Highlights

0:22

WATCH: TRAPP: “IT’S INCREDIBLE THAT WE WON THIS GAME”

0:24

WATCH: NAGELSMANN: “WE WERE TOO HECTIC IN THE FINAL THIRD”

0:32

WATCH: MÜLLER: "FRANKFURT WERE EXTREMELY CLINICAL"

90'
+ 6

THEY'VE DONE IT!

Jubilant scenes on the Frankfurt bench and among their players as the Eagles win for the first time in the Bundesliga this season. They were under intense pressure for much of the match and needed several brilliant saves from Kevin Trapp to keep them in the game, but goals from Hinteregger and Kostic did the business!
Full-time
90'
+ 4

ADDED TIME

Neuer comes up for a corner in the fourth of five minutes of stoppage time. Will there be late drama?
90'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Leroy Sané
Leroy Sané34.95km/h
2.
Dayot Upamecano
Dayot Upamecano34.21km/h
3.
Alphonso Davies
Alphonso Davies33.47km/h
88'

GORETZKA VOLLEYS OVER!

A header falls to Goretzka just outside the Frankfurt box and he volleys it at goal, but gets too much power behind it and the ball flies over.
86'

CLINICAL

Three shots on target, two goals from Frankfurt!
Goal attempts
9off target
9on target
2off target
3on target
84'

FRANKFURT LEAD!

My oh my! Frankfurt are in front! Sow nips in ahead of Sabitzer of the ball as Bayern try to clear an attack and he feeds it to his left to Kostic. The winger smacks a fierce low drive across Neuer and into the net!
84'

Substitution

sub
Ajdin Hrustic
Ajdin Hrustic
sub
Tuta
Tuta
83'

Filip Kostic

GOAL!

1:2
Filip Kostic
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
2 %
81'

SANE OFF

The Germany international is replaced by Choupo-Moting.
81'

Substitution

sub
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
sub
Leroy Sané
Leroy Sané
78'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Jens Petter Hauge
Jens Petter Hauge
78'

NEXT FRANKFURT SUB

Fresh legs up front as Lammers comes on for Borre.
78'

Substitution

sub
Sam Lammers
Sam Lammers
sub
Rafael Borre
Rafael Borre
77'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Dayot Upamecano
Dayot Upamecano
76'

ATTACKING CHANGE

Sabitzer comes on for Süle as Bayern replace a defender with another more attack-minded player in a bid to get a winner.
75'

HINTEREGGER FROM HALFWAY!

The Frankfurt defender spies Neuer well off his line and lets fly with an audacious effort from about 45 yards out. It lacks both the power and precision to go in, though.
75'

Substitution

sub
Marcel Sabitzer
Marcel Sabitzer
sub
Niklas Süle
Niklas Süle
72'

NO GOAL FOR LEWANDOWSKI?

The Polish hitman didn't score against Fürth last week and is yet to find the target today - though not for a lack of trying. The last time he went two Bundesliga games without scoring was in November / December 2019, when he even fired blanks in three straight games.
70'

FIRST BAYERN SUB

On comes Musiala for Gnabry as Nagelsmann bids to find a solution to getting past Trapp.
70'

Substitution

sub
Jamal Musiala
Jamal Musiala
sub
Serge Gnabry
Serge Gnabry
66'

SHOTS GALORE...

...and most of them for Bayern, and most of them have been saved by Trapp!
Goal attempts
8off target
9on target
1off target
2on target
66'

....AND AGAIN!

Sane unleashes a brilliant volley from 20 yards. It's flying in at the near post but Trapp pulls off another flying save.
65'

TRAPP AGAIN!

Lewandowski tees up Gnabry for a shot as he arrives at pace in the right-hand side of the box, but his powerful shot is well saved by Trapp.
64'

SWEEPER-KEEPER

Hauge looks like he's going one-on-one with Neuer as he races to collect a through-ball, but suddenly the Bayern keeper appears and nicks the ball off his foot just in time.
63'

SÜLE LINES ONE UP

Gnabry cushions the ball down to Süle on the edge of the Frankfurt box and the defender lashes a first-time effort at goal, but it's blocked before it reaches Trapp.
61'

DOUBLE CHANGE FOR FRANKFURT

Visiting coach Glasner makes the first substitutions of the game, bringing on Hauge and Da Costa for Lindström and Toure.
61'

Substitution

sub
Jens Petter Hauge
Jens Petter Hauge
sub
Jesper Lindström
Jesper Lindström
61'

Substitution

sub
Danny da Costa
Danny da Costa
sub
Almamy Touré
Almamy Touré
57'

