Bayern Munich survived a shock first half scare to share the spoils with FC Koln in the Bundesliga after the World Cup break, MySportDab reports.
It was a shocking first half game for the Bavarians after coming back from the World Cup break.
Koln were on top of their game despite playing from home at the Allianz Arena with the full backing of the home fans for the home side.
It was another shocker in the Bundesliga with Koln surprisingly taking the lead just 4 minutes into the first half of play.
Bayern Munich dominated proceedings throughout the game, but were finding it difficult to break through the Koln defence.
After failing behind the visitors by a lone goal with Skhiri’s strike, the Bavarians attempted to find an early equaliser and come back to the game, all to no avail.
Koln held o to their narrow 1-0 lead throughout the first half and went into the break with the lead.
Bayern Munich ramped up their attempts to find an equaliser as the second half began, and were mounting heavy pressure pressure on the visitors.
The Bavrians literally had the entirety of the game under their control, and had forced Koln to defend all through the game in the second half.
The visitors managed only one shot on target which led to the goal out of the two shots they had throughout the game.
Bayern Munich, on the other hand, had a total of 23 shots, with 7 shots on target and had 78% of the ball possession, while the visitors had only 22% of the possession.
At the death, Kimmich scored a late goal for the Bavarians to helped them rescue point from the hard-fighting Koln.
The match ended in a 1-1 draw after the final whistle with both sides sharing the spoils.