Bayern Munich is on the way to historical treble with the German Cup win against Bayer Leverkusen

Bayern Munich He peaked in an exciting German Cup final and defeated Bayer Leverkusen 4-2, retaining his 20th title and continued on for a historic treble.
David Alaba’s striking free kick and Serge Gnabry’s clinical finish Bayern Hans-Dieter Flick’s side already had a hand on the trophy as a commanding bullet was moving halfway through.

However, Leverkusen responded well in the second half and had a golden opportunity to halve the deficit with substitute Kevin Volland.

Moussa Diaby increased the breeze of Alphonso Davies, considered the fastest player of German football, and put it on a plate for Volland, who abused the ball effort and completely missed the shot.

It would be the final determining moment for Bayern to go to almost the other end and after a nightmare moment for Lukas Hradecky, Leverkusen saw the goalkeeper Robert Nickandowski hit his own net.

Bayern players celebrate winning the German Cup in a completely empty Olympiastadion.

The goal of the Polish scorer – certainly not the most beautiful of all – would land and increase the total number of records this season to 50.

Leverkusen eventually scored with Sven Bender, but Lewandowski was a little more than a consolation to make the game the second – and this season only 51 in 43 games – in less than a minute 4-1. .

There was still time for the video assistant referee to add and add extra drama after being admitted that Davies had handled the ball in the penalty area. Kai Havertz, one of the most exciting abilities of world football, went up to that line and squeezed the ball into the upper corner.

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Havertz was disappointed knowing that the goal was in vain, and almost like a cruel joke, the referee Tobias Welz blew the whistle full time when the ball settled behind the net.

Bayern Munich beat the German Cup by beating Bayer Leverkusen 4-2.

Football has continued without fans for several weeks since the sport’s return to Europe after the coronavirus crash, but even the noise of the fans of the teams makes even such an event feel a bit empty.

As Bayern players lift the trophy, you may have heard clearly that their cries and cries of joy echo around Berlin’s empty stands of Olympiastadion.

Non-supporter stadiums have been described by many as ‘new normal’, but lack of atmosphere will not be something players will want to get used to. Some matches, such as the socially distant local cup finals in Hungary and Denmark, hope that fans can return in the near future.

When the Bundesliga title has already been completed, Bayern is now only two-thirds of completing his second treble in the club’s history.

The 16-year Champions League tour against Chelsea, the perennial German champion, has a seemingly insurmountable 3-0 lead after Bayern’s first leg in London on February 25.

Robert Lewandowski scored the 50th and 51st goals of an incredible season.

Bayern will now be among the favorites to secure the Champions League title when the competition restarts next month in a modified manner. The remaining fixtures will be completed in August and will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, through single vineyards.

For now, Bayern will dominate German football and the fifth domestic couple in the last 10 seasons.

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