Bayern put UCL tragedy behind them and defeated Wolfsburg 2-0.

Bayern put UCL tragedy behind them and defeated Wolfsburg 2-0.

Despite their recent Champions League failure, Bayern Munich rebounded with a 2-0 victory over Wolfsburg in their final home game.

Bayern quickly established their determination in the contest, scoring just four minutes.

Thomas Müller started the attack, resulting in Lovro Zvonarek’s spectacular finish on his Bundesliga debut, although Alphonso Davies gets credit for the assist.

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Another young prospect, Bryan Zaragoza, made an impact by supplying a superb cross for Müller to set up Leon Goretzka’s goal, which doubled Bayern’s lead in the first 45 minutes.

Although Zaragoza thought he had scored his first goal shortly after, an offside call against Müller prevented further damage for Wolfsburg.

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Despite some adjustments in the tactical lineup for the visitors in the second half, Wolfsburg struggled to break through Bayern’s defense.

The win propelled Bayern back into second place in the Bundesliga standings, while Wolfsburg’s hopes for European football next season were dashed.

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