The match between Bayern Munich and VfB Stuttgart was intensely competitive

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The match between Bayern Munich and VfB Stuttgart

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was intensely competitive. Stuttgart alone has vigorously opposed the claim. Virtually no one expected the game to end in a tie because Bayern almost didn’t seem interested in winning.

In a game where so many players gave terrible performances,

it was fully deserved.

Bayern Munich – Stuttgart Played on 09/10/ 2022

Die Roten can’t always rely on their members’ individual talents to save them. The team must execute every move flawlessly in order to defeat Barcelona in the ensuing match. This includes showing urgency and emotion. If anything,

this performance presents a fairly gloomy picture.

Serhou Guirassy of VfB Stuttgart scored the equaliser in stoppage time from the penalty spot, resulting in a third straight Bundesliga draw for Bayern Munich.

With Mathys Tel’s opening goal in the 36th minute,

Bayern got the game off to a good start. In the first round of the German Cup,

the France youth international Tel, who started his first league game for Bayern at the age of 17 years and 136 days,

had already scored. After receiving a cutback from Alphonso Davies, he drilled in a low shot for his first league goal.

When his team lost its momentum in the second half due to Julian Nagelsmann’s heavy rotation following the 2-0 Champions League victory at Inter the previous week,

Stuttgart had more room to advance. They were rewarded when Chris Führich scored a close-range goal to tie the score in the 57th minute, but Bayern regained the lead three minutes later courtesy to another young player.

The 19-year-old Jamal Musiala, the former youngest league scorer for Bayern, quickly changed directions to elude his defender and floated a beautiful ball into the goal.Domenico Tedesco was fired by Rose this week after a poor start to the league campaign and a 4-1 Champions League defeat at home to Shakhtar Donetsk.

In the sixth minute, Orban headed in a corner, ending his short wait for a goal.

Timo Werner and Szoboszlai from Leipzig should have scored again before the Hungarian made apologies by scoring their second goal with a 25-yard rocket into the top corner just before halftime.

Following a poor start to the league campaign and a Champions League defeat at home to Shakhtar Donetsk by a score of 4-1, Rose took Domenico Tedesco’s position this week. Orban’s header from a corner in the sixth minute meant he didn’t have to wait long for a goal. Before the Hungarian made amends, drilling his team’s second goal with a 25-yard rocket into the top corner on the verge of halftime,

Leipzig should have added another goal through Timo Werner and Szoboszlai.

Bayern Munich has drawn three times in a row.

After this, most coaches would feel pressure, and Julian Nagelsmann is no different. The upcoming Barcelona match appears to be quite risky right now.
There is a mistake in Matthijs de Ligt, and it came to light today.

Given his defending tactics, the penalty that was conceded in the dying seconds was only a matter of time.
Awkward Serge Gnabry was. Saying that, if everyone is healthy,

he won’t be making his Barça debut.
Positives include: Both Mathys Tel and Noussair Mazraoui had strong starts, and they appear to be capable of performing well this year.
Really worrying is Bayern’s poor game management in the closing seconds.

After five games, Bayern Munich has managed to maintain its perfect record in the Bundesliga. The current Bundesliga champions will host VFB Stuttgart in their upcoming match. On Saturday at the Allianz Arena, Bayern Munich and VFB Stuttgart will face off.

Bayern Munich is currently in third place in the Bundesliga standings with 11 points after 5 games. In their most recent Bundesliga game against Union Berlin, the Bavarian giants had only managed to earn a point.

Serhou Guirassy of VfB Stuttgart scored the equaliser in stoppage time to tie the game at 2-2 on Saturday, the champion’s third straight Bundesliga draw.

The winner, who defeated Mainz 05 4-1, moves ahead of Hoffenheim on goal differential with 12 points. On Sunday, Freiburg, which is also on 12, will host Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Bayern has only itself to blame for not eliminating Stuttgart earlier, leaving coach Julian Nagelsmann to lament the wasted opportunity when Bayern meets Barcelona in the Champions League group stage the following week.

Bayern lost ground after a 2-2 draw with a weakened Stuttgart.


The coming of Stuttgart at the Allianz Arena seemed to be just what the champions needed after two straight draws.
No team in German football has a worse record against Bayern than Stuttgart, who are winless so far this season. Stuttgart played boldly from the get-go, while Bayern appeared out of sorts.
After midweek Champions League activity, Julian Nagelsmann changed up his lineup, and Mathys Tel became the youngest player to ever start a Bundesliga game for Bayern.
Alphonso Davies overcame a challenge down the left before firing a low cross into the net to give Tel the lead.

After a terrible Joshua Kimmich blunder, Stuttgart came close to having the ideal start to the second half by scoring. However, VAR stepped in to disqualify it for a very minor foul.
A few minutes later, the visitors did score an equaliser when Konstantinos Mavropanos intercepted a loose ball and squared for Chris Fuhrich, who was unable to miss.
Bayern were trembling, but Jamal Musiala’s magnificent solo goal brought them back.

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