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UCL: SAL vs Bayern


Patson Daka is a doubt but the possibility of his encounter with Robert Lewandowski as Red Bull Salzburg host European champions Bayern Munich in Group A third match.

The first time that nearly passed the knockout round against Liverpool or Napoli last season it was a disappointing start for Jesse Marsch's side this time around. Salzburg was held 2-2 by Lokomotiv Moscow on the opening day, with Vitaly Lisakovich equalizing for the Russian club at the end of the match after the Austrians went upstream to lead the match. Marsch's teachers and students turned the tables again after being 1-0 down at Atletico Madrid, with Dominik Szoboszlai in great form on the left flank helping them to lead 2-1 before Joao Felix left the Austrian club empty-handed. a 3-2 defeat. With two upcoming matches with Bayern, the chances of entering Austria's knockout round are slim. Now it may be a case to ensure they continue to compete in Europe by placing them above Lokomotiv in 3rd place in order to continue their play in the Europa League.

Bayern have scored 24 goals in six rounds, breaking the record set by Borussia Mönchengladbach in 1973/74. Lewandowski has missed 15 Bundesliga games since joining Bayern in the summer of 2014. Müller netted his 122nd Bundesliga goal, surpassing Miroslav Klose and Lothar Matthäus in Germany's all-time top strikers list. by Bayern. This resulted in Müller's 260th win in the Bundesliga, which is equal to Oliver Kahn's best, albeit in fewer games (357 vs. 429). Gnabry has scored 7 goals in six times against Cologne in his career and Choupo-Moting has his first Bundesliga game since April 2017. Serge Gnabry and Thomas Müller scored without Robert Lewandowski as Bayern Munich risen to the top of the group. ranking the Bundesliga with a victory in Cologne by a score of 2-1. With no win in the Bundesliga since March, Cologne started with confidence and joy but in the 14th minute, when top free-kicker Lewandowski was given a rare break, Müller opened the scoring from the penalty spot. Timo Horn was only able to deflect Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting's header, but Gnabry made no mistake with his strike in the first half. Hansi Flick pulled Sane out of the field after just an hour, Douglas Costa was his replacement, but failed to make a mark. 




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