There was no lack of emotion on Tuesday (3) in the confrontation between Red Bull Salzburg and Bayern Munich, Austria, for another round of the Champions League group stage. After starting losing, the Bavarians turned in the first half, took the draw, but then scored four times and reached the victory by 6 to 2.
In the 4th minute, Berisha opened the scoring for Salzburg. At 21, Lewandowski left everything like a penalty, and, at 44, with a goal from Kristensen, the German club came to the turn in adversary territory. The Austrians left the scoreboard again with Okugawa on 21 minutes, but Bayern scored again with Boateng, Sané, again with Lewandowski and Lucas Hernández.
With the result, Bayern broke a record of consecutive victories in the Champions League and reached its 13th consecutive victory in the competition. In addition, coach Hans Flick completed a year at the helm of the German club with a victory.