Bayern Munich dominated Heidenheim in the first 45 minutes. It didn’t take them too much effort to get two goals, both scored by Harry Kane.
However, the drama of the match was heightened from the 67th minute. In just 3 minutes, the away team Heidenheim equalized two goals. Worth mentioning, in Jan-Niklas Beste’s goal, the Bayern Munich defender passed straight into the feet of the opposing attacker.
Awakened after two “slaps”, the Gray Tigers pushed the team higher to search for 3 points. With their class, they quickly regained the lead. In the 72nd minute, Raphaël Guerreiro increased the score to 3-2 with an accurate rebound. By minute 85, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting technically headed the ball into the far corner and ended the Bundesliga rookie’s hopes of getting a point.
Not as lucky as Bayern Munich, Dortmund received a reverse loss against Stuttgart. Accordingly, Niclas Füllkrug opened the score for Dortmund in the 36th minute, but they only maintained their advantage until the 42nd minute when Deniz Undav equalized.
In the 83rd minute, Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel fouled a Stuttgart player in the penalty area. Then Serhou Guirassy did not make any mistakes on the penalty spot, thereby completing Stuttgart’s impressive comeback.
Ngoa Long | 23:11 November 11, 2023