Sadio Mane grabs loud hailer to celebrate first Bundesliga goal with Bayern Munich fans


It caused a huge cloud of smoke over Frankfurt’s goal and may have even helped the visitors when Kimmich scored through the haze with a free kick on the right post in the fifth minute. Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp, who expected a cross, reacted too late.

Pavard made it 2-0 in the 11th on a rebound from a blocked attempt by Muller.

“With the two early goals, the game went in a certain direction,” said Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner. “We were too wild, we wanted too much. And if you give such an attack so much space, you see what comes out.”

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Bayern had to wait until the 29th for Mane to get the third with a header to Gnabry’s floating cross. It was the Senegalese forward’s first goal in the Bundesliga after his transfer from Liverpool.

Muller tapped Musiala in the 35th and Gnabry got the fifth just before half time.

Only the break provided relief for the troubled home team.

Glasner responded with three substitutions in the break and was rewarded with a much more encouraging performance in the second half.

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New signing Kolo Muani forced a mistake by overconfident goalkeeper Manuel Neuer to score on his league debut in the 64th.

But the visitors never panicked. Musiala showed good footwork before scoring his second in the 83rd.



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