World News – GB – Canada’s Alphonso Davies helps Bayern beat Dortmund 3-2 to win German Super Cup


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MUNICH – Canada’s Alphonso Davies scored a goal as Bayern Munich added to their trophy on Wednesday, beating Borussia Dortmund 3-2 to hoist the German Super Cup

Bayern have already won Bundesliga, DFB Cup, Champions League and UEFA Super Cup trophies in a crowded 2020 due to the pandemic

The victory helped erase Bayern’s memories of Sunday’s 4-1 league loss to Hoffenheim, ending the German champions’ 32 games unbeaten Wednesday’s victory also marked the third consecutive victory against Dortmund

The Super Cup traditionally matches the winners of the German League and the DFB Cup Dortmund, as a league runner-up, has received the invitation since Bayern won both the Bundesliga and the Cup

Joshua Kimmich scored the winning goal in the 82nd minute Goalkeeper Marwin Hitz could only parry Kimmich’s shot and the midfielder stretched to kick off the rebound as he fell

In the first game, the 19-year-old Edmonton full-back launched a quick Bayern counterattack after a Dortmund corner Corentin Tolisso was left with a simple finish to open the scoring in the 18th minute when goalkeeper Marwin Hitz took his first shot at the crossbar

The Canadian was the supplier in the 32nd minute with a perfect cross at the far post where Thomas Mueller directed the ball

Forward Erling Haaland brought Dortmund back into the game, allowing Julian Brandt to score in the 39th minute and then score himself in the 55th in a move that began when Manuel Akanji muscled Robert Lewandowski out of the ball in midfield

Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer showed superb reactions to Haaland’s shot head-to-head with the Norwegian striker

Giovanni Reyna, 17, entered for Dortmund in the 72nd minute while fellow American Chris Richards, 20, entered for Bayern in the 76th minute

It was the last game before retirement for referee Bibiana Steinhaus, who became the first woman to supervise men’s Bundesliga games in 2017

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