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Bayern Munich’s Unbeaten Streaks Continue After Defeating Man United in Goal-filled UCL Opener

In their Champions League opener, Bayern Munich secured a 4-3 victory against Manchester United, continuing their remarkable 35-match unbeaten streak in the group stage.

The match began with Manchester United surprisingly outperforming Bayern, preventing their rivals from finding their rhythm. Christian Eriksen almost gave United an early lead, but Alphonso Davies thwarted his shot on the goal line.

However, Bayern eventually found their stride, scoring two goals in just four minutes. André Onana successfully parried a shot from Leroy Sané to score the first goal, and Jamal Musiala’s brilliant dribbling set up Serge Gnabry for the second.

Man United managed to pull one back in the second half as Rasmus Højlund found the net after a defensive lapse by Bayern. Nevertheless, Bayern was awarded a penalty after a handball by Eriksen, which Harry Kane expertly converted.

Bayern came close to a fourth goal, with Sané hitting the woodwork after an excellent setup by Musiala. United struggled to mount a comeback but received a lifeline as Casemiro scored. Bayern swiftly responded, sealing the victory with Mathys Tel’s composed finish.

Towards the end of their drama, Casemiro scored again for Manchester United from a Bruno Fernandes free-kick, but time ran out, and Bayern emerged victorious in this memorable UCL encounter.

Ismail Hammed

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