FC Bayern München and Salzburg draws a crazy match 4-4 on Friday

MUNICH. FC Bayern München and Salzburg played a scintillating incredible match before drawing 4-4.

FC Bayern München and Salzburg draws a crazy match 4-4 on Friday

MUNICH. FC Bayern München and Salzburg played an incredible match before drawing 4-4.

The match was played at the FC Bayern Campus Platz 1 stadium in Munich. The referee was Felix Brych. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold at 5.6 degrees Celsius or 41.99 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 83%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 45 Ball Possession 55
Shots
  • 19 Total 9
  • 12 On Target 6
  • 7 Off Target 3
  • 0 Shots blocked 0
  • 180 Attack 116
  • 127 Dangerous attack 65
  • 0 Ball safe 0
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 5 Corners 1
Fouls
  • 0 Yellow Cards 0
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 10 Substitutions 10

Ball possession

Salzburg had a superior ball possession 55% while FC Bayern München was struggling with a 45% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

FC Bayern München was more pushing with 127 dangerous attacks and 19 shots of which 12 were on target. However, that was not enough FC Bayern München to win the match​.

FC Bayern München shot 19 times, 12 on target, 7 off target. On the other side, Salzburg shot 9 times, 6 on target, 3 off target.

Cards

None of the teams received any yellow card.

Match Timeline

Leroy Sané(goal)
9'
17'
Sékou Koïta(goal)
46'
Amankwah Forson- sub ->L. Sučić
46'
46'
46'
Samson Baidoo- sub ->Strahinja Pavlovic
46'
Amar Dedic - sub ->I. Van der Brempt
46'
46'
Lucas Gourna-Douath- sub ->Nicolas Seiwald
46'
Maurits Kjaergaard - sub ->R. Hofer
46'
Karim Konaté- sub ->D. Kameri
46'
Oumar Solet- sub ->Jérôme Onguéné
51'
Karim Konaté(goal)
54'
Tarek Buchmann- sub ->Alphonso Davies
63'
Kingsley Coman- sub ->Serge Gnabry
63'
63'
63'
63'
63'
63'
L. Zvonarek- sub ->Benjamin Pavard
63'
63'
Mathys Tel- sub ->R. Gravenberch
63'
69'
Kingsley Coman(goal)M. Tel
71'
Mathys Tel(goal)
88'
89'

Standings

Standings
Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5
No data available

After this match, FC Bayern München has points to occupy the 0th place in the table. On the opposite side, Salzburg has points (0th).

Next matches

FC Bayern München – Formation

FC Bayern München
G
Sven Ulreich 26.Germany
63'
D
Benjamin Pavard 5.France
63'
D
Dayot Upamecano 2.France
63'
D
Josip Stanisic 44.Croatia
63'
D
Alphonso Davies 19.Canada
63'
M
Joshua Kimmich 6.Germany
M
Ryan Gravenberch 38.Netherlands
63'
M
Jamal Musiala 42.Germany
63'
F
Thomas Müller 25.Germany
63'
F
Serge Gnabry 7.Germany
63'
F
Leroy Sané 10.Germany
63' Goals9'
Substitutes
G
Johannes Schenk 35.Germany
63'
D
Daley Blind 23.Netherlands
63'
D
Tarek Buchmann 41.Germany
63'
M
Arijon Ibrahimovic 46.Germany
63' Goals69'
M
L. Zvonarek 47.Croatia
63'
M
Paul Wanner 14.Austria
63'
M
Marcel Sabitzer  18.Austria
63'
F
Mathys Tel 39.France
63' Goals88'
F
Y. Kabadayı 48.Germany
63'
F
Kingsley Coman 11.France
63' Goals71'

The manager Julian Nagelsmann decided to play with the following team: Sven Ulreich, Benjamin Pavard, Dayotchanculle Upamecano, Josip Stanisic, Joshua Kimmich, Ryan Gravenberch, Thomas Müller, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sané, Alphonso Davies and Jamal Musiala.

The home team had on the bench: Arijon Ibrahimovic, Daley Blind, Mathys Tel, Lovro Zvonarek, Paul Wanner, Yusuf Kabadayı, Johannes Schenk, Marcel Sabitzer, Kingsley Coman and Tarek Buchmann.

Substitutions

FC Bayern München made 10 changes: Alphonso Davies for T. Buchmann (63′), Serge Gnabry for Kingsley Coman (63′), Jamal Musiala for A. Ibrahimović (63′), Josip Stanisic for Paul Wanner (63′), Dayot Upamecano for Daley Blind (63′), Leroy Sané for Y. Kabadayı (63′), Thomas Müller for Marcel Sabitzer  (63′), Benjamin Pavard for L. Zvonarek (63′), Sven Ulreich for J. Schenk (63′) and R. Gravenberch for M. Tel (63′).

Salzburg – Formation

Salzburg
G
Philipp Köhn 18.Switzerland
D
Jérôme Onguéné 5.Cameroon
46'
D
Bernardo 95.Brazil
46'
D
Strahinja Pavlovic 31.Serbia
46'
D
46'
D
Raphael Hofer 34.Austria
46'
M
Nicolas Seiwald 13.Austria
46'
M
Luka Sucic 21.Croatia
46'
M
D. Kameri 8.Austria
46'
F
Sékou Koïta 20.Mali
Goals17'
F
Benjamin Sesko 30.Slovenia
46'
Substitutes
G
A. Stejskal 40.Czech Republic
D
Mark Gevorgyan 81.Germany
D
Samson Baidoo 6.Austria
46'
D
L. Ibertsberger 49.Austria
46'
D
Oumar Solet 22.France
46'
D
Amar Dedic  70.Bosnia and Herzegovina
46'
M
Lawrence Agyekum 35.Ghana
M
46'
M
Amankwah Forson 32.Ghana
46'
M
46'
F
Karim Konaté 19.Ivory Coast
46' Goals51'
F
Junior Adamu 9.Austria
46'
F
Noah Okafor 77.Switzerland
46' Goals54', 89'

Matthias Jaissle played with: Philipp Köhn, Jérôme Junior Onguéné, Bernardo Fernandes da Silva Junior, Strahinja Pavlović, Ignace Van Der Brempt, Raphael Hofer, Nicolas Seiwald, Luka Sučić, Dijon Kameri, Sekou Koita and Benjamin Šeško.

These were the players on the bench: Karim Konaté, Lawrence Agyekum, Mark Gevorgyan, Junior Chikwubuike Adamu, Samson Baidoo, Lucas Gourna Douath, Adam Stejskal, Forson Amankwah, Noah Okafor, Lukas Ibertsberger, Maurits Kjaergaard, Oumar Solet Bomawoko and Amar Dedić.

Substitutions

Salzburg made 10 changes: L. Sučić for Amankwah Forson (46′), Jérôme Onguéné for J. Adamu (46′), Bernardo for L. Ibertsberger (46′), Strahinja Pavlovic for S. Baidoo (46′), I. Van der Brempt for Amar Dedic (46′), Benjamin Sesko for Noah Okafor (46′), Nicolas Seiwald for L. Gourna-Douath (46′), R. Hofer for M. Kjærgaard (46′), D. Kameri for K. Konaté (46′) and Jérôme Onguéné for Oumar Solet  (46′).

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Club Friendlies 1.​