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Bayern Munich 5-0 Viktoria Pilsen

Goals: Sane (7the51e), Gnabry (13e), Mane (21e) and Choupo-Moting (59e)

No time to waste.

Bayern Munich, winners of their first two C1 encounters this season, continued their brilliant clean round on Tuesday, scattering Viktoria Plzeň (5-0). As we might have feared, there wasn’t really a consensus. In reality, there wasn’t even the slightest tension. After around twenty minutes of play, the German champions were already leading 3-0 against completely overwhelmed guests. It was Leroy Sané who opened hostilities with a powerful shot under the bar from the left (1-0, 7the). Found in Leon Goretzka’s penalty area, Serge Gnabry skillfully doubled the effort (2-0, 13e). Then Sadio Mané scored after a terrific solo number, but was actively supported by a favorable counterattack and the astonishing passivity of the Czech defenders (3-0, 21ste).

No doubt pleased with his insane start that record champion then he slightly relaxed his hug. But only to be able to resume his demolition business better after the break. When a Mané-inspired pass fell out, Sané shot from the left and offered a brace (4-0, 51ste). Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting enjoyed his turn at the break, correcting the unlucky Marián Tvrdoň from the penalty spot (5-0, 59the). The following ? A long sequence of passes to ten Munich players, where you could see the former Rennais Mathys Tel, unrestrained, but a little too imprecisely ball at the foot. The Bavarians are very close to the eighth and could even validate their ticket next Wednesday, at the end of their trip to the Czech Republic.

5-1 in Barcelona, ​​​​​​5-0 in the Allianz Arena: We sincerely hope for Michal Bílek’s team that their trip at Inter Milan on October 26 will be less strenuous.

Bayern Munich (4-2-3-1): Neuer – Mazraoui, Upamecano (Pavard, 72e), De Ligt, Davies (Stanišić, 46e) – Goretzka (Sabitzer, 72e), Gravenberch-Sané (Tel, 58e), Musiala (Choupo-Moting, 46e), Mané-Gnabry. Coaches : Julian Nagelsman.

Viktoria Pilsen (4-2-3-1): Tvrdoň – Holík, Hejda (Tijani, 63e), Pernica, Havel – Kalvach, N’Diaye – Kopic (Jirka, 58e), Vlkanova (Yemelka, 46e), Mosquera (Pilar, 85e) – Chory (Bassey, 58e). Coaches : Michael Bilek.

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