Football Goals: Dortmund – Bayern Munich match ended in draw

Football Goals: Dortmund – Bayern Munich match ended in draw

Modeste made a last-gasp equalizer to complete a two-goal comeback to give Dortmund a 2-2 draw against Bayern Munich. Follow for more football goals news here!

The visitor Bayern Munich drew the first blood of the match as Leon Goretzka scored a goal at the 33rd minute mark with a perfect low strike into the bottom-left corner. The momentum shifted to the visiting squad as before the halftime break, Dortmund Midfielder Emre Can lost possession, even though he felt that he was fouled. He carried the emotion and bringing down Gnabry resulted in a yellow card booking on his side. You can visit us for free football prediction sites. 

Leroy Sane followed the run as he fired low and hard on the way to the  goal, passing the ball through Meyer’s hands. Bayern München 2 – 0 Borussia Dortmund!

The Much-Anticipated Bundesliga match did not disappoint.

The match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich (two of the top contenders in Bundesliga) is packed with exciting goals, actions, and audience engagement. The entire 50 – 60 minutes of match was in favor of the visitor. Leon Goretzka and Leroy Sane responsible for the 2-0 lead of Bayern Munich made an assurance that the momentum and the favors will be on the side of Bayern Munich. But then, the impressive 2-2 comeback by Dortmund started. Youssoufa Moukoko steers a left-footed strike past Neuer. Thanks to Modeste’s beatdown of the challenge by Upamecamo before he offloaded to Moukoko and the forward finished the attack with a ball that found the back of the net.

Speaking of Anthony Modeste, he made a lasting impact for Dortmund in this match as he made a goal in the extended time to equalize the match and reject the death. Modeste atones for his bitter production for the team this past games with a header at the back post with an assist from Schlotterbeck to give Dortmund a share of the spoils. With this goal, he denied Bayern Munich victory and sealed the draw, enough to electrify the fans who witnessed the amazing 2-2 comeback from their players.

Julian Naggelsman felt disappointments

“Had we scored that third goal then the game would have been over,” Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann said. “But then we concede a goal out of a not so dangerous situation. We definitely should have defended better. The last two or three minutes, with fewer players, it was an open game.”

“It is frustrating for us but that’s the way it is. Overall it’s a fair result.”

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