Mainz 3-2 Bayern Munich: van Buyten double
For the second time in a row in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich defeat. Once bent Borussia Dortmund last week, this time with The Bavarian defeated Mainz 2-3.
Competed at Coface Arena Stadium on Sunday (11/27/2011), Bayern had left behind when the game has been running for 10 minutes. Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer burglarized by Andreas Ivanschitz .
At the beginning of the second half, exactly 11 minutes the visitors had equalized following the success of Daniel Van Buyten scored the ball into the goal in the game Mainz who escorted Christian Wetklo.
But Mainz able to go back in front after Marco Caligiuri scored in minute 65. Score even changed to 3-1 after Niko Bungert successfully listed his name on the scoreboard.
Bayern then managed to score additional goals through Van Buyten on 89 minutes. But it is the only additional goals in the game Bayern, which makes them have to accept defeat 2-3.
For this result, the children Juup Heycknes failed to shift the position of Borrusia Dortmund and Borrusia Monchengladbach in rank one and two Bundesliga standings. Both are equally collecting 29 points, one point ahead of Munich who collected 28 points in third.
As for Mainz, the win puts Thomas Tuchel's farm team for a temporary escape from the red zone was ranked 13th with a set of 15 points.
In contrast to Munich, Werder Bremen who had previously undergone upper Borrusia Monchengladbach 0-5 defeat last weekend could rise with a victory Sunday (27/11) s. Entertaining at the Stadium Weserstadion Stuttgart, Bremen capable of winning two goals without reply, 2-0.
Playing in front of supporters, the new Bremen have scored dimenit to memalui foot-57 Aaron Hunt. Ten minutes later, the host public cheered again when Naldo scored a 2-0 victory that ensures extra for Bremen.
Over this victory, Bremen was able to sit in the standings with a fourth set of 26 points from 14 times to play. As for Stuttgart this defeat made them to be content to sit ladder-7 standings.
Mainz: Christian Wetklo; Bo Svensson, Niko Bungert, Malik Fathi, Zdenek Pospech; Elkin Soto, Julian Baumgartlinger, Nicolai Muller, Marco Caligiuri; Sami Allagui, Andreas Ivanschitz
Bayern Munich: Manuel Neuer; Holger Badstuber, Daniel van Buyten, Philipp Lahm, Jerome Boateng; David Alaba, Luis Gustavo Dias, Franck Ribery, Thomas Muller; Mario Gomez, Toni Kroos