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  • Bayern Munich 1-3 Dortmund: Sahin superb-strike

    Bayern Munich 1-3 to Borussia Dortmund's surrender, in the Bundesliga continued, at the Allianz Arena on Saturday (02/26/2011). With these results, while the more solid Dortmund on top with 58 points, Bayern stuck in fourth position with 42 points.

    Playing as the host, Bayern conceded it first by Lucas Barrios scored in the ninth minute. Gol started from behind the attacks that led to the release of bait from the foot of Kevin Grosskreutz breakthrough.

    Barrios had controlled the ball in the penalty box and kicked into the middle of goalkeeper Thomas Kraft.

    Bayern are able to equalize through Luiz Gustavo Diaz in the 16th minute. From the middle of the penalty box, he kicked the ball posts Franck Ribery into the top left corner of goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak.

    However, in just two minutes, Dortmund able to take back the advantage thanks to goals Nuri Sahin. Ribery goal stems from a blocked shot Langerak.

    Dortmund then build a counter-attack which led to escape of a feed from Mario Goetze to Nuri Sahin. Sahin had the ball outside the penalty box and fired into the bottom right corner of the goal Kraft.

    Last goal was scored by Matts game Hummels in the 60th minute. From the middle of the penalty box, he gore Mario Goetze cross into the top right corner of the goal host.

    In general, Bayern dominated possession. However, they have trouble flowing attack completely.

    Bayern improved performance in the second round. By retaining control of the ball, they have increased the quantity and quality of execution. However, Langerak able to make repairs was in vain.

    In the 61st minute and the 75th, for example, Mario Gomez and Franck Ribery fired alternately accurate, all of which can be pushed over Langerak.

    Over 90 minutes, Bayern had the ball as much as 70 percent and releasing four shots right into the goal from 14 experiments. The Dortmund create five golden opportunity from 16 businesses.

    Team Line-up:
    Bayern Munich: Thomas Kraft, Holger Badstuber (Breno 45), Anatoly Tymoschuk, Danijel Pranjic, Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Luis Gustavo Dias (Toni Kroos 58), Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben, Mario Gomez, Thomas Mueller (Miroslav Klose 78)

    Dortmund: Mitchell Langerak; Mats Hummels, Neven Subotic, Marcel Schmelzer, Lukasz Piszczek, Nuri Sahin, Sven Bender, Kevin Grosskreuts (Antonio da Silva 82), Mario Goetze; Lucas Barrios (Jakub Blaszczykowski 74), Robert Lewandowski

    Referee: Manuel Grafe


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