Bayern Munich began their pursuit for an 11th straight Bundesliga championship by crushing Eintracht Frankfurt 1-6 on the road.

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As a way to celebrate the start of the season against their far more favoured opponents, Frankfurt supporters chose smoke.

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Bayern Munich was awarded a free kick well out to the right; the area between the ball and the near post was particularly congested with smoke.

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Before Kevin Trapp in the Frankfurt keeper could dive across, Kimmich took advantage of the situation to curl a low free kick that went in off the near post.

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Since the haze put the Frankfurt players off guard, the visitors benefited from Kimmich's quick thinking and tactical understanding.

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Frankfurt's Randal Kolo Muani scored a consolation goal, but Musiala added his second goal of the game to wrap off the victory for Bayern.

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Frankfurt's Randal Kolo Muani scored a consolation goal, but Musiala added his second goal of the game to wrap off the victory for Bayern.

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Finally seeming to be the defender we spent $40 million for, Dayot Upamecano. The Frenchman made many crucial interventions to prevent Frankfurt from ever getting a chance at goal during today's game while remaining fast, calm, and controlled under pressure.

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Jamal Musiala is the shining star. He is one of the top players at this club right now, therefore I can't believe it took managers so long to start him consistently.

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The fitness is still lacking as Bayern Munich slowed down dramatically in the second half once more.

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In front of 50,000 of the league's loudest supporters, Bayern Munich take on defending Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt.

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Bayern Munich players, according to Thomas Muller, don't win games to relish the triumph; rather, they do it to have a quiet Sunday.

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