We are Sure Bet News BTC famous casinos not on gamstop reviews
News from around the world

Harry Kane Scores In Bayern Munich Victory Against Manchester United


Bayern Munich defeated a struggling Manchester United 4-3 on Wednesday, scoring twice in the first four minutes of the game to put them atop Group A of the Champions League.

Despite some shoddy defending at times, the hosts maintained control throughout and prevailed in a seven-goal avalanche, three of which came in the closing few seconds.

Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry’s goals in the 28th and 32nd minutes placed the hosts comfortably in control. Rasmus Hojlund’s deflected shot in the 49th minute gave injury-plagued United, who have now dropped their previous three games, a chance to respond.

A Harry Kane penalty following a handball by Christian Eriksen restored Bayern’s two-goal lead before the game was concluded with a flurry of late goals four minutes later.

Casemiro scored from close range in the 88th minute, but Bayern’s replacement Mathys Tel scored again in stoppage time. Casemiro then headed in another goal for United in the game’s last play.

For the first time since December 1978, United has now given up three goals or more in three straight games after losing 3-1 to both Brighton & Hove Albion and Arsenal.

However, the visitors had a promising start, with Eriksen coming agonizingly close in the fourth minute as Sven Ulreich of Bayern Munich blocked his attempt.

Bayern took the lead thanks to a gaffe by United goalkeeper André Onana, who let Sane’s soft shot slide past him and into the goal after misjudging it.

With Thomas Tuchel’s one-match suspension from last season still in effect and his assistant Zsolt Loew sitting on the sidelines, Bayern scored again, this time through Jamal Musiala’s excellent solo run.

After a fast United passing move, Hojlund’s deflected shot four minutes later gave them some optimism, but Bayern promptly put an end to it with Kane’s penalty in the 53rd.

“Disappointed because we should stay in the game,” said United coach Erik ten Hag. “If you score three goals at Bayern Munich you have to take a point.

“We are in a period, a lot is going against us. We have to make our own luck. We’ve played great teams in the last three games.”

Casemiro first hooked the ball in from close range before heading their third goal in stoppage time after falling to the ground in the 88th minute, just seconds after Bayern replacement Tel had fired the ball into the roof of the net.

The hosts, who are currently unbeaten in their past 28 home games during the Champions League group stage, also hit the woodwork in the second half through Sane and Thomas Müller.

Related posts

Delta Air Lines Faces Flight Disruptions and Federal Investigation


Elon Musk Speaks Out Against Child Gender Transition, Shares Personal Story About His Estranged Transgender Child


Tesla Reports Mixed Q2 Results, Delays Robotaxi Unveiling


President Biden Recovers from COVID-19, Plans to Address Nation on Political Future


Maxwell Frost Denounces ‘Racist Dog Whistles’ as DEI Debates Extend to Secret Service


Joe Burrow’s Bleach Blond Buzz Cut Stirs Up Training Camp Excitement


Leave a Comment