Bayern Munich – Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1, Bayern in the German Cup final

Bayern Munich met Frankfurt in the German Cup semi-finals on Tuesday. And the Bavarian club can thank Lewandowski.

Bavaria led the debates during the first period. The Bavarian club attempted 9 strikes to the cages of former PSG goalkeeper Kevin Trapp in the first act.

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A first period in which Robert Lewandowski’s teammates opened the scoring, although it was not due to the Polish international. However, the action of the case was initiated by the Munich striker.

Lewandowski served on his right Müller who fed Perisic with a touch alone for the opposite goal. The latter picked up his head, giving Trapp no ​​chance of scoring points.

In the second half, Bavaria withdraws and Frankfurt passes on to the locals. But Bavaria remains dangerous.

Proof of the hour, with Coman able to earn Kimmich from his right flank. It last called on Trapp with a sudden strike. However, PSG’s former doorman responded presently.

Adi Hutter’s men’s efforts would pay off as Da Costa leveled 20 minutes from the end. But Lewandowski kept watch. The formidable Bayern striker would give his team a decisive advantage a quarter of an hour from the end. A reflex strike from the law on a new offer signed Müller.

Nothing will be highlighted in this section. 2-1 final score. Bayern can thank a Lewandowski always so confidently.