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Bayern München vs Eintracht Frankfurt Live Score









M. Hinteregger
Own Goal
Eintracht Frankfurt
74' OWN GOAL! It’s all gone wrong again for Frankfurt, and it is their earlier goalscorer Hinteregger who has bundled into his own net after Trapp deflected Gnabry’s effort into the defender’s feet. It’s 5-2 to Bayern.
A. Davies
Goal
Bayern München
61' GOOOOAAALLL!!! It’s 4-2 to Bayern! Well, this wild match just keeps getting crazier. So reliable, so experienced, Fernandes makes a terrible mistake in Frankfurt’s area, laying it on a plate for Davies – who had made a surging run in from the left – to coolly slide home a finish.
M. Hinteregger
Goal
Eintracht Frankfurt
56' IT’S 3-2! Hinteregger has his second, as he rises highest to connect with the corner and power a brilliant header in off the left-hand upright. It’s game well and truly on!

M. Hinteregger
Goal
Eintracht Frankfurt
52' GOAL! Frankfurt have pulled one back! It’s 3-1 now, after Hinteregger rather awkwardly swept home from close range after Boateng’s poor header fell kindly to the Eintracht defender.
51' A second chance in quick succession for Perisic, who meets a cross to the back post with a diving header. He can’t keep his attempt on target, though.
49' Another opening for Bayern, as Perisic goes for goal after latching onto Muller’s pass. Trapp, however, is equal to the strike.
48' Well, if it wasn’t already game over, it seems it now, barring a bizarre collapse from Bayern and a complete turnaround in Frankfurt’s fortunes.
K. Coman
Assist
Bayern München
46' A nightmare start for Chandler, who let Coman run free. From then on, it was simple for the France international to pick out Lewandowski.
R. Lewandowski
Goal
Bayern München
46' GOOOOAALLL! IT'S 3-0! Right from the off, Chandler is caught cold at left-back, with Coman getting free and dropping a cross onto the head of Lewandowski, who duly nods home from close range.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: BAYERN MUNICH 2-0 EINTRACHT FRANKFURT.
41' The goal only stood after a VAR check for a potential foul. It was a brilliant cross from Davies, but an even better touch and then finish from Muller, who has put Bayern in complete control.
T. Müller
Goal
Bayern München
41' GOAL! Muller makes it 2-0! After turning provider for the opener, Bayern’s maestro has now got himself on the scoresheet, tucking home from Davies’ cross.


38' CLOSE! Lewandowski connects with the resulting corner, but just turns his effort wide. Frankfurt's marking was incredibly poor and they got lucky, there.
37' Another save from Trapp, who manages to get to Alaba’s dipping, long-range strike. However, the former Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper can’t keep hold and fumbles it out for a corner.
M. Hinteregger
Yellow Card
Eintracht Frankfurt
35' A first booking of the game goes the way of Hinteregger, who caught Lewandowski with an outstretched arm. The referee initially allowed play to go on, with Coman seeing a shot deflected wide.
32' Davies shows a great turn of pace to beat two Frankfurt defenders to a loose ball, but Muller is then unable to control the youngster’s pass. Frankfurt try to counter, but Neuer races off his line to stem the danger.
30' Frankfurt have lost 13 of their 25 Bundesliga games this season prior to today – they've only suffered more defeats at this stage of a campaign in 1999-2000.
28' Trapp is furious with his team-mates as, after some time on the ball, he is forced to punt it long to Neuer due to a lack of options on offer. The next Frankfurt move sees them play it out from the back, only for Gacinovic to concede possession upfield.
26' Bayern look like they mean business today, and will no doubt be desperate to put as much daylight between themselves and Dortmund as possible. Frankfurt, though, are at least attempting to offer some threat on the counter.
24' Brilliant play from Kimmich, who circles Gacinovic with ease. The Frankfurt man lashes out, though with little malice, and receives a talking to from the official.
22' Da Costa, for the first time, manages to cause some issues for Davies, but the Canadian youngster quickly recovers. For a player who is not a natural left-back, Davies has excelled in the role this season, allowing Alaba to play a central role in defence, as well as push into midfield when Bayern are on the ball.
20' Bayern have won each of their last 10 Bundesliga home games against Frankfurt – their longest winning run at home to any current top-flight side.
18' Frankfurt get on the attack as they search for an immediate response, with Rode – against his former club – trying his luck from 20 yards out. His shot is a wild one, though, and sails harmlessly wide.
16' Muller has been in fabulous form since Flick took charge this season, thriving in a free role in midfield. This time he popped up on the left, drilling a perfectly weighted cross towards Goretzka, who did the rest.
L. Goretzka
Goal
Bayern München
16' WHAT A GOAL! That is outstanding from Bayern, who lead 1-0 thanks to Goretzka! It has certainly been coming, and Muller is the creator with a wonderful cross into the path of the former Schalke star, who makes no mistake with a brilliant first-time finish.


14' Another huge chance for Bayern. Pavard meets a cross from the right, directing a decent header downwards. Trapp, though, reacted sharply, just managing to keep it out.
11' CHANCE! The bar comes to Frankfurt’s rescue! Lewandowski hammers an effort goalwards which Trapp just manages to get a hand on, nudging it onto the woodwork.
9' Fortunately for Frankfurt, and the officials, nothing comes of the Bayern corner. But there is little rest for the visiting defence, who remain under pressure.
7' Bayern have wasted little time in stamping their authority on this match. Kimmich links up with Muller on the edge of the area, with the latter looping in a cross to the back post. Lewandowski seems to head it wide, but a corner is given.


5' Bayern boss Flick saw his side score their 50th goal in his 16th Bundesliga game in charge last time out. No other head coach has reached this milestone as quickly in the competition.
3' It has been a fast start from Bayern, with Coman already exploiting Frankfurt’s defence with his pace. Ndicka, who had a poor match last time out, managed to stall his progress, though.

1' KICK-OFF! Bayern, in their all-red home strip, get proceedings underway.








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