Fourgiver and Willems must bow head for mighty Bayern

Bayern Munich is still undefeated after six games in the Bundesliga. PhD student Greuther Fürth offered brave opposition, but had to believe in an overabundance in his own home: 1-3.
At Fürth, Nick Viergever and Jetro Willems were in the base. As defenders, they had the task of curbing the perilous attackers of Der Rekordmeister, but failed to do so. After ten minutes Thomas Müller found the net (0-1) and Joshua Kimmich nicely doubled the margin before the break.
In the second half, there was still hope for the Dutch in German service. Benjamin Pavard seized himself from a broken player and got red, causing Fürth to play football with eleven against ten Bavarian players. However, Julian Nagelsmanns formation didnt care about it. Robert Lewandowski forced Sebastian Griesbeck to make his own goal and the home team only managed to save the honor through Cedric Iten: 1-3.
Bayerns leading position is therefore not in danger this round. The VfL Wolfsburg of trainer Mark van Bommel may be equal in points, but they have a significantly less goal balance than Der Rekordmeister. Those Wölfe will play an away game at Hoffenheim later this weekend.