10-men Bayern wins against Furth

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Bayern Munich continued their good start to the new Bundesliga season as they won against SpVgg Greuther Furth on Friday night. The visitors won the match 3-1 despite going a man down in the 48th minute.

The match was already a steep task for Furth, who was promoted to the Bundesliga this season. Bayern started in their usual fashion scoring two goals in the first half. The second half was more even with Bayern losing Benjamin Pavard due to a red card.

Victory against Furth meant that Bayern continues their unbeaten start to the new season. They currently have 16 points from their 6 matches and is at the top of the Bundesliga table. Furth on the other hand is rooted to the bottom with only a single point to their tally.


Bayern had a fast start to the match and took the lead in the 10th minute. A cross from Alphonso Davies finds the feet of Thomas Muller, who guides the ball into the back of the net. It was a milestone goal for Mueller, who became the third all-time goal scorer for Bayern with the strike.

The Rekordmeister soon extended their lead when in-form Joshua Kimmich continued his goal-scoring exploits. The midfielder placed beautifully to the bottom corner of the post from his shot from outside the penalty box in the 31st minute.

A lifeline was awarded to Furth at the start of the second half. Benjamin Pavard was shown a direct red card for his tackle on Julian Green. However, Bayern wrapped the game up in the 68th minute when a free-kick from Kimmich went inside for a goal after taking a touch from Furth midfielder Sebastian Griesbeck.

The home fans did have a reason to cheer at the end when Cedric Itten scored in the dying minutes of the match. A long season awaits Furth as they will have to improve fastly if they want to be in the Bundesliga. As for Bayern, the attention will turn to Champions League, as they host Dynamo Kyiv at home.

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