Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Bayern Munich Players Rated In Their Comprehensive Win Over Freiburg: 8s And 9s All Around!

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Anas Molla
An ageing teenager who apparently still likes Twenty One Pilots and HIMYM. Also fascinated by Greek and Egyptian mythology and history. Still waiting for my man Milos Raonic to win a Grand Slam.

Bayern Munich started their campaign under new coach Jupp Heynckes in emphatic fashion as they swept aside a struggling Freiburg side with a five-star performance. The Bavarians were the dominant force for the entirety of the game and emerged victorious quite handsomely at the end. Schuster’s own goal within the first ten minutes paved way for the side to dominate against Christian Streichs’ men.

Kingsley Coman doubled Bayern’s lead just before half-time while Thiago and Lewandowski followed it up to seal the game for the home side before Joshua Kimmich added more glow to the scoreline with a goal in the final minute of the game.

Here are the Bayern Munich players rated in their comprehensive victory over Die Breisgauer.

Sven Ulreich (8/10): Looked far from being absent like the previous games. Ulreich kept out Freiburg early on in the game, which could have proved to be a big difference later on. Preserved his clean sheet quite well, though he was hardly tested afterwards.

Joshua Kimmich (9/10): An amazing display once again by the German International. Joshua Kimmich has been one of the rising stars for the Bavarians this season and his last-minute goal was perfect, to sum up, his performance today.

Jerome Boateng (7.5/10): Didn’t really had anything to do defensively. Circulated the possession well, and kept the Freiburg players running all around the pitch throughout the ninety minutes.

Mats Hummels (8.5/10): A solid performance from the former Dortmund captain. Hummels was very neat and tidy at the back and didn’t let opposition to have a clear sight on goal. He was also decisive with his passing and distribution.

David Alaba (8/10): Also showed his real qualities on the field with some excellent wing play. Alaba aided the Bayern’s offensive line with his incisive runs on the final third, coupled with his pace and trickery, which was far too much for the opposition. He got himself an assist for as well, for all his efforts.

Javi Martinez (8/10): He was a surprise package in the starting lineup today. Following an awful game against Hertha in the last game, Martinez came back strong with an impressive display in the middle of the park.

Thiago Alcantara (9.5/10): Ruled the midfield with some exquisite flicks and tricks. His passing and distribution were top notch. While his vision aided Bayern massively, in the final third. Thiago’s goal in the second half was a strike from the top drawer. Magical performance from the former Barcelona player.

Arjen Robben (8.5/10): Was a menace down the right-hand channel throughout the game for the Freiburg defence. Not only did the Dutchman created loads of opportunities for his team but was also looking likely to score one himself.

Thomas Muller (7.5/10): Although not quite as effective as his teammates, Muller was decent, to say the least. The German International used his clever movements to create space for his team, as you would normally expect from Bayern’s Ramdeuter.

Kingsley Coman (9/10): The Frenchman probably had his one of the best games in a Bayern shirt. Coman struck fear into the hearts of the Freiburg defenders with his dangerous runs into the channel. His goal in the second half was properly justified given his superb performance today.

Robert Lewandowski (8.5/10): Wasn’t as effective throughout the game, but put in a good shift in the attack. Lewandowski fought in bravely with the strong Freiburg defenders, and at the end, managed to score his customary goal.


Sebastian Rudy (8/10): Was subbed on for Javi Martinez, who looked to be struggling with his shoulder just after the hour mark. Rudy complemented the work of Thiago and helped him dominate the midfield.

Corentin Tolisso (NA): Came on for Thomas Muller, who received a stunning applause from the fans. Tolisso made some ordinary passes into the final third and helped his team circulate possession.

Niklas Sule (NA): Came on very late in place of Jerome Boateng. Sule solidified the defensive line and helped Bayern see out the game.

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