TRAPP DENIES LEWANDOWSKI

Bayern are really knocking on the door here and Trapp makes a stunning save to keep out Lewndowski's close-range header, before keeping out another shot from Sane moments later.
54'

SANE TRACKING BACK

The Germany international tried to dribble into the Frankfurt box but was crowded out and lost the ball. He sprinted back 30 or 40 yards to recover possession on the halfway line though - and his effort was met with a huge roar of approval from the home crowd.
53'

HARD-RUNNING FRANKFURT

The visitors have collectively covered over three kilometres (1.8 miles) more than Bayern. Will tired legs come back to haunt them in the closing stages?
Distance run (km)
65.6
68.8
50'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Alphonso Davies
Alphonso Davies
48'

DAVIES ALERT

Sow plays another brilliant ball forward, this time low, and it cuts out two or three Bayern players to send Borre clear. He's still a good 45 yards from goal though and doesn't have the pace in a footrace against Davies, who nicks the ball off his toe.
46'

SANE BLAZES OVER

The Bayern attacker beats Tuta to a through-ball but can't keep his shot down on his weaker right foot.
46'

UNDER WAY AGAIN!

Here we go!
Kick-off!

ALL SQUARE AT THE BREAK

Well, well, well! Bayern have had 68 per cent of possession and 11 efforts at goal compared to Frankfurt's three, but it's 1-1 at the interval. Chances came thick and fast towards the end of the half, with Kostic robbing Upamecano of possession and flashing a ball across the face of goal, while both Toure and Gnabry will be wondering how their names aren't on the scoresheet. More of the same in the second half, please!
Half-time
44'

GNABRY SURELY... BUT NO?!?!?!

Sane collects Goretzka's ball over the defence and plays it low across the face of goal. Gnabry is arriving at the back post and has the goal at his mercy, but he somehow side-foots it wide!
43'

TOURE MUST SCORE!

Another chance against the run of play as Sow pings a long ball forward. Toure catches Davies flat-footed and chests it down, leaving him 16 yards out with just Neuer to beat. He shoots with his left foot, but the Bayern custodian makes a huge save to keep the score at 1-1!
42'

KIMMICH FROM RANGE

The Bayern midfielder lines up a shot from outside the box but Trapp - who's had plenty of practice today - keeps it out.
39'

RUTHLESSLY EFFICIENT

One shot on target, one goal for Frankfurt. Bayern have been peppering Trapp all half but have only managed to get the better of him once.
Goal attempts
4off target
4on target
1off target
1on target
38'

OUT OF THE BLUE

Frankfurt have been under pressure for most of the match but they scored from their first real chance of the game, Hinteregger grabbing his first goal of the season and Frankfurt's first headed goal too.
32'

Martin Hinteregger

GOAL!

1:1
Martin Hinteregger
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
16 %
32'

HINTEREGGER EQUALISES!

Captain for the day. Hinteregger atones for his earlier mistake to thunder in a header from a corner, leaving Neuer no chance from six yards.
31'

SANE ALMOST MAKES IT TWO!

Tearing into space down the left, Sane has a sight of goal but his shot hits Trapp on the chest and bounces clear.
30'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Leroy Sané
Leroy Sané34.95km/h
2.
Alphonso Davies
Alphonso Davies32.78km/h
3.
Filip Kostic
Filip Kostic32.22km/h
29'

BAYERN LEAD!

It's been coming and Bayern finally manage to break through. Hinteregger attempts to dribble the ball out from the back and his attempted pass his blocked. Lewandowski lays it off into the path of the onrushing Goretzka, who places a low shot across Trapp and into the bottom corner from the edge of the area.
29'

Leon Goretzka

GOAL!

1:0
Leon Goretzka
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
21 %
25'

SO CLOSE FROM SÜLE!

The defender, operating at right-back today, gets forward down the right and plays a one-two with Müller as he enters the box. As he receives the return pass the Germany international flicks it over a defender's boot and lashes a left-footed drive at goal that flashes just wide of the near post.
21'

STORM WEATHERED?

It's still 0-0 as Frankfurt dig in. They've ridden their luck a couple of times but will only increase in confidence from here the longer the game remains goalless.

OH JULIAN

A stylish Nagelsmann directs traffic from the Bayern touchline.
16'

GORETZKA HAS A GO

Another Bayern shot, another Trapp save. Goretzka pops up in space about 35 yards from goal and shoots low. Trapp sees it all the way and gets down to his right to keep it out.
14'

MÜLLER STRAIGHT AT TRAPP

The openings are coming thick and fast for Bayern, this time for Müller. His left-footed shot on the turn from the edge of the area is a comfortable one for the Frankfurt goalkeeper though.
13'

TRAPP PREVENTS OWN GOAL!

