BVB on the ground, FC Bayern on top: Hansi Flick has revived the reigning German champions in record time and led to a big Clásico victory against Borussia Dortmund.Im second game under Niko Kovac's successor Robert Lewandowski scored with a goal difference of 15 and 16 (17./76 minutes), Serge Gnabry (49.) and Mats Hummels (79.) in a 4-0 lead (1: 0) dominant success of German football champion. Flick commended himself impressively for a longer-term coaching solution in Munich with the gala against BVB and two victories to no-one's.
"Bayern was much better than us," said a disappointed Lucien Favre after the game. "We were not good, it was a big disappointment and many players were not there," the BVB coach continued. A week after the 1: 5 humiliation at Eintracht Frankfurt experienced the 75,000 spectators in the fast-paced 101st league classic FC Bayern, who went very dominant, well-ordered and with high passport security to works. Driven by record man Lewandowski, who met as the first Bundesliga player on eleven matchdays in succession, the Munich left in an intense game the guests no room for development. Defensively went already in the Champions League against Olympiakos Piraeus (2: 0) without conceding remaining Bayern in comparison to the Niko Kovac time as transformed to work. "Oh how is that nice," cried the Bayern fans – the BVB supporters fell silent. The aggressive from the outset Bayern had almost put a flash start. After 40 seconds, attentive guest keeper Roman Bürki rescued the onrushing Lewandowski. Although the BVB had announced, after the manager Michael Zorc classified as "horror balance" defeat series with 3:22 goals against it. But early Bayern set the stars – only they played in advance of both sides propagated "men's football". Leadership of Bayern discouraged the BVBDas 1: 0 by Lewandowski left an impact on the Borussia. After a loss of the ball by Achraf Hakimi to Kingsley Coman Bayern forced the lead, in which they vigorously followed. Ultimately, a cross from Benjamin Pavard found the Torgaranten Lewandowski. The Pole had escaped all and headed free-standing. That stood at the break only 1: 0, was mainly due Hummels. Before the eyes of national coach Joachim Loew the captain rescued several times in dire need. Hummels knocked heavily on the chest after a clarification act and demanded more courage from the colleagues. Nothing came offensively from his team. A free-kick by Raphael Guerreiro, who came in after 36 minutes for Jadon Sancho and crammed holes in midfield, was the only option. However, national goalkeeper Manuel Neuer did not have to intervene here either (45). "The first half was clear to Bayern," said Löw on TV channel "Sky" during the break. "The Bayern have put more pressure on the goal Dortmund looks anxious in the first half." His former assistant Flick could become a permanent solution, Löw.Für Flick and his team went on perfectly. A superb pass from Joshua Kimmich drove the strong Thomas Müller forward. The cross missed the hard-hit Lewandowski, but Gnabry was there. But it was not until the Bayern bosses in the stands were able to cheer. Because the video assistant had to clear up first that Müller had not been offside. There was not much lacking, and Gnabry would have increased to Coman's pass to 3: 0. Lewandowski aimed too precisely and missed the decision. Only after a double pass with Müller she got Lewandowski. Dortmund took offensively late, which was mainly due to the team closed and energetic Munich defensive work. After an hour together with Marco Reus substitute Paco Alcacer suddenly had the chance to 2: 1 (69). But the Spaniard jumped the ball. The league scare balance for black and yellow in Munich continues: Six defeats and 3:26 goals.