Bayern Munich drew with Leverkusen. /AFP
Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen, who lead the Bundesliga with the same points, opened the fourth round of the German Championship this Friday at the Allianz Arena with a spectacular clash that ended in a 2-2 draw. It ended in
Based on the points distribution, both teams remain at the top of the table with 10 points each after three wins and this Friday’s draw. Bayer Leverkusen, led by Xabi Alonso, are in the lead due to goal difference (+8 x +7), but this statistic is anecdotal for the first period of the season.
Thomas Tuchel’s side took the lead in the 7th minute with a header from Harry Kane, but Bayer Leverkusen’s Spaniard Alejandro Grimaldo took the lead in the 24th minute with a superb direct free-kick from 20 meters from goal. I caught up with the score. Sven Ulreich’s Reach.
Leon Goretzka thought he had done the most difficult thing, giving his country the lead in the 86th minute, but Argentina’s Equéquiel Palacios equalized again in stoppage time with a penalty awarded after VAR.
Bayern are scheduled to play two more home games next week, starting with Wednesday’s Champions League group opener against Manchester United, followed by next Saturday’s game against Bochum.
Meanwhile, Leverkusen begin their Europa League match against BK Hacken in Sweden on Thursday before hosting Heidenheim in the domestic championship next Sunday.