DORTMUND 1-3 BAYERN
Dortmund: Reus (64′)
Bavaria: Lewandowski (41′, 74′), Muller (49′)
The German Super Cup match earlier this season is a dream confrontation between Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Dortmund was the team that won the German Cup last season, and Bayern as usual won the Bundesliga.
The first half of the match took place according to a rather attractive scenario. Bayern continuously created situations on the left wing to threaten Dortmund’s goal. However, strikers like Muller or Coman could not bring home a goal for the team to play away.
Dortmund and Bayern played quite evenly in the first half
Dortmund had to wait until the 20th minute to create the first chance. Marco Reus had a situation to face goalkeeper Manuel Neuer but could not defeat the German captain.
The two teams played evenly for the rest of the first half. As if the half would end without a goal, in the 41st minute, Bayern made the difference. The ball was easily crossed by Gnabry for Lewandowski to bounce high and hit Dortmund’s net.
In the second half, Dortmund received more goals. Thomas Muller doubled the lead for Bayern in the 48th minute. Being 2 goals down, Dortmund had no choice but to advance in attack.
In the 64th minute, Reus shortened the gap for the Signal Iduna Park team with a beautiful finish from outside the penalty area. However, Bayern’s two-goal lead was repeated 10 minutes later, when Lewandowski completed a brace in the 74th minute.
Lewandowski completes double
3-1 in favor of Bayern is also the final score, Bayern won the first title under coach Julian Nagelsmann.
Dortmund: Kobel, Passlack, Witsel, Akanji, Schulz, Bellingham, Dahoud, Reyna, Reus, Moukoko, Haaland.
Bavaria: Neuer, Stanisic, Upamecano, Süle, Davies, Kimmich, Goretzka, Coman, Müller, Gnabry, Lewandowski.