Bayern win over Eintracht Frankfurt

Sadio Mané scored on his debut in Germany and the bayern Munich yesterday crushed the Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 at the start of the Bundesliga.

Jamal Musiala scored a couple of goals, while Joshua Kimmich, Benjamin Pavard and Serge Gnabry also scored. Bayern did not miss Robert Lewandowski, who was transferred to Barcelona.

“We have to find new ways to score,” Musiala said of Lewandowski’s departure, “because he always scored 40 goals a season.”

Bayern’s sweeping dominance of the team that won the Europa League last season shows why they are firm favorites to extend their record to an 11th successive title.

The Bavarian powerhouse took 17 shots on goal in the first half alone, when the away team were able to ignore a comical miss by Thomas Muller.

Kolo Muani forced an error from the confident goalkeeper Manuel Neuer for Eintracht’s discount.

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Lewandowski steps on the Camp Nou

Polish striker Robert Lewandowski declared that he was proud and aware of the enormous challenge that awaits him at FC Barcelona, ​​a club where he was presented yesterday at Camp Nouone week before the start of the League.

“I am very proud to be here. It’s a huge challenge, not only as a scorer but also to push the other players to give their best”, the 33-year-old attacker told a press conference.

“I know that recent times have not been easy for the club but I know that I can be better in the future with this team. We have enormous potential,” he added.


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