Bayern Munich LOSE to Eintracht Frankfurt for their first defeat in nine matches as goals from Daichi Kamada and Amin Younes open up the Bundesliga title race
- Eintracht Frankfurt beat Bayern Munich 2-1 to open up the German title race
- Bayern fell behind to Daichi Kamada’s early goal following a fine Frankfurt move
- Amin Younes’ brilliant curling shot doubled Frankfurt’s lead in the first-half
- Robert Lewandowski pulled one back after half-time – his 26th goal in 21 games
- RB Leipzig can now move two points behind Bayern if they win on Sunday
Bayern Munich’s nine-game unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt as the Bundesliga leaders were comfortably beaten 2-1 by Eintracht Frankfurt.
Impressive first-half goals from Daichi Kamada and Amin Younes gave Adi Hutter’s a lead they deserved following a brilliant and brave display against the champions.
Robert Lewandowski pulled a goal back for the German champions – his 26th league goal in 21 matches – but defeat for Bayern now opens up a Bundesliga title race involving four teams.
Bayern Munich’s nine-match unbeaten run came to an end with a 2-1 loss at Frankfurt
Bayern fell behind early on when Daichi Kamada (right) finished off a fine Frankfurt attack
Hansi Flick’s champions struggled from the off and fell behind early on to Daichi Kamada’s cool finish which ended a brilliant Frankfurt team move which included Filip’s Kostic’s low cross.
The hosts continued to run Bayern ragged in the opening exchanges as Jerome Boateng cleared off the line, while Frankfurt’s Amin Younes tried a long-range effort from inside his own half which bounced just wide of the Bayern goalkeeper’s post.
Yet Younes was successful later in the half to double Frankfurt’s lead as the German playmaker slammed a brilliant effort past Neuer and into the top corner from inside the area.
Amin Younes (middle) slammed in a brilliant goal to put daylight between Frankfurt and Bayern
Bayern pulled a goal back through Robert Lewandowski’s (second left) tap-in after the break
Hansi Flick’s (right) Bayern can now have their lead depleted to just two points on Sunday
Flick’s side were a different side after the break and pulled one back through Robert Lewandowski’s tap-in but Frankfurt held on well for the three points.
The result is Bayern’s second slip-up this week following on from their Club World Cup success – as Flick’s side were held to a 3-3 draw by Arminia Bielefeld on Monday.
RB Leipzig can now move two points behind Bayern if they beat Hertha Berlin on Sunday, while Frankfurt are now seven points behind the champions in third.
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