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Bayern Munich’s DFB Cup Triumph Over Münster

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Bayern Munich’s DFB Cup Triumph Over Münster

“Preußen Münster vs. Bayern Munich: DFB Cup Clash Preview”

The Matchup
In an eagerly anticipated DFB Cup first-round tie, Bayern Munich heads to Preußen Münster, a team competing in Germany’s third tier, 3. Liga. While Bayern boasts an unbeaten streak, Münster’s campaign hasn’t started as strongly, sitting closer to the relegation zone than promotion.

Münster’s Form
Münster has secured eight points out of a possible 21, with just one win in four home games this season. Malik Batmaz leads their scoring charts with two goals, both coming in the same fixture on Matchday 3. Notably, goalkeeper Johannes Schenk, on loan from Bayern, has yet to make an appearance for Münster. Former USA international Andrew Wooten, with 52 goals in 169 Bundesliga 2 appearances, brings valuable experience to the squad.

Kane’s Impact
Harry Kane, the prolific signing for Bayern Munich, has been in sensational form. In their recent 7-0 victory over Bochum, Kane not only scored a hat-trick but also provided two assists, taking his overall goal involvements to eight in seven appearances across all competitions. His remarkable performance sets the stage for a potential DFB Cup debut.

Bayern’s Rotation
Bayern Munich, with a busy schedule, is expected to rotate its lineup. Key players like Jamal Musiala, Serge Gnabry, and Thomas Müller may return to action. New signing Raphaël Guerreiro is set to make his debut, and Daniel Peretz could make his first appearance in goal.

Match Stats

  • Kane averages a goal or assist every 43.8 minutes for Bayern.
  • Mathys Tel, at just 17 years and 126 days, became Bayern’s youngest-ever scorer in last season’s first-round win.
  • Bayern, a record 20-time DFB Cup winner, aims to end its three-season trophy drought.
  • In their only previous meeting, Bayern defeated Münster 4-1 in the 2014/15 first round.
  • Thomas Müller, currently 10th in the all-time DFB Cup scorers list, has 33 goals in 64 appearances.
  • Bayern’s coach, Thomas Tuchel, won the 2016/17 DFB Cup with Dortmund and has only lost to non-Bundesliga opposition three times in 24 cup games.

Probable Lineups
Münster: Schulze Niehues – Koulis, Kok (c), Hahn – Kyerewaa, Mrowca, Bazzoli, Preißinger, Böckle – Grodowski, Batmaz

Bayern: Peretz – Mazraoui, Upamecano, Kim, Krätzig – Kimmich – Gnabry, Müller (c), Musiala, Tel – Choupo-Moting

This exciting DFB Cup clash promises an intriguing matchup between a Bundesliga giant and an ambitious third-tier side. Stay tuned for live updates!

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By- Sahiba Suri

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