Goals: 0-1 Schwolow o.g. (25'), 0-2 Tolisso (28'), 0-3 Wagner (54'), 0-4 Müller (69')
After a competitive opening spell, Freiburg enjoyed the game’s first chance when Lucas Höler was sent clean through on goal. His goalbound effort was diverted wide by Sven Ulreich, and it proved to be a turning point as Bayern quickly opened up a two-goal lead. Thomas Müller forced home goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow into an own goal on 25 minutes, before Corentin Tolisso lashed in a sensational second from all of 35 yards.
Christian Streich made two changes at the start of the second half, but those plans were thrown into disarray when Sandro Wagner, starting in place of Robert Lewandowski, bundled in a third to effectively kill the game. Müller then got the goal his wonderful performance deserved with an excellent finish from Joshua Kimmich’s near-post corner.
- Müller now has 102 Bundesliga goals for Bayern and is joint-fourth with Dieter Hoeneß on their all-time scoring chart. Only Gerd Müller, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Roland Wohlfarth are ahead of him.
- All 39 of Wagner's Bundesliga goals have been scored from inside the box.
- Tolisso has scored seven goals this season in all competitions. Only Müller and Lewandowski have more than him among Bayern players.
- Schwolow's own goal was the first he conceded in 410 minutes at home.
- Freiburg striker Nils Petersen had scored 11 goals in his previous 12 Bundesliga outings - more than any other player.
- Petersen scored four goals in 15 appearances for Bayern in 2011/12.
- Fifteen of Freiburg's 25 Bundesliga goals so far this season have come from set-pieces.
- Bayern's Robert Lewandowski has helped himself to 13 goals in 12 Bundesliga appearances against Freiburg, including five braces.
- The reverse fixture was Bayern's biggest win and Freiburg's heaviest defeat. It was also Heynckes' first game back in the dugout.
- Heynckes is unbeaten in his last ten meetings with Freiburg as a coach (W8, D2).
Freiburg: Schwolow – Lienhart (Kath 46'), Gulde, Söyüncü - Stenzel, Abrashi (Höfler 46'), Koch, Günter – Haberer - Höler (Ravet 57'), Petersen (c)
Substitutes: Gikiewicz, Ravet, Kübler, Kempf, Kleindienst,
Absentees: Niederlechner (knee)
Coach: Christian Streich
Bayern: Ulreich - Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Alaba - Vidal - Tolisso, Thiago (Rudy 74') - Müller (c) (Rafinha 81'), Bernat - Wagner
Substitutes: Starke, Süle, Martinez, Lewandowski, Robben, Rafinha, Rudy
Absentees: Coman (ankle), Neuer (foot), James (calf), Ribery (gastroenteritis)
Coach: Jupp Heynckes
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