Bayern Munich 0-1 Dortmund: Goetze great-finish
Bayern Munich must recognize the winning of visitors, Borussia Dortmund on the weekend of the 13 Bundesliga. Mario Goetze single goal to ensure three points for the visitors.
Playing at the Allianz Arena on Saturday (11/19/2011) pm dawn, both teams could not score a goal in the first round. Statistics Soccernet even noted there were only three shots from each team.
Gotze finally opened the scoring for Dortmund in the 65th minute. Bayern tried to keep pressure on the rest of the game but no more goals are created.
With this victory, Dortmund cut the distance with Bayern are still there at the top to two points. FC Hollywood in the top position with a value of 28 and Dortmund in second with a value of 26.
Dortmund opened up opportunities in the 11th minute free kick Mario Goetze. But his shot from outside the box is still not meeting targets.
Six minutes later turn to Thomas Mueller who threaten the goal of Dortmund. Right foot shot from outside the penalty box was wide to the left side of goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller.
The 19th minute Franck Ribery create opportunities for Bayern. Unfortunately his shot from outside the penalty box was successfully blocked.
Ribery again have a chance to open the scoring. But again his shot from inside the box is still too high. 0-0 score lasted until halftime.
The second round of six-minute walk, Robert Lewandowski almost brought Dortmund ahead. But his header using bait Lukasz Piszczek still soaring over the Manuel Neuer crossbar .
Behind Bayern threatened by Mario Gomez in the 55th minute. His left foot shot from outside the penalty box was inches wide on the left side of goal Weidenfeller.
Goetze finally broke the deadlock in the 65th minute. Receiving a pass from Shinji Kagawa in the penalty box, Gotze and then kick off to the left corner that could not be driven Neuer.
Two minutes later Bayern react and create opportunities through Gomez. Receiving feedback Toni Kroos, Gomez's header into the left corner can still be saved Weidenfeller.
Bayern continue to try to create a counterweight goals. But efforts to Luiz Gustavo and Ribery are still able to be defeated Weidenfeller.
Until the long whistle sounded, Bayern could not score an equalizer. Dortmund won the match by a score of 1-0.
Bayern Munich: Manuel Neuer, Holger Badstuber, Jerome Boateng, Philipp Lahm, Rafinha (Nils Petersen 79 '), Luis Gustavo Dias, Toni Kroos, Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben (David Alaba 72'), Mario Gomez, Thomas Mueller (Ivica Olic 72 ')
Borussia Dortmund: Roman Weidenfeller, Mats Hummels, Felipe Santana, Marcel Schmelzer, Lukasz Piszczek, Sebastian Kehl (Moritz Leitner 79 '), Sven Bender, Kevin Groskreutz, Mario Goetze, Robert Lewandowski (Lucas Barrios 90'), Shinji Kagawa