FC Bayern Munich have played their last game in the Bundesliga where they beat Wolfsburg at Allianz Arena. Robert Lewandowski became the top goal scorer in this calendar year, scoring 69 goals. Moreover, he was also the top scorer in Europe in the previous two calendar year.
Last night, Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann set up the team formation with 4-2-3-1. Lewandowski played as the center forward, while Leroy Sane and Serge Gnabry played as the wingers. On the other hand, Florian Kohfeldt used a 3-4-2-1 formation against the home team.
But Wolfsburg conceded the first goal at the beginning of the match. Bayern forward Thomas Muller scored the goal in the 7th minute. However, the Bavarians did not find more goals in the first half. The visitors also failed to equalize in the first half.
In the second half, Bayern Munich returned to attacking football. Due to Bayern’s high pressing, Wolfsburg failed to create too many chances. Moreover, they conceded the second goal in the 57th minute. Defender Upamecano found the net for the Bavarians. Thomas Muller, who scored the first goal, assisted the second. Two minutes later, Bayern tripled their lead as Leroy Sane scored the goal with the help of Serge Gnabry.
At the very last moment, Bayern forward Robert Lewandowski found the net. Midfielder J. Musiala crossed the ball inside the box, and Lewandowski converted the pass into the goal. His volley beat the goalkeeper of Wolfsburg. As a result, the home team defeat the visitors by a 4-0 margin.
Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann was very happy with his team’s performance. He said,
It feels very good. The first half of the season was very satisfying. Today we had to score the goals against compact opponents who kept their shape very well. After the goal, we were a bit lucky in two instances. But we always had very good control of the game. Especially in the second half, we pressed really well and didn’t let our opponents break out, that was impressive. In the end, we deserved to win and scored some nice goals along the way too.
On the other side, Wolfsburg manager Florian Kohfeldt was disappointed with his team’s performance. He said,
The defeat does hurt. Especially in the first half, we played well, we didn’t give much away and had two great chances. We have to score at least one of those. Then things happen that shouldn’t happen against Bayern. Of course, we deserved to lose in the end