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BOATENG: "WE HAVE TO WIN EVERY GAME"
BAYERN STAY TOP
Nail-biting stuff in the end, but Bayern return to winning ways following two straight defeats in all competitions. Lewandowski and Müller scored the goals either side of Petersen's leveller to open up a four-point lead on Leipzig at the top. Eighth-placed Freiburg's club record winning streak is over at the sixth attempt.
My, oh, my! Günter finds space out on the left and picks out Petersen. He does everything right, but the ball goes behind off the woodwork. What a story that would have been for the former Germany international, who scored four times in just 15 appearances for Bayern in 2011/12.
Four minutes left in Munich. Can Freiburg do what second-tier Kiel managed in the DFB Cup in midweek, and level at the death?
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Martinez adds meat to the Bayern midfield as he replaces Goretzka. Choupo-Moting is also on in place of Müller in attack. That's two out-and-out strikers on the pitch for the record champions - don't be surprised if they start pinging balls into the box for the remainder.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
TOLISSO FROM RANGE!
Tolisso wellies an effort towards goal, but Müller gets fingertips to the ball. The Bayern sub scored a stunning long-ranger against Freiburg a few years back - boy, can he strike a ball!
Florian Müller keeps Freiburg in with a shot after pulling off a brilliant diving save from Lewandowski. He keeps out Sane from the ensuing corner, too. It ain't over yet...
Musiala and Tolisso are on. Both players were getting stripped before Müller's goal. Flick wants this one put to bed ASAP.
Bayern restore their lead. Sane's volleyed attempt from Coman's left-wing cross makes its way to Müller, who side-foots beyond his namesake for 2-1. Not the prettiest of goals, but no one in red is complaining.
That was Petersen's record-extending 28th Bundesliga goal as a substitute. It was also Freiburg's sixth from a corner this season - a league high.
Nils Petersen strikes against his former club! Davies concedes a needless corner, which is flicked on to substitute Petersen at the far post, who turns home with his first touch. He'd only been on the pitch for 25 seconds - game on!
OFF THE BAR!
Almost a second for Lewandowski! Davies is the provider with a low ball towards the six-yard box - Lewy connects first time, but a slight deflection takes it onto the woodwork. Müller then shows great reactions to get down to the follow-up attempt from Goretzka.
MAN DOWN - AGAIN!
Abrashi, who replaced Santamaria inside five minutes, is in real discomfort with what looks like a left calf problem. Off he goes, with Janik Haberer coming on in his stead.
INTO THE BOOK
Sallai is cautioned after catching the left foot of Davies with his studs. Full-blooded, but no malice intended.
Lewandowski's record 21st goal after 16 Bundesliga matches of a season is the difference at the break. Bayern have dictated proceedings, but have allowed Freiburg the odd glimpse of Neuer's goal.
TIME ADDED ON
Three additional minutes to be played at the end of an entertaining first half in snowy Munich.
WIDE FROM DEMIROVIC
Much, much better from Freiburg in the closing stages of the first half. Günter advances up the left and crosses for Demirovic, who gets in ahead of Boateng on the edge of the six-yard box to steer a first-time effort wide. Streich slaps a hand in frustration - he knows his side won't get many chances like that.
Respite for Freiburg and a rare sight of the Bayern goal. Kübler picks out Sallai from the right, but his header is meat and drink for Neuer.
BAYERN WAVE AFTER BAYERN WAVE
Lienhart does really well to divert an inviting cross behind for a corner. Freiburg only half clear as Davies collects on the left-hand side of the area. He finds Coman, whose goal-bound shot is blocked. The ball is worked back to Müller, who whips in a peach of a cross that neither Pavard nor Kimmich can connect with. All it needed was a touch.
BAYERN IN CHARGE
Freiburg are penned deep in their own half as Sane and Boateng chance their arm from range. Neither shot finds the target, but still - this is very much one-way traffic at the Allianz Arena.
BACK ON THE WINNING TRAIL
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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Not what Hansi Flick wants to see after his Champions League-winning XI had made such a bright start. Gnabry is down with what looks like a right thigh strain. He makes way for Leroy Sane.
Gnabry weaves his way inside off the right-hand-side, before unleashing a fierce strike on his weaker left foot. It takes a slight deflection, but Müller makes the save.
Freiburg's clearest sight of the Bayern goal yet as Grifo has a shot charged down on the edge of the area. Sallai takes it on, but places his right-footed effort wide.
Coman does really well to get in behind the Freiburg defence and arrow a cross into the danger zone. Müller's among the red shirts waiting, but Abrashi intervenes. Müller claims handball, but the referee is unmoved. It's all Bayern...
Cool as you like from Bayern for the lead. Thomas Müller sends Robert Lewandowski in on goal, and he makes no mistake with his finish. That's 21 goals for the season - and that's just in the Bundesliga!
A possible handball in the Freiburg area against Gulde is not given following consultation with the VAR. The visitors are living dangerously here...
Baptiste Santamaria can't continue. He went straight to ground after attempting to challenge Gnabry. The Frenchman is in some pain - on comes Amir Abrashi.
Serge Gnabry from range - it takes a deflection, but goes just wide.
Neuer (c) - Pavard, Boateng, Alaba, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Coman, Müller, Gnabry - Lewandowski
Nübel, Süle, Martinez, Sane, Choupo-Moting, Hernandez, Roca, Tolisso, Musiala
Müller - Lienhart, Schlotterbeck, Gulde - Kübler, Santamaria, Höfler, Günter (c) - Sallai, Demirovic, Grifo
Uphoff, Abrashi, Höler, Til, Petersen, Haberer, Heintz, Jeong, Tempelmann
Here you will find the most important information on the game between FC Bayern München and Sport-Club Freiburg on Matchday 16 of the 2020/21 Bundesliga season.