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Sa, 02/04/22, 15:30
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Bundesliga, Matchday 28
  1. goal
    63'Nils Petersen
Freiburg
SC Freiburg
1 : 4
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(0:0)
  1. goal
    58'Leon Goretzka
  2. goal
    73'Serge Gnabry
  3. goal
    82'Kingsley Coman
  4. goal
    90'+7Marcel Sabitzer
  1. goal
    58'Leon Goretzka
  2. goal
    63'Nils Petersen
  3. goal
    73'Serge Gnabry
  4. goal
    82'Kingsley Coman
  5. goal
    90'+7Marcel Sabitzer
Sa, 02/04/22, 15:30
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Bundesliga, Matchday 28
  1. 71'Christian Günter
Freiburg
SC Freiburg
1 : 4
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(0:0)
  1. 90'+2Dayot Upamecano
  1. 71'Christian Günter
  2. 90'+2Dayot Upamecano
Sa, 02/04/22, 15:30
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Bundesliga, Matchday 28
  1. substitution
    62'Nils Petersen for Roland Sallai
  2. substitution
    70'Hugo Siquet for Jonathan Schmid
  3. substitution
    85'Jeong Woo-Yeong for Manuel Gulde
  4. substitution
    85'Janik Haberer for Maximilian Eggestein
  5. substitution
    85'Noah Weißhaupt for Lucas Höler
Freiburg
SC Freiburg
1 : 4
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(0:0)
  1. substitution
    62'Jamal Musiala for Leon Goretzka
  2. substitution
    62'Corentin Tolisso for Lewandowski
  3. substitution
    73'Serge Gnabry for Benjamin Pavard
  4. substitution
    85'Marcel Sabitzer for Kingsley Coman
  5. substitution
    85'Süle for Corentin Tolisso
  1. substitution
    62'Nils Petersen for Roland Sallai
  2. substitution
    62'Jamal Musiala for Leon Goretzka
  3. substitution
    62'Corentin Tolisso for Lewandowski
  4. substitution
    70'Hugo Siquet for Jonathan Schmid
  5. substitution
    73'Serge Gnabry for Benjamin Pavard
  6. substitution
    85'Jeong Woo-Yeong for Manuel Gulde
  7. substitution
    85'Janik Haberer for Maximilian Eggestein
  8. substitution
    85'Noah Weißhaupt for Lucas Höler
  9. substitution
    85'Marcel Sabitzer for Kingsley Coman
  10. substitution
    85'Süle for Corentin Tolisso
Sa, 02/04/22, 15:30
·
Bundesliga, Matchday 28
Freiburg
SC Freiburg
1 : 4
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(0:0)
Stadium/AttendanceEuropa-Park Stadion, Freiburg im Breisgau34700 viewers
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Patient Bayern overcome Freiburg

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FC Bayern beat SC Freiburg 4-1 thanks to a strong second-half display, consolidating their lead in the table. Comeback kid Leon Goretzka handed Bayern the lead after half-time, sub Nils Petersen levelling the scores five minutes later. Serge Gnabry restored Bayern's lead before Kingsley Coman and Marcel Sabitzer settled the contest in the closing stages.

The Bavarians started with with Manuel Neuer in goal and Benjamin Pavard, Dayot Upamecano, Tanguy Nianzou and Lucas Hernández in defence. Joshua Kimmich and Goretzka featured in a twin holding role behind Coman, Thomas Müller and Leroy Sané, with Robert Lewandowski up front. Jamal Musiala, Corentin Tolisso, Gnabry and Sabitzer took over from Lewandowski, Goretzka, Pavard and Coman in the second half, with Niklas Süle replacing Tolisso in the closing stages.

No goals

The 34,700 crowd in Freiburg saw a first half that was full of attacking intent but short on chances. Bayern were dominant but struggled against the hosts' solid defence. Goretzka tested keeper Mark Flekken and Kimmich saw an effort blocked. Nianzou miscued a header and Sané had an effort from distance saved before the game entered a scrappy phase.

The match opened up a little towards the end of the first half, Roland Sallai drawing a comfortable save from Neuer. Flekken only just managed to parry Kimmich's goal-bound corner before Nico Schlotterbeck headed over at the other end. Flekken denied Coman before referee Christian Dingert blew for half-time.

Reds rev up

Coman's perceptive pass found Müller in the box, but the Bavarian struggled to control the ball at the beginning of a lively second half. Munich broke the deadlock when Goretzka beat Flekken to Kimmich's free-kick and headed in, crowning his comeback after four months on the sidelines. However, the joy did not last long, Vincenzo Grifo soon finding Petersen, who crashed home only seconds after coming off the bench.

Bayern restored the lead ten minutes later, Gnabry controlling a Hernández cross and poking the ball past Flekken with his first spell of possession. Musiala fired over the bar, Neuer denying Lucas Höler. Coman soon put the game to bed, latching onto Upamecano's long ball and beating Flekken. Kimmich miscued an effort, but the final flourish came deep into added time, Gnabry's cutback inviting Sabitzer to slot home.

The result means Bayern have 66 points from 28 matches, nine ahead of Dortmund, who take on Leipzig later on Saturday. The Bavarians will be back in action on Wednesday when they travel to face Villarreal in the Champions League.

Live match report for fcbayern.comby Greg Salmen

SC Freiburg - FC Bayern 1-4 (HT: 0-0)

SC Freiburg

Flekken - Gulde (Haberer 83), Lienhart, N. Schlotterbeck - Schmid (Siquet 69), Höfler, Eggestein (Jeong 80), Günter - Sallai (Petersen 61), Grifo - Höler (Weißhaupt 83)

Subs

Uphoff - Sildilla, K. Schlotterbeck

FC Bayern

Neuer - Upamecano, Pavard (Gnabry 72), Kimmich, Goretzka (Tolisso 61, Süle 84), Lewandowski (Musiala 61), Sané, Coman (Sabitzer 84), Hernández, Nianzou, Müller

Subs

Ulreich - Richards, Roca, Stanišić

Referee

Christian Dingert

Attendance

34,700

Goals

0-1 Goretzka (58), 1-1 Petersen (63), 1-2 Gnabry (73), 1-3 Coman (82), 1-4 Sabitzer (90+5)

Yellow Cards

Günter / Upamecano

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