FC Bayern is furious and ruthlessly defeated BVB.

FC Bayern is still in place. FC Bayern: The record champions, who were reeling from the cup disaster, made a big statement by convincingly defeating Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga’s top match. Harry Kane, a star striker, scores three goals.

Following the cup scandal, FC Bayern Munich released a statement in which they first distanced themselves from Borussia Dortmund. The record champions defeated their fiercest rivals 4-0 (2-0) in the classic match three days after the thrilling loss at third-tier club 1. FC Saarbrücken. With a strong showing, they maintained their two-point lead over leaders Bayer Leverkusen. Dayot Upamecano (4th) and Harry Kane (9th/72nd/90th+3) scored for the visitors, resulting in Dortmund’s first league loss since January 1st. Kane’s goal increased his tally to 15 goals in ten Bundesliga games.

The Bundestrainer, Julian Nagelsmann, had taken over exactly where the hellwachen and apparently still wütenden Bayern already held the lead. After recovering from a week-long illness, Upamecano took a cursory look at a corner of Leroy Sané. Torhüter Gregor Kobel was still waiting in queue, and Nico Schlotterbeck no longer saw the Franzosen in his eyes. The guests looked impressive as they were seated in front of 81,365 spectators. Eine wunderbare Mischung aus Leon Goretzka und Sane veredelt Kane. Der mächtige Sane hatte mit einem Hackenback den Angriff begonnen.

Then the Germans with the big ball bearing took control of the move. Preventing Goretzka and Konrad Laimer from seizing the initiative in the Central was the main goal of the most recent surprise attack. The BVB, then? He acted hesitantly and incorrectly in the absence of certainty. Julian Brandt’s distancing conclusion was the only point of convergence for a longer time (23). Marco Reus struggled in his 400th BVB mandatory game, and Niclas Füllkrug stayed out of the game most of the time. Bayern, though, was also playing less and less offensively. Goretzka tried to create a creative interpretation (36. The hosts got back into the game right before halftime.

After the intermission, BVB coach Edin Terzic substituted Niklas Süle for Marius Wolf, but the game initially remained the same. Kobel (46′) denied Jamal Musiala, and after a corner, Nouassir Mazraoui fired a nine-meter shot into the clouds one minute later. After that, the game got even wilder. As BVB increased their pressure, Manuel Neuer made a strong play to deny Reus (56′), while Kobel made a save to deny Sane (58′). Dortmund started to take more and more risks at this point. The intriguing question was: Would Bayern use the counterattack opportunities that presented themselves to win the game, or would BVB make another run? Kane responded to it.