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Bundesliga: TSG vs Bayern

Hoffenheim won 3-2 against Koln on away field in the opening round with Kramaric's shining display, but this second round will be the ultimate challenge to welcome defending champions Bayern Munich. Although Hoffenhem has the fulcrum at home, the possibility of them being empty-handed before the new Gray Lobster wins the European Super Cup is extremely high.

Hübner (ankle), Nordtveit (leg), Stafylidis (shoulder) are all injured, so they are absent. Chelsea and Liverpool are believed to have identified Hoffenheim youth player Nick Breitenbucher as a possible transfer target. The 17-year-old, dubbed the 'Next Arjen Robben', has contributed 13 goals and three assists in 16 youth appearances this season, and Breitenbucher has two years left on his contract at Hoffenheim. Andrej Kramaric's hat-trick ensured Hoffenheim's start to victory under Sebastian Hoeneß with a 3-2 win at Cologne. Hoeneß was the first Hoffenheim coach to win his first Bundesliga game since Markus Gisdol - the current head of Cologne - against Düsseldorf in April 2013 (3-0).

Bayern showed why they won the Bundesliga eight years in a row with the opening goal in their first strike. Gnabry had a left-footed shot that left Ralf Fährmann no chance and Bayern doubled the lead with ruthless efficiency, Müller scoring the first assist of the season with a kick against Goretzka to score against the team. his old shadow. Ozan Kabak used unauthorized measures to stop Lewandowski but the Polish striker still accounts for the season from the penalty spot. Niklas Süle also hit the post before Schalke was released with a whistle to end the first half. Their relief lasted exactly 16 minutes and 15 seconds before Sane scored for Gnabry in his second and Bayern's fourth, in that very combination.