Kane on target as Bayern hold on to win 4-3 thriller against Man United

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Kane on target as Bayern hold on to win 4-3 thriller against Man United

Bayern Munich started their Champions League Group A campaign with a 4-3 victory over Manchester United. The German side scored two goals in four minutes in the first half to take control of the match. Despite some defensive mistakes, Bayern remained unbeaten in their last 28 Champions League group stage home matches. The game ended with a flurry of late goals, with United scoring twice and Bayern hitting the woodwork. Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel expressed satisfaction with the result but acknowledged that there are still areas to improve upon.

United, who had previously lost their last two matches, conceded three goals or more in three consecutive games for the first time since 1978. The match started well for United, with Christian Eriksen’s shot being saved by Bayern’s goalkeeper. However, a mistake by United’s Andre Onana allowed Bayern to take the lead through Leroy Sane’s shot. Bayern extended their lead with a goal from Serge Gnabry, assisted by Jamal Musiala. United managed to score through Rasmus Hojlund’s deflected effort, but Bayern quickly restored their two-goal advantage with a penalty converted by Harry Kane. The match ended with Casemiro scoring twice for United and Mathys Tel scoring for Bayern.

Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel emphasized the importance of the result for the team’s confidence and development. However, he also acknowledged that there are still areas that need improvement. United coach Erik ten Hag expressed disappointment with the result and believed that his team should have taken at least a point from the match. He acknowledged that they are going through a difficult period but emphasized the need to create their own luck.

In the other Group A match, Galatasaray managed to secure a 2-2 draw against 10-man Copenhagen. Copenhagen took a 2-0 lead with goals from Diogo Goncalves and Mohamed Elyounoussi, but Galatasaray staged a late comeback with goals from Sacha Boey and substitute Tete. Copenhagen’s Elias Jelert was sent off in the 73rd minute.

Overall, Bayern Munich made a strong start to their Champions League campaign with a thrilling victory over Manchester United.

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