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Tottenham-Bayern UEFA Champions League 2019/20Nächste Runde; Europa League. Mittwoch, Bayern München · Bayern · Bayern München · · Tottenham Hotspur. Gegen ein B-Team von Tottenham Hotspur hat Bayern München den sechsten Sieg im sechsten Gruppenspiel der Champions League. Alle Sky Konferenzen der UEFA Champions League live.
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Lewandowski, already the scorer of 10 goals in six Bundesliga games this season, turned sharply and finished smartly to put Bayern in front just before halftime.
Gnabry then got off the mark in the 53rd after going past a number of Spurs defenders, adding another within two minutes. Harry Kane pulled one back from the penalty spot in the 61st after Kingsley Coman was penalized for a foul on Danny Rose.
It was the biggest margin of defeat suffered at home by an English team in European competition, and the fist time any had conceded seven goals since Spurs lost at Cologne in the Intertoto Cup in A fantastic pass from Kane to Aurier sends the full-back down the right wing.
He plays the ball inside to Ndombele who shoots at goal, but Neuer is on hand to save again. He has been Bayern's best player so far.
The Bayern forward is penalised after pulling down Winks. The first mistake of the game from him. Bayern just a yard off the pace so far, with Tottenham enjoying most of the possession in the game.
Spurs are pressing the Bayern defence well and forcing some mistakes. Son has a shot from distance which forces Neuer into a save. It's the South Korean's fourth attempt on goal already.
Ali's dinked ball over the Bayern defence is latched onto by Kane. He rounds Neuer and goes for goal, but Alaba gets on the line to clear it away.
This has been an incredible game in the opening 20 minutes. What a strike from Joshua Kimmich. He controls the ball on the edge of the Spurs box, skips the ball past Ndombele and smashes across goal into the far bottom corner.
An outstanding strike from the midfielder to bring Bayern level. Tolisso thought he had been fouled as he cleared the ball, but the referee waves play on.
Sissoko plays in Son and the former Leverkusen and Hamburg forward puts the ball past Neuer. The Tottenham right-back sees the ball cleared away from in front of him by Alaba, and the Ivorian appeared to stamp on the Bayern full-back.
Nothing given by the referee or VAR, though. It's been an intense start to the game with both sides pressing the ball hard.
Both sides are also looking to keep possession and push forward quickly. Providing an end-to-end game so far. Great fun to watch.
The first chance for the hosts as Ndombele plays Son in on goal. He goes first-time on his left, but Neuer stays big and parries the ball away.
A great save from the Bayern No. The German forward is away on goal with Alderweireld trying to catch him.
The defender can't keep up and Gnabry gets a shot away on goal, but Lloris makes a big save to deny him. Caoimhin Kelleher , deputising for Alisson, did a fine job and Curtis Jones again showed that he deserves to be part of the rotation in midfield.
On top of that, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita both came off the bench and one step closer to full fitness. Wolves without Jimenez are obviously a different proposition, but to be able to sit jointly atop the Premier League despite the injury crisis and to find that guys who looked destined to be squad players Kelleher and Jones, sure, but also Diogo Jota can be key contributors too has to be beyond even Klopp's expectations.
Ale Moreno says Barcelona's players are finding ways to give results away against lesser opponents too often. Saturday's game against Cadiz might have felt like the perfect opportunity for Ronald Koeman to try something new with his Barcelona team.
A newly promoted opponent albeit one that had already beaten Real Madrid , a de facto empty Champions League game in midweek Juventus would have to beat them by four goals at the Camp Nou to take first place in the group Koeman's plan was wrecked by two grotesque defensive errors that led to Cadiz's two goals in the defeat.
Oscar Mingueza is a kid, and you don't want to be too hard on him especially since you need him right now , but that header back towards his own goal was horrendous.
And goodness knows what the trio of Jordi Alba , Clement Lenglet and Marc-Andre ter Stegen were thinking when they compounded each other's mistakes.
More worrying though -- as individual mistakes can happen -- is the inability to again break down a deep-lying, well-organised defense.
Barcelona's futility in that department has little to do with the foibles at the back, and it feels like two baby steps forwards, one giant step back.
