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Volksparkstadion (Hamburg)

HSV 1-2 Bayern Munich

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Bayern Munich beat HSV 2-1 in their Bundesliga match at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg.

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Goals
37 mins — HSV vs Bayern Munich 0-1 — Lewandowski penalty vs HSV
53 mins — HSV vs Bayern Munich 1-1 — Xabi Alonso own goal vs Bayern Munich
61 mins — HSV vs Bayern Munich 1-2 — Lewandowski goal vs HSV
Match Stats
7
1
21
2
3
30%
4
0
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
20
5
11
7
1
70%
2
0

HSV Starting Lineup

G - 15 - René Adler
D - 2 - Dennis Diekmeier
D - 3 - Cleber
D - 5 - Johan Djourou
D - 22 - Matthias Ostrzolek
M - 7 - Ivo Ilicevic
M - 8 - Lewis Holtby
M - 14 - Aaron Hunt
M - 27 - Nicolai Müller
M - 40 - Gojko Kacar
F - 10 - Pierre-Michel Lasogga

G - 1 - Jaroslav Drobny
D - 24 - Gotoku Sakai
M - 25 - Kerim Carolus
M - 28 - Gideon Jung
M - 34 - Finn Porath
F - 16 - Artjoms Rudnevs
F - 23 - Michael Gregoritsch

Bayern Munich Starting XI

G - 1 - Manuel Neuer
D - 17 - Jérome Boateng
D - 27 - David Alaba
D - 28 - Holger Badstuber
M - 6 - Thiago Alcantara
M - 11 - Douglas Costa
M - 14 - Xabi Alonso
M - 21 - Philipp Lahm
M - 29 - Kingsley Coman
F - 9 - Robert Lewandowski
F - 25 - Thomas Müller

G - 22 - Tom Starke
M - 8 - Javi Martínez
M - 10 - Arjen Robben
M - 20 - Sebastian Rode
M - 23 - Arturo Vidal
M - 32 - Joshua Kimmich

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