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Fulminanter FC Bavaria smashes Fortuna Dusseldorf

FC Bavaria Munich continues to run smoothly on the 30th. The team of coach Hansi Flick played in their 5:0 (3:0) gala against a deplorable Fortuna Dusseldorf in a phase of intoxication and also won the fourth game since the league rematch. This means that only three scores from five games separate the record master from the next title.

An owner of Mathias Jorgensen (15.), Benjamin Pavard (29.), top hunter Robert Lewandowski (43., 50.) and Alphonso Davies (52.) paved the way for the greedy Bavarians.

Lewandowski eliminated a small flaw with his season hits 28 and 29: He has now struck against all 18 current federalists. Against Dusseldorf, he needed an unusually long 423 ligamine start.

With 86 gates after 29 rounds, the Bavarians set up a league chord. The very best brand of 101 hits (1971/72) seems possible.

Dusseldorf won the highest season championship in the last mandatory game under sports director Lutz Pfannenstiel after six encounters without defeat and as before in Dortmund. Fortuna is getting more and more under pressure on marketing site 16.

FC Bavaria from the beginning with full joy

“We want to start the Bavarians, be brave”, guest coach Uwe Rosler said before the meeting at “Sky”. But his team only defended skillfully at the beginning, never taking much risk.

Instead, they tried to force the Munich people into a struggle of exploitation. That is why Rosesler, the head of defense Kaan Ayhan was absent due to muscular problems, had made five changes. He prophesied that his elf would have to “run an awful lot,” he said.

That’s right – Dusseldorf ran against the usual dominant Bavarians but almost completely behind. Although the record champion had some luck in the lead, when Jurgensen steered the ball into his own goal after a harmless shot by Pavard with his left hand.

But Pavard’s head-football pitcher after a corner of Joshua Kimmich already brought the preliminary decision; Opponent Niko Giesselmann did not intervene with enough courage.

Lewandowski once again did not stop

Bavarian defense of Lucas Hernandez, who was allowed to touch for the last lightly beaten Jerome Boateng for the first time since the restart, was very rarely demanded. The fact that the French World Champion had to leave the square for a break was the only real straw in the Munich Siegerkelch.

How much the Bavarians are currently superior to the other clubs was exemplified by the 3:0. Dusseldorf’s newly formed four-string simply did not follow in the fast attack on Joshua Kimmich and Muller, Lewandowski only had to drive from six meters.

His second hit was achieved by the Pole after a not less spectacular thrust by hook.