Football NewsBayern Munich made a history against Tigres
Post image

Bayern Munich made a history on Thursday night against Tigres. One goal was enough for lifting the CWC trophy.


Tactic that won the CWC final game

Hans Flick was very serious regarding the tactic. He started with an interesting strategy – 4:2:3:1. Robert Lewandowski was in the attacking line as always. He was playing and staying in the penalty area of Tigres. Mexican club’s defenders main goal was stopping Robert Lewandowski’s movement in the box. He was very active and movement was very interesting because he was not stopping in one position. Thomas Muller tested positive for covid-19 and missed the match. So, Flick had to change the strategy and starting line-up. So, Sane was playing on the left wing. At the same time, Gnabry was playing on the right wings. Coman was replacing Muller and his main target was helping Robert Lewandowski in the box.

One goal scored in the second half

Bayern Munich started the game with intense attacks. Team tried their best to score an early goal. Actually, Bayern scored an early goal but it was disallowed. VAR found out that Joshua Kimmich was in the offside. In the second half, Bayern Munich started with the same attacking options. In the 59th minute, Bayern scored the only goal in the match. After the pass from Robert Lewandowski, French defender Pavard could score a goal. Tigres has only one shot in the first half but they could not make any impact in the second half. Mexican clubs were mostly defending and it was their only option against German giants. Keep in mind that Bayern Munich could score more goals but they failed. By the end of the match, Flick made four substitutions and let the starting line-up players rest a bit.