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Leroy Sané in a duel with Marcus Thuram.
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Leroy Sané in a duel with Marcus Thuram. © IMAGO/Revierfoto

FC Bayern meets Borussia Mönchengladbach in the top game. With the fourth win in a row, Munich could refine their best start to the Bundesliga season so far. The game in the live ticker.

29 minutes: The next corner for FCB: Sommer can punch the ball out of the danger zone, but Bayern are back on the ball. Coman takes Sané with him, who simply pulls away after a strong one-two with Müller through the middle. His shot just goes over the crossbar, good action by the German international.

4th matchday: FC Bayern Munich – Borussia Mönchengladbach 0:0 (-:-)

FC Bayern line-up: Neuer – Pavard, Upamecano, Hernández, Davies – Kimmich, Sabitzer – Coman, Müller, Sané – Mané
Lineup Gladbach: Summer – Scally, Itakura, Elvedi, Netz – Koné, Kramer – Hofmann, Neuhaus, Plea – Thuram

25 minutes: Pavard fouls Neuhaus and Gladbach want to take the free kick quickly, but Kimmich stands in the way. Referee Schlager verbally admonishes the national player and leaves it at that.

22 minutes: After the protest action, the Bavarians step up a gear. First Mané missed the opening goal after a Kimmich corner, shortly afterwards it was Coman, who did not reward himself after a strong solo from a tight angle and carried the ball over the goal.

Protest action causes an interruption: two people occupy the Gladbach post

18 minutes: At a corner for FC Bayern, a protest action causes a brief interruption: two people apparently tried to attach themselves to the goalposts of Yann Sommer’s case. “Stop the fossil madness” was written on the shirt of the protesting people, as Sky commentator Wolff Fuss noted. The security service led the two away a short time later.

15 minutes: After a quarter of an hour it can be said that FC Bayern is controlling the action, but apart from the Upamecano header in the second minute, the Nagelsmann team haven’t created any really dangerous scoring chances so far.

12 minutes: Bayern continue to play forward and come to the next conclusion. Müller puts down for Kimmich, who checks Sommer with a low shot. But the Swiss national team keeper has no problems with the attempt.

9 minutes: And the next corner for FC Bayern. Sané wants to cross the ball in front of the goal, but his cross sails past friend and foe.

7 minutes: Both coaches continue to see a lively start to their teams. Bayern tackle Gladbach’s defense early on and get the balls that way.

5 minutes: Coman loses the ball on the right, but Upamecano makes up for it and slides the ball away from Koné. The situation could have developed into a dangerous counterattack.

First Bayern chance after two minutes: Sommer holds strong against Upamecano

2nd minute: And the corner brings the first chance! Upamecano climbs up after a Kimmich corner and puts the ball on target, but Sommer is on guard and clears the next corner, which doesn’t yield anything.

1st minute: Cheered on by the fans, Bayern let the ball circulate briefly in their own ranks before immediately going forward. Mané immediately gets going and gets the first corner in a duel with Itakura.

Update, 6:30 p.m.: The ball is rolling in the Allianz Arena!

Update, 6:28 p.m.: The organized fans of FC Bayern have prepared a great choreography – today the southern curve is celebrating its 50th anniversary! That should give the team extra motivation.

50 years of the southern curve: The Bayern fans impress with an elaborate choreography.
50 years of the southern curve: The Bayern fans impress with an elaborate choreography. © Sven Hoppe/dpa

Update, 6:20 p.m.: Ten minutes until the top game kicks off. Will Bayern get their fourth win in a row?

FC Bayern coach Nagelsmann explains Musiala’s absence: teenagers with “problems” on the bench

Update, 6:08 p.m.: Jamal Musiala is absent from the line-up against Gladbach today but is on the bench. Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann commented on Sky about the teenager’s absence from the starting XI. Musiala has “problems”, according to the coach, who did not go into detail. However, he could still come into play should he be needed.

Update, 5:46 p.m.: Today it is up to FC Bayern to lead the table, before the top game Union Berlin is in first place. Referee Daniel Schlager from Hügelsheim will be in charge of the game, and the 32-year-old will release the game in three quarters of an hour.

Update, 5:28 p.m.: One hour until kick-off, now the line-up is there. Julian Nagelsmann trusts the following eleven:
Neuer – Pavard, Upamecano, Hernández, Davies – Kimmich, Sabitzer – Sané, Müller, Coman – Mané

Vir top game against Gladbach: Union Berlin leaders, Bayern overtake?

Update from August 27, 5:06 p.m.: Julian Nagelsmann’s starting line-up should be announced in a few minutes. Which players does the head coach rely on in the top game against Borussia? With the exception of Leon Goretzka and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, everyone is on board.

Update from August 27, 4:47 p.m.: A little less than two hours until the top game of the fourth match day in the Bundesliga, FC Bayern welcomes Gladbach. Union Berlin, Bayern’s opponents next week, are currently leading 4-1 over Schalke and are therefore the current leaders. From 6.30 p.m. both FC Bayern and Gladbach can theoretically jump to first place.

Top game in the Allianz Arena: The leaders of the table welcome the second in the table

First report from August 27th:

Munich – Will Bayern get their fourth win in the fourth game of the season? After the best start to the season in Bundesliga history with nine points and a goal difference of 15:1 Borussia Monchengladbach a tough opponent. The second in the table is still undefeated, the foals have scored seven points so far. There will probably not be a furious shooting festival like last weekend at VfL Bochum (0: 7) for Bayern.

The 109th game between the two traditional clubs will take place on Saturday evening. Bayern and Gladbach have met each other 22 times since the 2011/12 season, winning nine times and drawing four times. This makes Borussia the club that has been able to wrest the most points from FC Bayern since then – the feared opponent, so to speak. Both teams could continue their series. The record champions have been unbeaten in eight home games, and the Gladbachers have remained undefeated in the last five away games.

Only two failures at Bayern: Julian Nagelsmann can draw on the full

Julian Nagelsmann was confident before the game, the Bayern coach has almost his entire squad available. Only Leon Goretzka and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting missing, otherwise the coach can draw on the full. “With the exception of the two, we have every opportunity tomorrow,” said the 35-year-old at the pre-game press conference. Nevertheless, he did not show his starting line-up for tonight.

It looks similar for the guests, only Stefan Lainer is missing, and Ramy Bensebaini wobbled before the game. Otherwise, coach Daniel Farke can fall back on all his players. “We’re going to Munich with respect, but without fear and with the conviction that we’ll be competitive if we play well in all areas,” said Farke. It will be seen in the evening whether his team will live up to the coach’s expectations. (ajr)

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