Bayern München won 7-0 (4-0) at home to the Bochum in the game on Saturday. The win takes them to top spot in the Bundesliga, one clear of Wolfsburg after five games played. As for Bochum, the result means they are in 17th place in the league.
Bayern München started the match best and took the lead early when Leroy Sane scored after 17 minutes, making it 0-1.
The team increased their lead to 2-0, as Joshua Kimmich scored, with an assist by Leroy Sane, in the 27th minute.
Bayern München also increased their lead to 3-0, when Serge Gnabry found the net, with an assist by Thomas Müller, in the 32nd minute.
4-0 came through an own-goal in the 43rd minute.
With barely 30 minutes on the clock, Bayern München’s Robert Lewandowski scored with an assist by Leroy Sane, and increased the lead.
With barely 30 minutes on the clock, Bayern München’s Joshua Kimmich netted with an assist by Leon Goretzka, and increased the lead.
Bayern München increased the lead even more as Eric Maxim Choupo Moting scored in the 79th minute. The 7-0 goal was the last one of the game.
Bayern München have now won four games in a row.
Bayern München have 4 wins and 1 draw with a 20–4 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Bochum have 1 win and and 4 losses and a 4–13 goal difference.
The last match between the teams ended in a 2-1 away win for Bayern München in October 2019.
Bayern München are unbeaten at home, after two games.
Bayern München have scored 20 goals. They have scored 15 goals at home. They’ve conceded 4 goals in total.
Bochum have scored 4 goals in this campaign. Away from home they have scored 4 goals. They’ve conceded 13 goals in total.
Bayern München have opened the score in 3 of their 4 of the games, and have a winning ratio of 100 percent when scoring the first goal.
In the next games in the Bundesliga, Bayern München will take on Greuther Fürth (away) on 23 September 2021, Eintracht Frankfurt (home) on 01 October 2021 and Bayer Leverkusen (away) on 15 October 2021. Bochum play VfB Stuttgart (home) on 25 September 2021, Red Bull Leipzig (away) on 01 October 2021 and Greuther Fürth (away) on 15 October 2021.