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Bayern Munich Frauen vs BK Häcken in the Champions League: Bayern wins 4-0 in a dominant effort!

Can the Bayern Munich Frauen pick up a key three points? Answer: Yes.

SL Benfica v Bayern Munchen - Group D - UEFA Women’s Champions League Photo by Gualter Fatia - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

Full-time: Excellent win for the Frauen, who were dominant from start to finish!


90’+1: There it is...and of course, it is the team DJ herself, Jovi Damnjanovic who adds another goal for a 4-0 Frauen lead.


80’: We should give Hacken credit. The game could easily be 6-0, but they have made some strong plays defensively to thwart a couple of really good opportunities for Bayern.


71’: And that should do it. Linda Dallmann with a could of quick touches before ripping a shot that deflected off a defender and into the net. Bayern Munich leads 3-0!

Lina Magull was banged up on the subsequent possession, but walked off the field.


65’: Bayern is firmly in control of the match. Haken is absorbing a lot and trying to limit damage, which is working — at least as far as mucking up the Frauen offense.


Second half kickoff: We are back underway!


45’: Giulia Gwinn picked up a knock but did get up. Gwinn has been really good today, so it’s great to see her back up (especially after her knee injury last season). 4 minutes of extra time.


34’: Jakobsson has no luck today. She was stopped again at close-range. Bayern still dominating this one.


25’: Bayern Munich is in firm control and still leads 2-0. Hacken is dropping deeper now. At first, it looked like they wanted to try and play, but after Schuller hit those two goals, they’ve become a little more conservative. That said, Lina Dallmann just went “post master” with a shot. That was centimeters from being 3-0.


14’: Sofia Jakobsson with a shot on target, but she didn’t get a great piece of it. Surely, it is one she’d love to have back. Dominant performance so far for the Frauen. I’m gonna say this now...I would LOVE every second of watching the Frauen destroy Tom Adams’ beer league team. Lina Magull wearing Tom out in the midfield would be the best.

11’: Schuller gets another on a dynamic header after a fantastic cross. What a goal! Frauen lead 2-0. Giulia Gwinn sent in the terrific ball.


8’: Lea Schuller took a stab at a loose ball and out it on net, but didn’t get a lot on it and second later she took advantage of a misplay by Haken’s goalkeeper, which left her an open net nd only one defender to beat. Frauen lead 1-0.


5’: Not going to lie, there are two Frauen players rocking the bun in the middle of the field. There could be some confus-bun with me identifying them as I am watching the game in a smaller window.


2’: Lina Magull with a perfectly threaded pass to Lineth Beerensteyn, but the Dutch-ess (?) hits the post! Soooooo close!


Kickoff: Here we go!


Pregame: Bayern Munich is wearing the Alps kit. Sooooooo good. Looks like a decent crowd as well.


The Bayern Munich Frauen are set to take on BK Häcken in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

Can the ladies get back on track after a 0-0 draw with Benfica in their Group D opening match? Now, the Frauen will host BK Häcken, who dropped a 3-0 decision to Olympique Lyon in their opening match.

One thing is certain, they will be looking to do just that. With a deep and extremely talented roster, the Frauen will be looking to establish themselves early and impose their will on the match.

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Match Info

Location: FC Bayern Campus, Munich, Germany

Time: 6:45PM EST pm local time, 12:45 PM EST

TV/streaming: DAZN via You Tube

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