Freiburg Drew with Bayern Munich with a Late Equalizer

Freiburg Drew with Bayern Munich with a Late Equalizer

Freiburg drew with Bayern Munich via a late goal from Lucas Hoeler in the 87th minute. Thus, Bayern Munich’s title hopes in the Bundesliga suffered a significant blow. According to a sportsbook pay per head guide, Bayern has 54 points from 24 matches played. In addition, Bayer Leverkusen has 61 points to lead the league after a win against Cologne.

Bayern had a terrible start to their record-setting 2,000th Bundesliga game as Lazio found openings to attack. Next week, they will face Lazio of Italy for the second leg of their Champions League last 16 match.

In the first half, Bayern Munich was kept in the game by goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who made spectacular stops.

Freiburg scored in the 12th minute after capitalizing on opportunities against Bayern, a team in crisis that will fire coach Thomas Tuchel after the season. Following a breathtaking save by Neuer from a Roland Sallai header, Christian Guenther rifled in after seeing the rebound of Sallai’s bicycle kick reflect off the post.

Freiburg Drew with Bayern Munich

Freiburg Drew with Bayern Munich with a Late EqualizerThe home team had two more good scoring opportunities in the first half before Bayern scored against the grain of play in the 35th minute with an unstoppable long-range effort by Mathys Tel.

Harry Kane and Jamal Musiala had good opportunities for the visitors after halftime. Still, Musiala started the comeback with a solo move down the left, cut into the area, and curled a low effort past the Freiburg goalkeeper.

On the other hand, Freiburg equalized in the 87th minute through Hoeler, who finished off a great move by turning and shooting into the box. Only one of Bayern’s past four league games has resulted in a victory.

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