In the poster of the evening Bayern Munich won on the Inter field (2-0) with in particular a gem of the Germans on the second goal. A supersonic double one-two between Leroy Sané and Kingsley Coman overtook the Italian defender Danilo D’Ambrosio, who was forced to push the ball into the net (66th).
This same Leroy Sané, launched deep, had already opened the scoring in the first period (25th) on an offer from Joshua Kimmich. The former Manchester City striker produced sublime control, outflanked goalkeeper André Onana and shook the net.
Julian Nagelsmann’s men smothered their opponents, around a very high defensive block. Dangerous with 21 shots including 11 on goal, the ogre of Monaco was endangered by the rapid projections and the aggressiveness of the loss of the ball by the men of Simone Inzaghi, coach of Inter. The Nerazzurri were more incisive after their Bavarian debut. Joaquin Correa, the Argentine striker, missed a face to face with Manuel Neuer (83rd), Edin Dzeko, the Bosnian, was inaccurate against the German goal (35th, 49th).
Bayern Munich won the Champions League opening for the nineteenth consecutive time, extending the record, according to Opta Franz.
Ousmane Dembélé, a permanent poison
Barça embarked on the path of an easy victory, a healthy walk marked by the metronome Pedri and the ubiquitous Ousmane Dembélé against Viktoria Plzen (5-1). A defensive attack immediately developed, interrupted by counter-attacks well received by the Czechs such as the penalty whistled and then judged by the VAR (24 °), the goal of Jan Sykora, right winger, on a center dropped by Vaclav Jemelka, the left to the side (44th) and the recovery away from goal by Thomas Chory, the Czech striker (65th).
Franck Kessié, the blaugrana midfielder, opens the scoring from a corner kick, well supported by Jules Koundé, author of his third assist in four days (13th). Robert Lewandowski took advantage of this meeting to show his creative skills, such as the slip for Pedri (40 °), and inflate his counter-goal (34 °, 45 + 3 °, 67 °). Ferran Torres scored the last goal of the match on a sublime pass from Ousmane Dembélé (71st).
Robert Lewandowski is the first player to score a Champions League hat-trick for three different clubs (Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, FC Barcelona), according to Opta Jean. The Pole has scored 8 goals in 5 games this season.