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Bayern Munich did not go beyond a draw against Freiburg

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Bayern Munich did not go beyond a draw against Freiburg

Bayern Munich did not go beyond a two-goal draw against Freiburg this Fridaywho avoided defeat thanks to a goal from Lucas Holer three minutes from time, and clears the future of the Bayer Leverkusen can increase its lead at the top of the Bundesliga to ten points on Sunday if they win their match on the twenty-fourth day against Colonia.

The Bavarian team is having a very irregular season. EFE

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He returned to his old ways Thomas Tuchel’s team that has only won one of its last four games. He seemed to react on the last date, by beating Leipzig after reaping two defeats in a row, against Bayer Leverkusen and Bochum, but it was a mirage.

Freiburg took the lead after twelve minutes with a left-footed shot from outside the area by Christian Günter. Immediately before he had already had two clear chances; a header from Sildilla that was saved by Manuel Neuer and a bicycle kick from Sallai that crashed against the crossbar.

The game seemed on track for Freiburg with the goal against an insecure Bayern that was trying to get there by circulating the ball without finding its way to the area and had losses of the ball that on several occasions ended in opposing counterattacks.

At quarter of an hour, Günter was close to the second when he arrived only from the left before Neuer who closed the angle well and deflected it into a corner kick with a standing stop. And in the 22nd minute, it was Vincenzo Grifo who came close with a deflected shot from a good position.

Everything spoke in Freiburg’s favor except for the fact that Bayern had the ball more and was loitering near the area. In the first shot on goal, Bayern found the tie.

After a corner kick taken by Kimmich from the right Mathys Tel won the second ball near the left corner of the area and, after a control and a turn, unleashed a cross shot with his right foot that flew high near the far post.

In the remainder of the first half, Freiburg had a chance, at the feet of Maximilian Eggenstein who finished over the top, and Bayern had a good chance with a slightly deflected shot from Raphael Guerreiro.

The second half began with a chance for each of the two teams. In the 47th minute, Kane came close to Bayern’s side with a slightly deflected left-footed shot and Eggenstein responded on Freiburg’s behalf.

Then came a phase of clear dominance by Bayern who began to add chances until they took the lead thanks to a great play by Musiala in the 75th minute. Musiala scored from the top of the small area after sneaking between four Freiburg defenders.

After the advantage, Bayern leaned back too much and gave the ball to Freiburg and ended up paying for it as the tie came in the 87th minute with a volley from Lucas Höler after a throw-in.

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