The French striker became Bayern’s youngest ever scorer in the Bundesliga, but the German champions were snagged by Stuttgart (2-2).
Mathys Tel made Bayern Munich history this Saturday. The French striker, recruited at a golden price by the German champions at Stade Rennais, became the youngest player to start a Bundesliga match for Bayern, then the club’s youngest scorer in the league.
At 17 years and 136 days, the great French hopeful took over from the left a cross from Alphonso Davies to open the scoring against Stuttgart (1-0, 36th). It is the second goal for Tel this season, after the one scored against the modest Viktoria Köln in the German Cup.
— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) September 10, 2022
However, Tel’s goal did not allow Bayern to win since Julian Nagelsmann’s men, brilliant on the field of Inter (0-2) in the Champions League, conceded their third draw of continued in the Bundesliga. Furhich equalized for VFB (1-1, 57th), and despite Jamal Musiala’s new goal (2-1, 60th) and the entries of Leroy Sané and Sadio Mané, it was another former Rennes player who scored at the end of the game, Serhou Guirassy, from the penalty spot (2-2, 90th + 2).
In the standings, Bayern thus misses the opportunity to take control, while Freiburg will only play on Sunday, and Borussia Dortmund was crushed on the field of Leipzig (3-0), for the very first match of Marco Rose on the RBL bench, against his former club.