Bayern pulls off the shock against Leipzig, minimum service for Manchester City

2024-02-24 20:14:03

With a double from Harry Kane, Bayern won the shock against RB Leipzig, who fielded Loïs Openda for 73 minutes (2-1), on the occasion of the 23rd day of the Bundesliga on Saturday evening. With this victory, the Bavarians remain in second place (53 points) but come back eight lengths behind Leverkusen (61 points). Leipzig, for its part, stagnates in fifth place (40 points).

The England international found the net in the second half (56th, 1-0) but Benjamin Sesko reignited the suspense of the game with an equalizer just before the last quarter of an hour (70th, 1-1). In added time, the former Tottenham player scored a decisive goal to seal the fate of the match (90th + 1, 2-1).

In England, Manchester City won by the smallest margin on the Bournemouth pitch (0-1) during the 26th day of the Premier League.

In the standings, the Cityzens consolidate their second place (59 points) and come back one step behind Liverpool, leader. Phil Foden scored the only goal of the match, falling in the first period (24th, 0-1) while Jérémy Doku et Kevin De Bruyne started the meeting on the bench. The first came on shortly after the hour mark (63rd) while the second played a few minutes at the end of the match after being spared against Brentford for a small hamstring injury.

#Bayern #pulls #shock #Leipzig #minimum #service #Manchester #City

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.