Thomas Muller left a spectacular mark on Saturday’s game with a bicycle-kick finish to give Bayern Munich a 2–1 lead against Darmstadt.
Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller left a spectacular mark on Saturday’s game with a bicycle-kick finish for a 2–1 lead against Darmstadt.
Muller struck in the 70th minute, settling the ball with his chest in the box off a cross and whipping the ball expertly into the top-left corner with a flick of the right foot.
The goal was the 17th of the season for the German forward and his second of the game. Robert Lewandowski would seal the game up with a goal of his own soon afterward.
Bayern went on to win 3–1 and remain at the top of the Bundesliga table.