game’s first goal in the 14th minute with a low effort into the far corner, giving the Bavarians the perfect start.

For the revamped Bayern Munich, Sadio Mane scored on his professional debut to help them defeat RB Leipzig 5-3 and win the German Super Cup.

After Leipzig failed to clear a corner on minute 14 and Bayern went ahead, German teenager Jamal Musiala fired Bayern ahead on Saturday.

On the hour, former Liverpool striker Mane scored off a feed from Serge Gnabry as the Bavarians rapidly adapted to life without their new Barcelona acquisition Robert Lewandowski.

Before the half, Benjamin Pavard made it three.

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