Bayern Munich 2-0 Kaiserslautern: Gomez, Muller great-finish
Bayern Munich continued to stick to Borussia Dortmund tight 2-0 win over Kaiserslautern in the Bundesliga continued action on Saturday (02/11/2012). They sat in second place with 44 points, or lose two points of Dortmund. For Kaiserslautern, this defeat means they will not move from the 16th position with 18 points.
In the first half, Bayern were already 2-0 up. The first goal "FC Hollywood" by Mario Gomez scored after just six minutes. While the second goal scored by Thomas Mueller in the 30th minute.
Bayern had a chance to score his third goal in the fourth minute. However, the efforts of Frank Ribery can still be thwarted by Kaiserslautern goalkeeper Kevin Trapp.
In the second half, coach Jupp Heynckes replaced Arjen Robben put Thomas Mueller in the 56th minute. At the 67th minute, Robben almost put Bayern ahead with three goals. Luckily for the visitors, his shot can still be muted by Trapp. Robben earned a second chance in the 70th minute as well still be countered by Trapp.
Bayern threatened again in the 77th minute. But again, these opportunities go to waste after kicking the ball could be saved by Holger Badstuber Trapp. Until the whistle ended the game, the score was 2-0 to Bayern has not changed.
Bayern: Manuel Neuer, Holger Badstuber, Jerome Boateng, Philipp Lahm, Rafinha, David Alaba, Luis Gustavo Dias, Franck Ribery (Ivica Olic 78), Thomas Mueller (Arjen Robben 56), Mario Gomez, Toni Kroos (Anatoliy Tymoshchuk 82)
Kaiserslautern: Kevin Trapp, Mathias Abel, Antar Yahia, Leon Jessen, Florian Dick, Christian Tiffert, Olcay Sahan, Thanos Petsos (Steven Zenllner 82), Konstantinos Fortounis (Julian Derstroff 64), Richard Sukuta-Pasu (Etey Shechter 64), Sandro Wagner