Bayern Munich made a trip to England in the want to go top of Group B on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League. Playing at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the weight was on Mauricio Pochettino and Co. to convey before the home fans. Be that as it may, Spurs were forced to bear a determined Bayern invasion driven by previous Arsenal player – Serge Gnabry.
The German winger scored four objectives as Bayern eventually brought home three points with a scoreline of 2-7 in North London. Here are the subtleties from the previous evening’s down.
UEFA Champions League: Heung-min Son opens the scoring for Spurs in the principal half
Last season’s UEFA Champions League other participants – Tottenham Hotspur – got off to a brilliant beginning before the homegroup on matchday two. They indicated a great assaulting plan in the opening phases of the game which eventually prompted the principal objective scored by South Korean forward Heung-min Son in the twelfth moment.
In any case, Bayern Munich rushed to fight back as Joshua Kimmich evened out for the guests with a shocking strike only three minutes after the fact. Serge Gnabry began his paramount night with help to Polish striker Robert Lewandowski just before the half-time whistle to hand his side a bit of leeway heading into the break.