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Superior Two Goals, Bayern Detained Wolfsburg


Leapyguide.com - Bayern Munich had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga continued. In fact, Die Roten had two goals in this fight.

Facing Wolfsburg at the Allianz Arena, Munich, Saturday (23/09/2017), Bayern who lowered his best strength 2-0 up to halftime. Two home team goals scored by Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben.

However, they failed to defend the advantage. In the second half, Wolfsburg were able to score two goals back through Maximilian Arnold and Daniel Didavi.

These results are certainly very disappointing for Bayern. They had previously lost points in the third week after losing 2-0 to Hoffenheim.

Bayern are now second in the standings with 13 points from six matches. They are under Borussia Dortmund who just played five times. The Wolfsburg are in 11th position with six points.

Appear to dominate throughout the game, Bayern opened his lead in the 33rd minute. They were awarded a penalty after Marcel Tisserand broke Lewandowski in a forbidden area. Lewandowski himself advanced as a penalty executioner and performed his duties well.

Nine minutes later, Robben enlarge Bayern advantage to 2-0. Robben shot from outside the penalty box on Rafinha's leg and turned in direction to outwit the goalkeeper Koen Casteels.

Having missed two goals, Wolfsburg did not give up so easily. The visitors narrowed it down in the 56th minute with a free-kick that failed to stop Arnold Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich.

When the game has entered the 83rd minute, Didavi equalized for Wolfsburg. Heading forward Paul Verhaegh's cross ripped Bayern's goal.

Composition of Players


Bayern Munich: Ulreich; Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Rafinha; Rudy, Vidal (Tolisso 63 '); Robben (James 85 '), Mueller, Ribery (Coman 86'); Lewandowski

Wolfsburg: Casteels; Verhaegh, Tisserand, Uduokhai, William (Blaszczykowski 46 '); Camacho (Didavi 73 '), Guilavogui; Itter, Malli, Arnold; Origi (Bazoer 85 ')

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