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It has the best attack and the most solid defense in the competition. Boateng, Coman and Green are absentees from the camp hosts.
Makes a great season and is on equal points with Bayern atop. He won 10 of their last 11 games. The last trip but lost to Ingolstadt , then registering the first defeat of the season.
But he recovered and won the last round with Hertha Berlin And it sits well in the offensive, with an average of more than two per game successful.
Compper, Gipson, Halstenberg, Klostermann, K. Papadopoulos and Keita will miss this game. Kaiser, Demme — Sabitzer, Forsberg — Ti. I think that Bayern has power to impose loosely here.
Even if you make a good season, Leipzig remains a noupromovata without experience of such tense matches.
I am counting on tarversata form Bavarians, who have won their last five games played. Bayern approaching averaged three goals per game at home in the league.
The subsequent delivery comes to nothing as Bayern clear their lines. Lewandowski makes a run off the outside shoulder of the defender, which is not at all what Ribery was anticipating, as his throughball runs safely into the arms of Gulacsi.
Nonetheless, that was another encouraging break from the hosts, who remain threatening. Sporting director Ralf Rangnick didn't win any of his last nine games against the record champions D3, L6.
Gulacsi makes an excellent run off his line to snuff out the latest attack, closing down the angle brilliantly to deny Lewandowski from making it four.
There should be no doubt about the result, but instead on building a good cushion in goal differential, which would go a long way in helping their title defence.
What was touted as a match between two title favourites has turned into a shockingly one-sided affair in Munich, as goals from Thiago, Xabi Alonso and Robert Lewandowski have provided them with a resounding lead at the interval over the 10 men of Leipzig, following Emil Forsberg's sending off.
Lewandowski converty confidently from the spot, and Bayern are running away with this one. Three goals to the good, and up a man, it's just about settled in Munich and we're not even at the half yet.
Costa gets on the end of a ball over the top and manages to poke it beyond Gulacsi, who sticks a foot out to take him to ground, after recognising he's been beaten.
No hesitation from the referee in pointing to the spot. The striker could take on his man, but lacks the confidence to do so, it seems, as he instead has a hopeful aim at goal from over 25 yards that drifts wide at the near post.
Their shape, which had been tattered and torn following Bayern's second goal, has been established once again, as they do their best to see this into half-time without any further damage being inflicted.
He's popping up all over attack, interchanging flanks with Costa as he so chooses. Another strong run, this time down the left, sees him whip in a cross, but Gulacsi is able to collect.
Lewandowski hasn't been the most involved in this first half, and needs to do a better job of making himself a target in the centre.
At this point, being down a man, their main goal will to be avoid what could turn into a potential thrashing at the hands of the likely soon to be league leaders.
By the way, Hummels is sporting a new look tonight. His hair is dyed golden blonde, with some darker roots still noticeable, perhaps intentionally, as they help match his facial hair - of which the colour is unchanged.
Bayern and Leipzig have won 36 points from their 15 games this season - more than Darmstadt 28 , Hamburg 29 , Wolfsburg 32 and Ingolstadt 32 have managed in the whole of Bad to worse for Leipzig!
The referee has the yellow card out in his hand, but doesn't show it right away as he tries to settle things down with tempers flaring.
This gives the assistant referee the opportunity to have a chat with the head official, who puts the yellow back in his pocket and pulls out a red!
It's a shocking challenge from Forsberg, who had no chance - or desire - to win the ball as he slides into the back of Lahm. It's an incredibly cynical and perilous challenge from the Swede, that prompts a spirited coming together of players for both teams at the halfway line.
Their unexpected title charge has hit a rocky patch tonight in Munich, and it's a big hill to climb now.
There's still over an hour to play, but they're not looking very capable of turning this around at the moment.
A poor ball into midfield puts Keita in possession, and he's stripped of it by Vidal. It comes to Lewandowski, who picks out Thiago, who rolls Alonso through on the right, and the Spaniard places the perfect finish in at the far post!
The visitors have barely had over 30 per-cent possession and they're already showing a few small cracks in the foundation.
They have an impressive record this season when playing from behind, but again, they don't face Bayern every week.
Excellent play in transition from Leipzig. They like to get bodies forward when they break, and this time in no different, as seven or eight blue shirts swarm the Bayern penalty area, but the end result is a rather weak effort from Demme that rolls harmlessly into the waiting arms of Neuer.
Bayern haven't been beaten by a top-flight debutant since October vs. They've won 12 such fixtures since then D1 - vs.
It's a devastating move down the left, orchestrated by Lahm and Robben. The full-back runs through on the end of the one-two and squares for Lewandowski.
The striker's first-time effort strikes off the near post, but Thiago is right there to tap home the rebound! Terrific dribbling from Costa!
Some excellent trickery and close control from the Brazilian sees him navigate passage beyond Bernardo on the flank and drill a low cross in towards the near post.
Gulasci can't hang on, spilling it into the danger area, but Halstenberg arrives with vital cover to clear before Robben can pounce!
The Dutchman makes a good run into space on the right, using his pace effectively, before cutting onto his left as he so often does.
He can't produce a good end product on this occasion, however, as his cross-cum-shot drifts high and wide of the top corner. They've shown it twice already tonight, forcing Bayern to instill a more cautious rhythm to their passing, so as not to be caught out.
The hosts are starting to settle in, however, looking increasingly comfortable in possession. Leipzig are doing an excellent job of keeping their shape and closing their gaps, just waiting for a stray pass from Bayern to pounce on and break.
No other newcomer can match this tally.