Gnabry crosses low into the middle from the left. Jakic is tracking back into the box and inadvertently sends the ball looping towards his own goal as he tries to clear. Trapp is alert to the danger and tips it over for a corner.
10'

SANE FREE-KICK GOES WIDE

Bayern are awarded a free-kick in a central position, about 25 yards out. Sane takes it and gets the ball over the ball, but it whizzes just wide of Trapp's left-hand post.
9'

EARLY DOMINANCE

Bayern aren't giving their visitors any room to breathe right now...
Possession (%)
7723
7'

FRANKFURT CAUTIOUS

They may need a tactical rethink after those two chances for Lewandowski, but Frankfurt are set up defensively here. There's no high press; instead they're sitting back in their own half and only attacking the opposition when they cross the halfway line. Borre is alone up top, with the side becoming a 5-4-1 formation out of possession.
5'

OVER FROM LEWANDOWSKI!

Stunning from Davies in the build-up, nutmegging his marker before sprinting 30 yards to the byline down the left and standing up a cross for Lewandowski. It's usually the kind of header the Pole buries with his eyes closed, but he's under pressure from a defender here and can't keep it down.
3'

FIRST CHANCE FOR LEWANDOWSKI!

A quick break forward from Bayern down the right as Gnabry feeds Müller in the middle, and he immediately clips the ball to his left to Lewandowski, arriving at the back post. He pokes it at goal, but Trapp is there to save!
1'

HERE WE GO!

The balling is rolling at the Allianz Arena!
Kick-off!

ALMOST THERE

The teams are walking out on to the pitch and lining up for the pre-match formalities. We'll be up and running soon!
2:03

WATCH: PREVIOUS MEETING: FRANKFURT 2-1 BAYERN

Early goals from Kamada and Younes set Frankfurt on course for victory when the teams last faced off in February. Lewandowski pulled a goal back in the second half, but Frankfurt held on to take all three points.

FIRST OUTING FOR TUTA

The 22-year-old Brazilian is making his first Bundesliga appearance of the season, having only previously featured as a substitute in the DFB Cup and Europa League. Meanwhile, Ilsanker makes just his second start under Glasner.
0:08

WATCH: LEWANDOWSKI'S LOCKER READY

TEAM NEWS - BAYERN

It's largely as expected for Bayern as Süle replaces the suspended Pavard at right-back in an unchanged line-up from the win over Dynamo Kiev - a first under Nagelsmann. Kimmich and Goretzka continue their partnership in central midfield, with summer arrivals Sabitzer on the bench once more, while the in-form Sane begins in attacking midfield with Gnabry and Müller, meaning Musiala is among the substitutes again.
0:15

WATCH: FRANKFURT GET A FEEL FOR THE PITCH

TEAM NEWS - FRANKFURT

Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner has made three changes to his side following the victory in Antwerp on Thursday. Lindström comes in for Lammers up top alongside Borre, Ilsanker provides greater steel in midfield than the more attack-minded Hrustic, while Tuta replaces Hasebe at centre-back.

BAYERN STARTING LINE-UP

Neuer (c) - Süle, Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Gnabry, Müller, Sane - Lewandowski

BAYERN SUBS

Früchtl, Richards, Choupo-Moting, Sabitzer, Sarr, Roca, Nianzou, Musiala, Stanisic

FRANKFURT STARTING LINE-UP

Trapp - Toure, Tuta, Hinteregger, Chandler - Ilsanker, Sow, Jakic, Kostic - Lindström, Borre

FRANKFURT SUBS

Ramaj, Da Costa, Hrustic, Kamada, Hauge, Barkok, Lammers, Ache, Paciencia

101ST BUNDESLIGA MEETING

Across the 100 top-flight matches contested to date, Bayern have won 55 to Frankfurt's 23 (22 draws). The Eagles did take all three points the last time the teams met, earning a 2-1 home victory in February this year, but they've conceded five goals in each of their last three visits to the Allianz Arena.

THE STAKES

Wins for Dortmund and Freiburg yesterday closed Bayern's lead at the top to just a single point, something Julian Nagelsmann's side will obviously be keen to rectify here. Frankfurt, meanwhile, are the Bundesliga's draw specialists, having shared the points in five of their six league outings so far. They're yet to win in the Bundesliga in 2021/22 - what a confidence booster it would be if they broke that particular duck today.

Welcome along!

Thank you for joining us as we gear up for a mouth-watering clash at the Allianz Arena as league leaders Bayern take on an improving Frankfurt side. Both teams earned victory in Europe during the week, the Champions League and Europa League respectively, so who will take that form into today's game?