Reigning champ Bayern Munich opened the Bundesliga season with a 1-1 draw at Borussia Monchengladbach on Friday, with the hosts enraged at the arbitrator for denying them a late punishment.
Dayot Upamecano twice appeared as though he surrendered a punishment in the late phases of his Bayern debut, however ref Marco Fritz waved play on and got no logical inconsistency from the video ref regardless of clear contact from the French protector on comrade Markus Thuram on the two events.
“He connects above, he connects underneath. It’s insane,” Gladbach skipper Lars Stindl said of the primary occurrence in the 81st moment when Thuram would have experienced on goal.”It’s a reasonable objective, it a 100% objective possibility. Three meters from objective, he taps it in, we go 2-1 up,” Stindl said.
Gladbach mentor Adi Hutter was reserved for his fights in his first alliance game accountable for the host group.
Partner Julian Nagelsmann was making his presentation as Bayern mentor.
Alassane Plea gave the hosts the lead in the tenth moment yet Robert Lewandowski evened out in the 42nd.Hutter’s call to begin American young person Joe Scally on the left of safeguard for his Bundesliga debut paid off as the 18-year-old again dazzled after his fine exhibition in the German Cup last end of the week.
Around 23,000 allies were permitted at the game under new guidelines that grant up to 25,000 or half limit, whichever is more prominent. Hardly any fans were permitted at any games last season because of the danger of Covid contaminations.
Gladbach’s Patrick Herrmann streaked a decent possibility simply wide from the beginning and the hosts botched a far better chance presently thereafter, when Herrmann picked to pass to Lars Stindl as opposed to shooting. Bayern’s disordered guard cleared the risk.
Serge Gnabry missed when he just had the goalkeeper to beat, yet else it was all Gladbach and Stindl set up Plea for the opener.
Goalkeeper Yann Sommer denied Lewandowski a prompt reaction, of course a brief time frame some other time when Bayern’s seat was ready to celebrate. Josip Stanisic was close to test the Gladbach manager.
Stanisic, who typically plays for Bayern’s stores, was showing up because of Benjamin Pavard’s lower leg injury.
However, the equalizer came from a natural source. Lewandowski advanced beyond his marker to volley in Joshua Kimmich’s corner before the break.
Sommer pulled off more saves in the subsequent half _ he made nine through and through _ however Gladbach came more like a late champ.