(EFE) – Bayern Münich endorsed the Bundesliga lead on Friday by defeating bottom bottom Fürth by 1-3, in a match in which the Bavarian team had to play outnumbered for more than 40 minutes due to the expulsion of Benjamin Pavard.
Robert Lewandowski did not score, but Bayern’s victory was never in jeopardy after having accumulated sufficient income in the first half.
Bayern found a fighting rival, who began by betting on intensity in the brand in both halves and supported by their audience, who celebrated each ball won as if it were a goal.
In minute 4 the first alarm came, with a slightly deflected shot from Goretzka from the edge of the area.
Shortly after, a corner kick in favor of Fürth generated jubilation and the team jumped on the wave of enthusiasm that came from the stands for a few minutes, began to press high and in the end ended up being punished.
Bayern escaped the pressure and the ball ended up reaching Alphonso Davies, who, with plenty of space ahead, took advantage of his speed and threw a cross to Thomas Müller, who scored with a left-footed shot in the 10th minute.
Fürth tried to continue exerting resistance based on physical deployment, but Bayern took over the game and the second goal came in the 31st minute, with a low shot by Joshua Kimmich from outside the area after a good set play.
In the 40th minute, Robert Lewandowsky, spurring after a corner kick taken by Kimmich, crashed the ball against the crossbar.
At the end of the first half there was a good approach from Fürth when Nielsen extended a corner kick to the far post without finding a teammate to finish.
At the start of the second half, in the 48th minute, Bayern were left with 10 men as Benjamin Pavard was sent off for a foul against Julian Green.
The expulsion could give Fürth options, who made efforts to take advantage of their numerical superiority in front, but in the 68th minute came the sentence when Sebastian Griebeck scored on his own goal when trying to prevent a shot from Lewandowski after a free kick by Kimmich from the right .
In the 88th minute, Cedric Itten headed in for Fürth to cross Timothy Tillmann from the right.