Borussia Monchengladbach turned the table at its guest Bayern Munich’s head by converting two goals behind to a 3-2 victory, on Friday, in the 15th round of the German League.
The match started at a rapid pace with both teams, but they failed to reach the goals at any opportunity in the first quarter of an hour.
In the 18th minute, the referee resorted to VAR and awarded a penalty kick in favor of Bayern, due to Newhouse touching the ball with his hand inside the area, which was carried out by Robert Lewandowski and scored the first goal of the match.
Leon Goretska managed to stop the start of the Monchengladbach attack, launch the ball and pass it to Sani, who returned it to him again, before the German international kicked it in the opponent’s direction’s goal, scoring the second goal for Bayern in the 26th minute.
10 minutes before the end of the first half, Moenchengladbach reduced the score after managing to put pressure on the Bavarian defense and extracted the ball from him to reach Jonas Hoffmann, who deposited it into the net.
With the start of the second half, and exactly in the 49th minute, Monchengladbach surprised his guest with an early goal through a powerful shot from Florian Neuhaus on the edge of the penalty area, Neuer could not stop it, and the landowners advanced in the result.
Despite Bayern’s control over the course of the game after the third goal by Monchengladbach, the latter’s defense stood an impenetrable block in front of Sumire’s goal, and thus kept their advance to the end of the match in their favor by 3-2.
With this result, Bayern stuck at 33 points, threatening to lose the top of the standings later, while Gladbach raised his score to 24 points and settled in seventh place.