Returning to the Bundesliga after beating Sevilla 2-1 and winning the European Super Cup, Bayern struggled to justify the success of the team that had just claimed the title. But the teachers and students of Hansi Flick also crashed with a loss at Hoffenheim in a match that Bayern won 6-0.
The absence of Lewandowski-the top striker has always been the top kick in the last two years, and the defensive center star, Leon Goretzka, has left Bayern very poor. Young talent Joshua Zirkzee is ranked as the key stone in a position of spearhead and is too young to be responsible. Tolisso also did not do a decent job of helping the defense from the center of the ground, though Boateng unexpectedly performed badly.
The goal from the 16-minute corner-Bicakcic went to the far corner, took the ball to Davies’ head and into the net-a further uncertainty for Bayern. Meanwhile, the stronger Hoffenheim, and the momentum they had applied, saw the Bayern defender making an error leading to a second score, just eight minutes later. Pavard took the lead, and Dabbur took the opportunity to dive, knocking down Manuel Neuer with a technical pitch.
In order to improve the level of play, coach Hansi Flick launched Lewandowski and Goretzka in the 57th minute, followed by Comma in the 72nd minute. But, when those ties were not successful, Bayern conceded the third goal. 77 minutes after Bebou ‘s cross from the right into the 16m50 area, Kramaric held the ball for a beat, and then he fired Neuer.
This goal more or less killed Bayern’s will, when Hoffenheim was kicking in
Kramaric almost scored more with a shot on the bar in the 88th minute. But the striker didn’t regret too long, because in the 90th minute, Hoffenheim was rewarded with a penalty because Neuer raced Bebou backward, and Kramaric successfully shot 11 meters away, securing a 4-1 win for the home team.