Bayern Munich did what it had to do on Friday night. The snowy away game at Hertha BSC was decided by a hit by Kingsley Coman: 0-1.
The leader of the Bundesliga quickly grabbed the initiative and soon got an excellent opportunity to get ahead. Robert Lewandowski was allowed to dock for a penalty kick, but to everyones surprise the Pole missed. His stakes could be caught by Rune Jarstein, Herthas goalkeeper.
A little later, it was still hit. Coman shot at target from the edge of the penalty area and saw that his attempt was touched along the way, leaving Jarstein with no answer: 0-1. A crucial goal, as it turned out later, because in the sequel of the match, both teams had difficulty with the circumstances.
It snowed heavily in Berlin and above the Olympic Stadium, making good football impossible. It was therefore logical that Comans one hit was ultimately decisive. As a result, Bayern once again becomes the Bundesliga ranking. RB Leipzig, the number two, now stands at ten points. They still have a game.