In the seventh minute, as Michael Vlap turned nicely at the top of the penalty area and scored for Armenia’s lead, the guests surprised the Bavarians. The guests achieved the second target in the 37th minute. This time, Vlap supported from the corner, and Amos Pieper was the highest on the leap to beat the helpless Manuel Neuer.
The host, below, woke up. In the 48th minute, Alaba sent through and Robert Lewandowski got the ball and scored with a fantastic volley from the turn. After a mere 21 fixtures, it was his 25th target. The guests took advantage of the high backline of Bayern as soon as the ball began from the center and reached a new lead of two differences through Gebauer.
The new European champion did not, however, give up. Sane’s exact cross discovered Tolissa in the 57th minute who scored for a reduction. Eleven minutes later, things had returned to square one. Again, Sane did much of the job, and the bounced ball was greeted by Alphonso Davies, who sent it into the net with a little luck.
This was the first time Bayern had ever recorded a league win after five matches. The key competitor RB Leipzig has now escaped by five points. Armenia snapped a two-game losing streak, on the other hand. They have 18 points and hold 16th position to remain in the league heading to the playoffs, but they have a game less than Hertha, who has the same number of points.