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The Bundesliga continues at full throttle, and on this Sunday (27), Bayern Munich defeated Augsburg 3-1 at the Allianz Arena in the second round. The goals were scored by Uduokhai (own goal) and Harry Kane, who found the net twice. Beljo scored a consolation goal for the visitors.
With this result, the Bavarians climbed to the second position with six points, trailing only Union Berlin. Their next match will take place on Saturday (2) against Borussia Monchengladbach.
Despite the outcome, the contest between the teams was evenly balanced in the first half. Bayern held 57% of possession but lagged in the number of shots (six versus seven), yet they were more effective.
The scoring was opened at the 32nd minute with an own goal by Uduokhai. Shortly after, at the 39th minute, the sharpshooter Harry Kane made his mark. The striker confidently converted a penalty to increase the lead for the home team.
The second half presented a different scenario, with Bayern showcasing their technical and numerical superiority, registering 13 shots compared to Augsburg’s three. The opposing goalkeeper made some good saves, but it wasn’t enough to stop Harry Kane, who netted his third goal of the match at the 23rd minute. In the dying moments of the game, at the 41st minute, Beljo scored a consolation goal for the visitors with a shot from inside the box.