Bayern Munich showed their outstanding performance at the DFB-Pokal, by defeating Bremer SV by a massive score of 12-0. Munich went face to face with the fifth-tier Bremer, in the first round of the league on Wednesday. They completely shattered their opponent with their extreme efficiency, and Bremer SV had no answers in return. They certainly had bad luck when they gave their own goal to their opposition, which was done unintentionally by Jan-Luca Warm.
The match kicked off at the Weserstadion, where Munich completely dominated their opposition. Goals came in regular intervals and when it is coming to the stats, Bayern Munich is also way ahead. They took a total of 36 shots with 27 of them were on target. On the other hand Bremer SV only took 7, with 1 on target.
Also, Bayern Munich played 612 passes, while Bremer performed only 287, with a ball possession of 68% and 32% respectively. Bremer had a pass accuracy of 69% whereas, Munich had a massive accuracy of 89%. The only thing in which Bremer was better in this match is on fouls. They only did 7 fouls, whereas Munich did 12.
The goals scored by Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich completed destroyed Bremer SV, where goals came on regularly. In the first half, they scored 5 goals, and in the second phase, they netted 7. Eric Maxim Choupo Moting scored four goals overall, with three in the first half, and 1 in the second. Jamal Musiala scores two goals one before halftime, and one after the break.
In the early second half, Malik Tillman scored first in the 47th minute, and in one minute only, Jamal Musiala scored the second of the second half, in the 48th minute. The next goal, i.e., the 8th goal of the match came in the 65th minute, scored by Leroy Sane.
With the remaining 10 minutes of the game, Bayern Munich was even the most violent and netted four goals in a row. Michael Cuisance scored in the 80th minute, and Eric Maxim Choupo Moting netted in 82nd. Bouna Sarr and Corentin Tolisso scored the last two goals of the match in the 86th and 88th minute, respectively.