1-6 – Bayern Munich too big for Werder Bremen | NDR.de – Sport

Status: 08/11/2022 22:46

On Tuesday night, FC Bayern Munich’s soccer record champion was at least one more number for SV Werder Bremen. The promoted team lost 1: 6 (1: 4) to the Bundesliga leaders.

von Hanno Bode

Coach Ole Werner’s side could also hope for a surprise against the series champion for a few minutes after Anthony Jung’s 1-1 draw (10th). But the goal only spurred the FCB pros to shift gears.

After that, the Hanseatic League didn’t have much to oppose their offensive prowess and power and was already hopelessly behind in the range.

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“We wanted to be bold and try our football, which we have demonstrated all year round, on the pitch here in Munich. But we also knew that gaps could arise with the way Bayern exploited too much. And then we learned a little bit. here, ” said Werder offensive man Leonardo Bittencourt the NDR.

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Bremen wanted to be brave. And Bremen was brave. Bremen led Monaco up from the start and went on the break after Jung lost the ball. Werner’s protégés initially launched successfully in the first two shots, but then goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka was helpless against Jamal Musiala’s shot (6th). Jung equalized after a beautiful technically flawless relay and a precise pass from Mitchell Weiser.

From Werder’s point of view, this could be the case. But it did not work. Because the hosts weren’t impressed by the 1-1 draw and have flexed their muscles ever since with their typical “Mia san mia” mentality.

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Bremen defended bravely – and naively

Even a missed penalty by Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting – Pavlenka parried brilliantly (17th) – did not even marginally affect coach Julian Nagelsmann’s side. He then literally invaded the Bremen team, which was still very tall. Two times Serge Gnabry (22nd, 28th) and Leon Goretzka (26th) have led the champions 4: 1, who have lost more chances.

The guests also had two good chances with Oliver Burke (44th) and Marvin Ducksch (45th). Overall, Werner’s side were nevertheless well served with a three goal disadvantage.

Gnabry and Tel secure the final score

After the break, Bremen could only focus on damage limitation. A shot on the post by Leroy Sané (54th) initially raised concerns that Monaco’s hunger for goals was far from satisfied. But then the Bavarians took it easy. Werder goalkeeper Pavlenka, still very busy in the first half, can now breathe deeply. The events took place mainly in midfield up to the final stage.

But then the hosts upped the ante again and scored more goals with Gnabry (82 ‘) and substitute Mathys Tel (84’). Amaro for the Hanseatic League. Until then, they had kept the FCB well out of their own penalty area.

Matchday 14, 8 November 2022, 20:30

Monaco bay

6

Werder Bremen

1

Injustice:

Monaco bay:
Neuer – Mazraoui, Pavard, Upamecano, Lucas Hernandez (57. Sabitzer) – Kimmich, Goretzka (71. Gravenberch) – Gnabry, Musiala (71. Tel), Mané (20. L. Sané) – Choupo-Moting (57. Coman )

Werder Bremen:
Pavlenka – Pieper, Veljkovic (46 ° N. Stark), Friedl – Weiser, Groß (88 ° Rapp), A. Jung – Bittencourt (62 ° R. Schmid), Gruew (59 ° stage) – Burke (59 ° Dinkci) , Ducksch

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