Bayern Munich has with force majeure, the German Supercup, her first prize of the football season, conquered. The German recordkampioen won against Eintracht Frankfurt – nota bene the previous club of new coach Niko Kovac – with a whopping 0-5. Robert Lewandowski scored a hat-trick, the other goals came from Kingsley Coman and Thiago Alcantara.
After a somewhat hesitant beginning, brought Bayern Munich to the press. That led halfway through the first half until the opening goal from Lewandowski, who is a cross of Kimmich with the head binnenwerkte. The spell was broken, and the 2-0 – this time in reference to Arjen Robben – quickly followed suit for the Pool. Just after the break completed Lewandowski his hat-trick after an assist from Thomas Müller. A few minutes later, it was also the only sunken Coman accurate, right after Frankfurt, a penalty claimed after an alleged error on Haller.
Bayern Munich had the last 12 minutes with a man less after all the substitutes already used up and Alaba injured last year. It prevented the Rekordmeister not through Thiago Alcantara is still the forfaitcijfers on the board to convert: 0-5 was the final score. For the 28-times Dutch champion and also the champion of the previous six seasons – it was the seventh Supercup from the club history and the third in a row.