Give Wolfsburg Bayern in the Bundesliga defeat First Season

Give Wolfsburg Bayern in the Bundesliga defeat First Season

Give Wolfsburg Bayern in the Bundesliga defeat First Season

Wolfsburg – Bayern Munich get a negative result in the first official match in 2015. Die Roten were defeated 1-4 from the host Wolfsburg. This was their first defeat in the Bundesliga this season.

Hosted Wolfsburg at the Volkswagen Arena on Saturday (01/31/2015) pm dawn, Bayern actually appear dominant. Pep Guardiola’s team recorded the superior control of the ball 68:32. They also create more opportunities through 16 shots were seven of them on target. Meanwhile, Wolfsburg made 13 trials scored and six of them lead to the goal.

But, it was not too mean for Bayern difficult to disassemble the Wolfsburg defense. In contrast, attacks behind the home team proved to be very deadly.

Wolfsburg opened the scoring with a quick goal Bas Dost. Dost then doubled his side’s advantage at the end of the first half.

At the beginning of the second half, Kevin De Bruyne to bring Wolfsburg 3-0 lead. Juan Bernat could reduce the lag before De Bruyne Bayern scored again to make sure Wolfsburg won 4-1.

For Bayern, this is their first loss after undergoing 18 Bundesliga matches this season. However, they still top the standings with 45 points acquisition.

Thanks to this victory, Wolfsburg managed to cut away from Bayern. Die Wolfe was second with 37 points.

The game

Just four minutes of the game running, already rattled Wolfsburg Bayern goal. In a counterattack, Maximilian Arnold who was on the right side give feedback breakthrough to De Bruyne. Although it has a chance to shoot straight, De Bruyne chose to pass to Dost is not guarded. Dost not waste it. Horizontal shot conquer Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer.

Bayern chance to equalize in the 29th minute. However, kick first time David Alaba from the front of the box can be anticipated by Wolfsburg goalkeeper Diego Benaglio.

Instead of an equalizer, Bayern instead conceded again when the game entered injury time of the first half. Again Dost scored for Wolfsburg. Starting from Ricardo Rodriguez free kick, the ball bounced toward Dost standing slightly outside the penalty box. Without thinking, Dost immediately fired a volley which makes Neuer did not move.

The first half ended with the score 2-0 for excellence Wolfsburg.

Bayern get the next shock at the start of the second half, exactly 53 minutes. Through a lightning counter-attack, Wolfsburg scored again and lead 3-0. De Bruyne Bayern beat the offside trap when receiving feedback ripe Arnold and ran into the penalty box. Faced with Neuer, players numbered 14 calmly struck the ball into the goal.

Two minutes later, Bayern reduce the catch to be 1-3. Bernat which penetrate into the penalty box utilizing a misunderstanding between Benaglio and Naldo to score from close range.

Wolfsburg had a chance to add to his lead in the 57th minute. But, Arnold continued feedback flick header Dost soar. Moments later, a header Dost leads right into Neuer catches.

Other opportunities for the home side came in the 69th minute through the action of Luiz Gustavo. However, Gustavo left footed shot from outside the box is a little wide.

Benaglio made saves to thwart Arjen Robben scored in the 71st minute. He flew to ward off a free kick from Robben.

Wolfsburg actually scored the fourth goal for Bayern goalkeeper when the game was 73 minutes. Fast counter-attack weapons back so crippling Bayern. Arnold measurable feedback can be pursued De Bruyne who ran into the penalty box Bayern. Although overshadowed by Dante, De Bruyne managed to outwit the Brazilian defender before unleashing a left-foot shot off.

Claudio Pizarro waste a golden opportunity to attenuate the defeat of Bayern in the 85th minute. Sontekannya welcomes feedback Bernat still rising.

Teams
Wolfsburg: Benaglio; Vieirinha, Naldo, Knoche, Rodriguez; Arnold, Gustavo; Perisic (Schaefer 81 ‘), De Bruyne, Caligiuri (Hunt 86’); Dost (Bendtner 83 ‘)

Bayern Munich: Neuer; Boateng, Dante, Alaba; Rode (Weiser 51 ‘), Schweinsteiger, Alonso, Bernat; Robben, Lewandowski (Pizarro 71 ‘), Mueller (Goetze 71’)