Bayern Munich restored their lead at the top of the Bundesliga once more after comfortably seeing off Eintracht Frankfurt at the Allianz Arena, avenging their humiliating 5-1 loss to the same opponent at the start of the season as reported by Allfootball.com.
Thomas Muller and Alphonso Davies were once again pivotal figures for Bayern Munich as the champions saw off Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 on Saturday, restoring their four-point cushion at the Bundesliga summit ahead of Tuesday’s Klassiker with second in the table, Borrusia Dortmund.
Muller and Davies have been revelations for Bayern this term and both were as crucial as ever with a goal and an assist each, though their side’s defending left plenty to be desired prior to a potentially pivotal match against Borussia Dortmund.
There was nothing surprising about the pattern of the first period at the Allianz Arena, however, and Bayern were fully deserving of their comfortable half-time lead of 2-0, the excellent Muller setting up Leon Goretzka before then getting on the scoresheet himself.
Defensive lapses early in the second half showed a chink in Bayern’s armour, however, as Martin Hinteregger netted twice in quick succession from corners after Robert Lewandowski had made it 3-0, but Davies’ well-taken goal in the 61st minute was followed by an own goal by Frankfurt’s Austrian centre-back to ensure a home victory.