Gab Marcotti outlines the importance AC Milan's win vs. Sampdoria had with Zlatan Ibrahimovic absent.
Milan showed once more that they are not dependent on Zlatan Ibrahimovic: he's just a guy who makes them better.
Stefano Pioli's young team never lost composure against a Sampdoria side that set up to defend, eventually coming out winners and maintaining their five-point lead at the top of Serie A.
When Zlatan does return very soon , he'll find a group that complements him rather than one that depends on him. Jan Aage Fjortoft reacts to Borussia Dortmund's draw vs.
Eintracht Frankfurt without Erling Haaland. It's rather absurd that we treat a month-long injury to a year-old kid, with 23 league appearances under his belt, as a threat capable of derailing a club's title ambitions.
But when that kid is Erling Haaland and he has scored 23 goals in those 23 appearances plus another eight in six Champions League outings , and when you're Borussia Dortmund and consistency isn't really your thing Against Eintracht Frankfurt , Lucien Favre dealt with Haaland's absence by dusting off his "false nine" set-up with Julian Brandt up front.
It produced little and left them a goal down at half-time, so he threw on year-old Youssoufa Moukoko up front. Business picked up, Gio Reyna scored a brilliant equalizer and Favre said afterwards he was pleased with the draw.
Favre had a bunch of injuries beyond Haaland and is dealing with a number of half-fit players. Consider those mitigating circumstances; that said, Dortmund's inability to produce without a genuine center-forward is worrying.
This is the point in time when the many gifted youngsters -- above all, Reyna and Sancho -- who were maybe a bit overshadowed in terms of hype and media coverage by Haaland's arrival have a change to impose themselves.
You can point to Saturday's win at West Ham and note that they've won five straight away games in the Premier League this season -- actually nine straight, going back to last year -- and that if they win their game in hand, they go joint-third in the table, two points off the top.
Or you can point to the fact that they were woeful in the first half against West Ham and could easily have been down.
And that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would much rather not have been forced to call in the cavalry in the form of Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford especially not now that Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial are both ruled out.
A better indicator might be how often Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gets a solid, minute performance from whatever team he puts out, regardless of the result.
He did it against Southampton despite the deficit , he did it again RB Leipzig in the Champions League, he's done it a few other times, too.
It needs to happen more regularly. Zinedine Zidane's future may yet hinge on what happens in the Champions League midweek and in the Madrid derby next weekend.
But his Real Madrid side decisively cleared the first hurdle against Sevilla on Saturday. Never mind the fact that it finished , or that the goal came thanks to a goalkeeping blunder.
They looked poised and confident, and created a half dozen clear-cut chances against Julen Lopetegui's side who, to be fair, looked hungover from the pasting they took against Chelsea in the Champions League.
Casemiro's return in midfield was big, but just as important was the disciplined, hard-working performance Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo provided alongside Karim Benzema up front.
It could all go up in smoke on Tuesday, of course, but for now, signs are good Inter bounced back with a convincing and composed win over Bologna that featured another top-notch performance from Romelu Lukaku and two goals from Achraf Hakimi , who is beginning to settle in nicely in Antonio Conte's set-up.
Conte could simply have basked in that afterglow; instead, he created controversy out of nothing by sending Christian Eriksen on in injury time.
In Italy -- and not just in Italy -- substituting in a star player or, at least, one banking star player wages to waste time when you're up by two goals is seen as a humiliation.
You're not going to learn anything about them, they won't make a difference and, unless they're on some sort of appearance-related bonus, they won't thank you for it.
Maybe this is some sort of Conte psychology to try to get Eriksen back to form. If so, it's curious, given the club have all but said he can leave in January.
Maybe it's a master plan so the media will focus on the Conte-Eriksen relationship rather than building pressure ahead of Inter's must-win clash with Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League.
Then Moise Kean came to the rescue with a tremendous solo effort, and Mbappe added his th goal for PSG in injury time to seal a win.
Indeed, Lewandowski has scored 14 goals in 10 games in all competitions for Bayern this season, more than any other player in the big five European leagues.
Spurs travel to Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League on Saturday in desperate need of an immediate response to this embarrassment.
Bundesliga champions Bayern host Hoffenheim the same day. Tottenham Hotspur TOT. Bayern München FCB.
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