Saturday, February 25, 2017

Bayern München Vs Hamburger SV 8-0


Bayern Munich could not start the season better. The Bavarians won the first day of the Bundesliga, and with the way.

Bundesliga - Round 1

Allianz-Arena Stadium

Mehdi Benatia (27th), Robert Lewandowski (53rd), Thomas Müller (69th, 73rd) and Douglas Costa (87th)

Bayern Munich could not start the season better. After a perfect match, the Bavarians won without a blow (5-0) against a team from Hamburg who quickly dropped their weapons.

The game's character is true to what could be expected: Bayern Munich dominates the match with its game of possession when Hamburg chooses to defend its half of the field in order to take advantage of the counters that they could obtain. From then on, the Bavarians sought depth. Problem: In the defensive phase, Hamburg takes the utmost care to preserve the sides. In other words, if Bayern manages to score quickly, the harder will be made. And this dominance will come to fruition not in the game but on stopped kick. Xabi Alonso's spurious free-kick, the Spaniard found Medhi Benatia who opened the scoring for the lead (27th). At the end of 37 minutes of play, Bayern Munich fired 8 goals against once for the men of Bruno Labbadia. Prudent but dominating, Bayern leads the break.

Douglas Costa, decisive passer and scorer

As usual, Bayern is in every way in control of his opponent while in his side, Hamburg shows signs of nervousness. So much so that the beginning of the second period, Robert Lewandowski doubles the stake thanks to a confusion of the opposing defense (Lewis Holty). Opportunist, the Polish does not pray to open his right foot and deceive Adler (2-0, 53rd). The rest of the meeting is confined to the recital. The left-back pass from Douglas Costa in the right corridor, and after a counterattack played by the Bayern striker, scored the third goal (69th) after a one-touch stroke. The action is sublime. In the minutes that followed, Müller, well served by Lewandowski, crooked Adler before scoring (4-0, 73 '). Douglas Costa, sparkling and in every blow, closes the mark of a beautiful strike wrapped left after a sequence to three. (87th). Bayern Munich's 5-0 win. As in 2012, Bayern won their first game of the season.