Introductory responses and perceptions
Bayern Munich have at long last dominated a match under Nagelsmann, and it was the DFL Supercup against a considerable adversary like BVB. The mentor will be satisfied with this success since his course of action truly radiated through, particularly when it came to invalidating Haaland.
Obviously, Borussia Dortmund were barely at excellent condition. Mats Hummels and Raphael Guerreiro were significant non-attendants that certainly influenced their game, particularly in protection. The following Klassiker will be much more extreme.
Corentin Tolisso glanced sharp in his appearance. Is a rebound on the cards?
Full time: Bayern Munich win the DFL Supercup 3-1.
73' — GOAL! Lewandowski openings it home after Tolisso wins the ball in midfield.
64' — Goal, Marco Reus discharge a shot into the top corner.
49' — GOAL! Thomas Muller makes it 2-0!
45' — The subsequent half is in progress!
Halftime perceptions and investigation
Bayern Munich most likely have the right to lead, in light of everything. The guard and Neuer have figured out how to manage the entirety of Dortmund's assaults, and the objective by Lewandowski was relentless. All things considered, this game could've been totally different at this point if a few possibilities were taken.
Gnabry was having a sweltering game until the help for the objective came through. Hopefully he's preparing for a renaissance soon.
Dortmund are playing some truly messy football. Fouls are flying all over, as a rule toward Bayern players. Hopefully we don't see a physical issue today.
HT: Bayern Munich lead Dortmund 1-0.
40' — GOAL! Robert Lewandowski makes it 1-0 from a roaring header. Extraordinary cross by Gnabry.
35' — Moukoko played in by Haaland, yet was offside.
19' — Incredible save by Neuer! Reus is denied at point clear reach.
The opening shot: We're in progress!
One hour until the opening shot: Lineups are out! Nagelsmann has chosen to seat Leroy Sane for Kingsley Coman. Fascinating choice — can't help thinking about how this will turn out.
Indeed, this might be a celebrated well disposed, yet there's a prize on the line! Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund gear up for their first conflict of the period with each side flaunting another mentor. While Hansi Flick never lost to BVB, Nagelsmann's general record against the Bees is not even close as perfect.
All things considered, you can't expect a group with any semblance of Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller, and Joshua Kimmich to venture out onto the pitch requesting anything short of a success. Nagelsmann simply needs to make some minor acclimations to his framework, and the backline should be careful about the danger posted by Erling Haaland and Marco Reus. This game will not be simple using any and all means, it could go in any case.
It's Bayern time.