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Frankfut trash Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich 5-1

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Eintracht Frankfurt dismantled Bayern Munich 5-1 in a Bundesliga clash, leaving Thomas Tuchel’s side reeling.

The hosts stormed into a 3-0 lead within the first half hour, leaving Bayern scrambling to recover.

Despite Joshua Kimmich’s response before halftime, the second half saw further goals from Eric Ebimbe and Ansgar Knauff, solidifying the devastating defeat.

Bayern’s vaunted defense, previously boasting only nine conceded goals all season, was ripped apart by a relentless Frankfurt attack.

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Min-Jae Kim and Dayot Upemecano struggled to contain the pressure, leading to both full-backs being replaced at halftime.

This unexpected collapse highlights the vulnerability of even the most dominant teams when facing fierce opposition.

The victory pushes Frankfurt closer to European qualification after a shaky start to their season, closing the gap to Hoffenheim by two points.

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Meanwhile, Bayern’s chance to reclaim the top spot vanished.

Their postponed game last week left them three points behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen, and with a potential six-point gap looming after Leverkusen’s upcoming match against Stuttgart, Bayern face an uphill battle to regain their top position.

While Bayern’s first league loss of the season exposes their vulnerability, it might also serve as an unwelcome motivator for Manchester United.

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As Bayern prepare to face the Red Devils in the Champions League on Tuesday, the image of their thrashing by Frankfurt may fuel Manchester United’s determination to secure a victory at Old Trafford.

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