Bayern Munich, with a goal from their new French player Corentin Tolisso, beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 at home in the opening Bundesliga on Friday. Tolisso, the young Frenchman who arrived in Bavaria for 47.5 million euros, soon delighted his new fan: a dangerous shot in the 5th minute, a goal on his second chance (2-0, minute 19) and A shot to the stick a few minutes later. Under heavy rain, the German champion was far superior to his first opponent and is already provisionally placed at the head of the tournament, before the first day is completed on Saturday and Sunday.

Bayern started with a win

The first goal of Bayern was signed by another new face of the team arrived from the Hoffenheim. He headed to the net in the area a foul hung by Sebastian Rudy. The second goal, Tolisso, came in 19, when the Chilean Arturo Vidal reached a rejection in the area and sent to the arch of Leverkusen, where the Lyon ex, head, pushed the net.  Bayern’s third goal was scored by Polish star Robert Lewandowski in the 52nd penalty shoot-out. That maximum penalty is the first of the history of the Bundesliga that is granted after the review through video .

Bayer Leverkusen saved the honor through Admir Mehmedi (65) and in the last half hour proved dangerous, but without surpassing more than Sven Ulreich, who replaces Manuel Neuer, who resumed training earlier this month after an operation on a foot in June. Accompanied for the first time in the Bundesliga by his assistant Willy Sagnol, Bayern’s Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti included several unsung winners, especially by securing three new signings, Sule in the center of defense, Tolisso in the middle of the field And Sebastian Rudy.

Arjen Robben, by contrast, remained on the bench. Franck Ribery was on the grass to start his 34th season his eleventh season at Bayern. Substituted in the 77th minute, Ribery was replaced by Kingsley Coman.

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Bayern Munich, with a goal from their new French player Corentin Tolisso, beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 at home in the opening Bundesliga on Friday. Tolisso, the young Frenchman who arrived in Bavaria for 47.5 million euros, soon delighted his new fan: a dangerous shot in the 5th minute, a...