Bayern! were a continuous threat before the opening goal

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Bayern were a continuous threat before the opening goal. Sadio Mane twice poked in from close range but had two goals disallowed for offside,

Leroy Sane, a forward for Bayern Munich,

scored a late equaliser to help the German Bundesliga champions

tie Borussia Moenchengladbach 1-1

at home and preserve their unbeaten start to the season

after it was seriously threatened on Saturday.

Sane’s strike

was deflected into the bottom corner by the excellent Yann Sommer

in the Gladbach goal in the 83rd minute,

Bayern Munich Monchengladbach goals

rewarding Bayern for their tireless chase of a leveller

after missing several opportunities and being held at bay.

For the German champions, Sadio Mane had two goals disallowed for offside.

Marcus Thuram sprinted

through from the halfway line following a Dayot Upamecano error to score Gladbach’s lone goal of the first half.

On Jamal Musiala’s ball,

Sane ultimately scored into the bottom corner.

Bayern had taken 25 shots overall,

with 15 of those being on goal.

They also had opportunities to win the game,

and Sommer’s stop of Benjamin Pavard in stoppage time was his 19th of the contest.

Marcus Thuram, who had previously scored six goals across all competitions for Moenchengladbach,

gave the visitors the lead in the 43rd minute when he slid the ball past Bayern goalkeeper Dayot Upamecano.

Sane missed two opportunities before the new signing,

and Bayern were a continuous threat before the opening goal. Sadio Mane twice poked in from close range but had two goals disallowed for offside,

much to the chagrin of the home crowd.

Bayern were a continuous threat before the opening goal. Sadio Mane twice poked in from close range but had two goals disallowed for offside,

much to the chagrin of the home crowd.

Prior to Sane’s goal,

Julian Nagelsmann’s team struggled to overcome Gladbach. They entered the match fresh off a 7-0 thrashing of VfL Bochum,

giving them three victories in their first three games of the season.

Leroy Sane’s goal seven minutes from time rescues Julian Nagelsmann’s team as Bayern Munich tie Borussia Monchengladbach at 1-1.


Leroy Sane, a forward for Bayern Munich,

scored a late equaliser to help the German Bundesliga champions tie Borussia Moenchengladbach 1-1

at home and preserve their unbeaten start to the season after it was seriously threatened on Saturday.

Bayern

Sane’s strike was deflected into the bottom corner by the excellent Yann Sommer in the Gladbach goal in the 83rd minute,

Mikel Arteta,

Marcus Thuram, who had previously scored six goals across all competitions for Moenchengladbach,

gave the visitors the lead in the 43rd minute when he slid the ball past Bayern goalkeeper Dayot Upamecano.

Leroy Sane’s late equaliser helped Bayern Munich draw 1-1 with Borussia Moenchengladbach at home,

maintaining their unbeaten start to the season after it was seriously threatened on Saturday. Despite struggling to score,

Bayern Munich had to settle for a draw.

Sane’s strike was deflected into the bottom corner by the excellent Yann Sommer in the Gladbach goal in the 83rd minute,

rewarding Bayern for their tireless chase of a leveller after missing several opportunities and being held at bay.

Bayern

Sane missed two opportunities,

and Bayern were a continuous threat before the opening goal. It was a bad day for the AFCON as Sadio Mane had two of his goals disallowed for offside after tapping in from close range twice,

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to to the chagrin of the home crowd.

Prior to Sane’s goal,

Julian Nagelsmann’s team struggled to overcome Gladbach. They entered the match fresh off a 7-0 thrashing of VfL Bochum,

giving them three victories in their first three games of the season.

Goalkeeper Yann Sommer of Borussia Monchengladbach set a Bundesliga record with 19 saves,

but Bayern Munich’s Leroy Sane eventually defeated him in a thrilling tie.
For the German champions,

Sadio Mane had two goals disallowed for offside.
Marcus Thuram sprinted through from the halfway line following a Dayot Upamecano error to score Gladbach’s lone goal of the first half.


Mikel Arteta,
, On Jamal Musiala’s ball,

Sane ultimately scored into the bottom corner.
Bayern had taken 25 shots overall,

with 15 of those being on goal.

They also had opportunities to win the game,

and Sommer’s stop of Benjamin Pavard in stoppage time was his 19th of the contest.

Earlier this year,

Alexander Schwolow set the previous Bundesliga record for saves with 14 for Hamburg,

also against Bayern,

in a 4-1 loss for his team.

Leroy Sane’s late equaliser at the Allianz Arena on Saturday saved Bayern Munich from the embarrassment of a rare home loss to Borussia Monchengladbach.

Mikel Arteta,

Bayern had a hot start to the 2022–23 Bundesliga season,

scoring an average of five goals per game in their first three games and seven goals against Bochum last time out.

However,

despite dominating possession and pelting Yann Sommer’s goals with shots (Bayern mustered 33 total efforts in 90 minutes, an astounding 20 of which were on target), Gladbach almost pulled off a smash and grab.

Marcus Thuram’s goal in the last seconds of the first half gave Gladbach the lead,

nevertheless. Gladbach made a rapid breakaway,

and the Frenchman was quick enough to keep pace with his countryman Dayot Upamecano and maintain his calm to pass Manuel Neuer.

Despite their best efforts,

Bayern was unable to find a way to level the score,

and it appeared that the defending Bundesliga champions were in for “one of those days.

But with seven minutes remaining,

Gladbach’s defence finally gave way. In the packed box, Alphonso Davies cut inside from the left and found Jamal Musiala,

who then passed the ball to Leroy Sane by the penalty spot for a first-time finish that caught Sommer off guard.

Bayern continues to lead the Bundesliga standings after surrendering points for the first time this season. However,

after Union Berlin’s thumping of Schalke,

they are now tied with them on 10 points.

Bayern Munich’s unbeaten start to the Bundesliga season came to an end when Borussia Monchengladbach held them to a painful 1-1 draw at home.

The champions had previously been on fire in 2022–23,

scoring 15 goals across three victories,

but on Saturday,

Gladbach goalkeeper Yann Sommer put up a strong fight against them.

The first two goals scored by Sadio Mane for Julian Nagelsmann’s team in the first half were ruled off before Marcus Thuram capitalised on Dayot Upamecano’s error to appear to have won the match.

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