Julian Nagelsmann was able to celebrate the next goal show of his FC Bayern on TV at home.
The 34-year-old, who built a "small analysis center" with a large screen, laptop and iPad in his kitchen after a corona infection, was happy about an entertaining 4-0 (2-0) for the Munich team in football on Saturday -Bundesliga against TSG Hoffenheim.
In front of 60,000 spectators in the not sold out Allianz Arena, Serge Gnabry (16th minute), world footballer Robert Lewandowski (30th) and the jokers Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (82nd) and Kingsley Coman (87th) documented the great difference in quality with their goals . The goals were enthusiastically cheered by Bayern fans, and for the first time since March 2020, 75,000 spectators were allowed in Munich on Saturday. The south curve sang and danced along loudly.
Substitute head coach Dino Toppmöller, who represented Nagelsmann in the Champions League as in the 4-0 win against Benfica Lisbon, experienced great scenes in the Hoffenheim penalty area even before Gnabry made it 1-0. Thomas Müller served Lewandowski, after taking the ball with him, he just barely missed the TSG goal with a well-dosed lob (2nd). Gnabry scored the 1-0 after eight minutes - but Jamal Musiala had fouled in the formation, which the video assistant punished.
A little later, Bayern and their home office trainer, who wanted to be in contact with the team on site, were actually able to cheer for the leadership they deserved. After a quick pass combination, Musiala put on for national team colleague Gnabry, who finished dry. At 2-0, Müller (32) played all his cleverness against Chris Richards (21), who was loaned to Hoffenheim by Bayern. Lewandowski netted the Müller pass - rather unusual for him - from 20 meters with a fantastic shot. His tenth goal of the season.
The Hoffenheim team, who were in the care of the former amateur coach Sebastian Hoeneß from Munich and were still in the mood for a 5-0 win against 1. FC Köln a week ago, had no chances to score before the break.
A volley from Ihlas Bebou after the break was the first possibility.
But the ball just passed (50th).
FC Bayern continued to act more forcefully.
"I think there is still something going on," speculated substitute goalkeeper Sven Ulreich, who was working on the comeback, on the stadium microphone during the break.
He should be right a week after the 5-1 win in Leverkusen.
Gnabry failed because of Hoffenheim's keeper Oliver Baumann (46th).
Musiala (52nd) and Marcel Sabitzer (53rd) just missed the goal with their long-range shots.
Like Robert Skov (71st) and Georginio Rutter (72nd) on the other side.
Baumann was back with a header from Choupo-Moting (81st).
A minute later he was powerless with the “Choupo” dust collector.
As with Coman's final goal, who had no trouble finishing 4-0 after a long pass.Keywords: julian nagelsmann, team, robert lewandowski, fc bayern, munich, thomas müller, show, goal show, players, class, bench, line-up, serge gnabry, bundesliga, dino toppmöller