Brush Schalke, Bayern Munchen Puncaki Standings
Bayern Munchen look mighty in the fifth week of the German Bundesliga. FC Hollywood won 3-0 over Schalke at VELTINS-Arena on Tuesday (20/09/2017). These results make Die Roten memuncaki Bundeslinga standings.
Bayern Munchen topped the Bundesliga with 12 points from five games. The number is two points ahead of Borussia Dortmund who play one game less.
Carlo Ancelotti’s squad pressed Schalke’s defense from the first minute. However, the efforts of Thomas Muller and Sebastian Rudy are still able to be saved goalkeeper Ralf Fahrmann.
Bayern Munich opened the scoring in the 25th minute. Robert Lewandowski scored through a white spot after Naldo touched the ball with his hand in the forbidden box.
Four minutes later, James Rodriguez doubled Bayern Munich’s lead. Through his left foot, James Rodriguez struck the ball into the Schalke goal.
Winning two goals does not necessarily make Bayern Munich launch the attack. Muller again threatened the home side’s goal early in the second half, but the ball kick was still able to be saved Fahrmann.
Entering the 75th minute, Bayern Munich again breaking Schalke goalkeeper. This time, turn Arturo Vidal who listed the name on the scoreboard.
Two minutes before the end of the game, James Rodriguez almost scored an additional goal. However, his left foot kick was still able to drive out of the field. 3-0 score for Munchen advantage lasted until the fight ended.
Composition of players:
Schalke 04 (3-4-3): 1-Ralf Fahrmann; 24-Bastian Oczipka, 5-Matija Nastasic, 29-Naldo; 2-Weston Mckennie (36-Breel Embolo 57 ‘), 20-Thilo Kehrer, 8-Leon Goretzka, 10-Nabil Bentaleb; 25-Amine Harit (11-Yevhen Konoplyanka 45 ‘), 19-Guido Burgstaller (9-Franco di Santo 78’), 18-Daniel Caligiuri.
Coach: Domenico Tedesco (Italy)
Bayern Munchen (4-2-3-1): 26-Sven Ulreich; 32-Joshua Kimmich, 8-Javi Martinez (5-Mats Hummels 76 ‘), 4-Niklas Sule, 13-Rafinha; 19-Sebastian Rudy, 24-Corentin Tolisso (23-Arturo Vidal 69 ‘); 25-Thomas Muller, 11-James Rodriguez; 9-Robert Lewandowski (6-Thiago Alcántara 65 ‘), 29-Kingsley Coman.
Coach: Carlo Ancelotti (Italy)
Referee: Marco Fritz