Munich and Londoners successfully launched the 2022-2023 campaign to return to school in Germany and England on Friday.
A week after winning the German Super Cup (5-3) in Leipzig, Bayern Munich outscored Frankfurt 6-1 (5-0 at half-time), sending a new message to the competition, and in August The German championship started on Friday the 5th. Eintracht ground. In London, Arsenal did not fall into the trap of neighboring Crystal and his Palace to take their first win of the season (2-0).
Bayern fix Pavard goalscorer Frankfurt
To start the 60th edition of the Bundesliga, the Munich wave fell on Kevin Trapp’s goal for half a minute. If Leipzig had succumbed after his first 15 minutes of play six days earlier, Eintracht only scored five minutes later when Joshua his Kimmich viciously let him slip out of smoke with his kick. Folded in the fog (1-0, 5th place).
Six minutes later, Benjamin Pavard scored Bayern’s second goal with a dry strike in a poorly fought back corner (2-0, 11th). And Bayern could have not just one but several players to replace Robert Lewandowski, an eight-season goal machine who moved to Barcelona this summer. The second headers were scored by Jamal Musciara (4-0, 35th) and Serge Gnabry (5-0, 43rd) just before the break.
Bayern were able to control the second half, but despite a poor recovery from Neuer, they benefited from ex-Nanthai Randall Kolo-Mouani, who scored his first goal for Frankfurt just after the hour mark. (5-1, 64th). Julian Nagelsmann took advantage of the opportunity to give Mattis Tell, who came on in the 65th minute, the first minutes of play, to replace Paul Wanner (16 years and 15 days in January 2022). At 17 years and 100 days, he became Bayern’s second-youngest player, after his first match in 2008. ). Midfielder Jamal Musciara came to strike the final nail just before the end of his time in regulation (6-1, 83rd). Bayern have sent the message that there is no question of missing out on an 11th consecutive title.
Ein Gelungener Auftakt in Frankfurt!
Gantz Starke Leistan, Menner!
— FC Bayern Munich (@FCBayern) August 5, 2022
Martinelli, Saka start Gunners against Palace
In England, Arsenal scored an encouraging 2-0 win at Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park in the opening game of the new Premier League season.
Reinforced by three recruits, notably ex-Marseille William Saliba, who returned from loan and was named Man of the Match in his league debut, Mikel Arteta’s players outperformed their opponents, especially for 21 minutes. showed the control. Opening the score headed by Gabriel Martinelli, receiving Zinchenko’s deflection in Saka’s corner (1-0, 20th).
It was a well-deserved goal after minutes of brilliant action from Manchester City’s Brazilian centre-forward Gabriel Jesus (4th). The Gunners then gradually brought Patrick Vieira players back into the game, but held out. After the game, Eagles captain Marc Gehi turned a strong center Bukayo Saka (2-0, 85th) into an own goal to give the North London players their first success.
3 points for Arsenal.
Perfect start to 2022/23 ✅ pic.twitter.com/u9liEGghBq
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) August 5, 2022