Bayern Munich LOSE to Eintracht Frankfurt

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Bayern Munich LOSE to Eintracht Frankfurt for their first defeat in nine matches as goals from Daichi Kamada and Amin Younes open up the Bundesliga title race despite Robert Lewandowski’s consolation strike
Eintracht Frankfurt beat Bayern Munich 2-1 to open up the German title race
Bayern fell behind to Daichi Kamada’s early goal following a fine Frankfurt move
Amin Younes’ brilliant curling shot doubled Frankfurt’s lead in the first-half
Robert Lewandowski pulled one back after half-time – his 26th goal in 21 games
RB Leipzig can now move two points behind Bayern if they win on Sunday

Bayern Munich’s nine-game unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt as the Bundesliga leaders were comfortably beaten 2-1 by Eintracht Frankfurt.

Impressive first-half goals from Daichi Kamada and Amin Younes gave Adi Hutter’s a lead they deserved following a brilliant and brave display against the champions.

Robert Lewandowski pulled a goal back for the German champions – his 26th league goal in 21 matches – but defeat for Bayern now opens up a Bundesliga title race involving four teams.


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