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Jan Somers Bayern only plays 1-1 at home against Cologne. Michael Frey gives an assist, but loses 1: 6 with Schalke.


Weak when giving up

Jan Summers.

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Perhaps Jan Sommer imagined his first appearance in the house differently. Against Cologne, the Munich team fell behind in the fourth minute. Elias Skhiri scored after an extended corner kick. Then, a one-sided game developed as the game progressed.

Bayern Munich had chances on the run counter, Serge Gnabry (14), Leon Goretzka (41) and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (43/62) being the greatest. But salvation was followed by a dream goal: Joshua Kimmich grabbed the courage in the 90th minute and fired from about 30 metres. The ball flew into the net with a treacherous trajectory to compensate.

Frey in bankruptcy Schalke assisted

Schalke vs Leipzig, that was more than a class difference in the first half: Schalke 04 were trailing 4-0 at the break. Andre Silva scored the third and fourth (7/44), Benjamin Henriques (15) the first goal of the season and Timo Werner deflected the goal in overtime to make it 0:4.

In the second half there was a reaction at the start, “Royal Blues” showed themselves in a significant improvement for a short time. Swiss Michael Frei made his debut for Schalke Soichiro Kozukis 1: 4 (56). Leipzig’s Dani Olmo with a stroke of genius (83d) and Jusuf Poulsen (89d) made it 6-1 in favor of the RB.

Schalke have lost 11 of their last 12 matches and are still bottom of the standings. On the other hand, Leipzig managed to reduce the difference against Bayern at the top to 4 points. Frankfurt, Union Berlin and Freiburg can get up to 3 points if they win on Wednesday.

Wolfsburg 11 goals in 2 games

In the other two matches on Tuesday, Hertha Berlin lost 5-0 at home to in-form Wolfsburg. In the second match after the winter break, it was the second victory for VfL, in the 16th round Freiburg were defeated 6-0. In Hoffenheim-Stuttgart, goalkeeper Andrej Kramaric equalized in the fourth minute of extra time to make it 2-2. Particularly curious: VfB Stuttgart’s Nairou Ahamada had previously been featured in a yellow-red because he first complained (73′) and later celebrated wildly with the crowd on the fence while celebrating Wataru Endo’s goal (78′).