Bayern’s win over Dynamo Kiev is colored by supporters’ protests to UEFA

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“A large banner is spread across the field guardrail. What’s in it?”

1NEWS – I don’t know what that means, Bayern Munich fans put up a big banner on the side of the Allianz Arena during the 5-0 victory over Dynamo Kiev in the second match of the Champions League, Thursday (30/9/2021) early morning WIB. The protest read: “Stop reforming the Champions League. Football for millions of fans, not billions of euros”.

Bayern showed their dominance when they hosted Dynamo to solidify their position at the top of Group E, beating Benfica and Barcelona.

Showcasing the best squad with Manuel Neuer as goalkeeper, protected by Niklas Suele, Dayot Upamecano, Lucas Hernandez and Alphonso Davies at the back. Then, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka as defensive midfielders. Then, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Mueller, Leroy Sane as an attacking midfielder, Robert Lewandowski as a lone striker.

As a result, Bayern immediately controlled the game after the first kick. Mueller had scored in the seventh minute from a shot on the edge of the box, but it was ruled out. It was Lewandowski first to violate Oleksandr Andriyevskiy.

Lewandowski could only have brought the hosts ahead in the 12th minute through the penalty spot after Serhiy Sydorchuk’s handball. Furthermore, Bayern unstoppable. The Polish striker doubled Bayern’s advantage in the 27th minute. Gnabry, Sane and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting then scored in the 68th, 74th, 87th minute to ensure Bayern won 5-0.

These results solidify Bayern’s position at the top of Group E with six points. Benfica in second position with four points after frustrate Barcelona 3-0. Dynamo are in third place with one point and Barcelona are caretaker without points.

What is interesting is the action of Bayern supporters who put up a large banner on the guardrail behind the goal. The message was clearly addressed to UEFA.

The same step was previously taken by Borussia Dortmund during the Champions League match against Sporting Lisbon. Large banners with the same words: “Stop reforming the Champions League. Football for millions of fans, not billions of euros” were also posted behind the goalposts at the guardrail.

I do not know what is meant by this disagreement, for sure they are against UEFA’s plan to reform the Champions League as part of efforts to stem the European Super League.

The reason is, if the Champions League is not changed in the format and the number of matches, some clubs threaten to hold the European Super League. If this competition rolls on, it will be even more detrimental to the club because only big teams are allowed to be involved in it.

(andri ananto/you)

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