Ten minutes of Khedira were not enough for Hertha

The midfielder got a yellow for a fight with Alaba. Lewandowski missed a penalty. Coman scored for Bayern and Cunha had the tie in a heads up with Neuer.

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Khedira played, but could not prevent Bayern from emerging victorious at the Berlin Olympics. Those of Hansi Flick were imposed by the minimum to a Hertha in which the ex-Madrid player only played the final ten minutes. It wasn't 90 yet. It should be there soon, considering that those in the capital can finish the day in the relegation places after the defeat against a Bayern that is ten behind Leipzig waiting for what the RB does on Saturday against Schalke.

Both sets had their moments. Hertha was able to go ahead after three minutes of play when Lukebakio was left alone against Neuer, yes, without being able to beat the imperial Munich goal. On the other side, Bayern gradually took control of the game and had the first in Lewandowski's boots after a Jarstein penalty on Sané that the Pole failed to materialize. It had not occurred since January 2019.

Bayern shook himself, followed his own and finally managed to get ahead after a shot from the front of Coman that entered after being rejected by Stark. Luck was on the Bavarian side and not on the part of a Berlin box, which saw how Cunha forgave a heads-up with Neuer in the last breath. The only thing left for Hertha was Khedira's debut. He played ten minutes. He got a yellow for a fight with Alaba. And he felt like a footballer again after more than half a year without playing.



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