Salzburg 1-1 Bayern: Coman denies Austrian side at the last
Bayern’s record-breaking unbeaten run away from home continues as Bayern left it late following Kingsley Coman’s last-minute tap-in cancelled out Chikwubuike Adamu’s first-half goal to deny Salzburg a historic UEFA Champions League victory in this round of 16 first leg.
Chikwubuike Adamu, Salzburg scorer: “The goal was unbelievable, exactly as I dreamed yesterday. But unfortunately, it wasn’t enough for the win. We have such a great team. We will give everything in the second leg. This tie is not decided yet.”
Joshua Kimmich, Bayern midfielder: “In the first half we weren’t switched on enough to win the second balls, which kept giving Salzburg dangerous opportunities on the counter. We controlled the game better in the second half and applied more pressure. In the end, we got the draw, which is fine for me.”Information Guide Nigeria
Thomas Müller, Bayern forward: “We have mixed feelings. Salzburg are a good team and the atmosphere was amazing. Compliments to the fans, that’s how you want football to be. The conditions were great, which made it fun even though we suffered. Hats off to us for grinding out the 1-1 draw.”
Andreas Ulmer, Salzburg defender: “It doesn’t feel so good at the moment after conceding the equaliser. When we take a look back, we can be proud of the performance we put in though.”
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• Bayern are a competition record 22 Champions League away games unbeaten (W17 D5), dating back to September 2017 when they lost 3-0 to Paris.
• Adamu’s 21st-minute goal was the earliest by a substitute in a Champions League game since Thierry Henry struck in the same minute for Arsenal against Sparta Praha in October 2005.
• The average age of Salzburg’s starting XI was just 23 years and 242 days, while coach Matthias Jaissle is only 33.
Fantasy star performers
Mohamed Camara – 7 points
Chikwubuike Adamu – 7 points
Brenden Aaronson – 6 points
Kingsley Coman – 6 points
Salzburg: Köhn; Kristensen, Solet, Wöber, Ulmer; Camara; Capaldo, Aaronson, Seiwald (Sučić 80); Okafor (Adamu 12), Adeyemi (Kjærgaard 87)
Bayern: Ulreich; Pavard, Süle, Hernández; Gnabry (Choupo-Moting 77), Kimmich, Tolisso (Sabitzer 80), Coman; Müller, Sané; Lewandowski.JAMB Result
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