Rampant Bayern obliterates Frankfurt 6-1 in Bundesliga opener

Champions Bayern Munich scored five goals from a disappointed Ientrach Frankfurt in the first half on their way to an electric 6-1 victory in the Bundesliga season opener on Friday.

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The Bavarians put down a marker at the start of the campaign as they look to land an 11th consecutive league crown, and outclassed the Europa League winner, which faces Real Madrid in the Super Cup

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Mane, who won over RB Leipzig in the German Super Cup last week, had five different scorers in the first half, with all bayern's goals coming in the space of 38 minutes.

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Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann said: "I have to say the first half was fantastic. "I don't think it will always be like that but after two games we can be satisfied. "

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Joshua Kimmich opened Bayern's account with an audacious free kick that went out of the post and Benjamin Powered drilled the second six minutes later before Iintrach worked the woodwork.

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Thomas Mueller could have had one of the biggest misses of the season when he hit the post close and then failed to even score on the rebound.

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But Mane did much better in the 29th to take Serge Gnabri Cross home to win 3-0. He then sent Mueller to install Jamal Mushiala for his fourth in the 35th

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Eintracht, who will play in the Champions League this season, was lively after the break as Bayern rested and he attacked goalkeeper Manuel Neuer's error outside the box to score the goal.

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