Kimmich saves Bayern Munich with a last-minute equalizer against Cologne

MUNICH (GERMANY): Bayern Munich’s Joshua Kimmich scored in the 90th minute, netting the 1-1 draw against Cologne on Tuesday, keeping Bayern in top of the German soccer league table, four points behind its closest rivals. The German champions, who are chasing their eleventh consecutive championship trying to extend theirs record, had possession but were much less effective than their opponents, who seemed ready to snatch the three points thanks to Elias Skhiri’s shot in the fourth minute in a row at the far post. But Kimmich scored with a long-range shot, taking leaders Bayern to 36 points. Leipzig, who won 6-1 against Schalke 04 today, are second with 32 points, while Eintracht Frankfurt, third with 30, will meet Freiburg tomorrow, Wednesday. And thanks to the 7-1 win over Werder Bremen last week, Colin was more powerful during the first half and quicker to tackle the situation to keep in away Bayern, who will face Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16 of the Champions League next month. from her area strictly speaking. Bayern players completely dominated the match after the break. But despite the game being one-sided, Bayern couldn’t find a way to score for much of the second half. Substitute Thomas Muller had the opportunity but Marvin Schwabe cleared the ball over the bar in the 80th minute, but the Cologne goalkeeper was unable to get the ball when Kimmich fired a missile in goal in the last minute of the match. (Reuters)