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Bayern in the individual review: Scores against Lazio Rome: Sané and Coman swirl – Musiala makes history
After the defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt, there was already an alarm mood at Bayern, but in the Champions League round of 16 against Lazio Rome the defending champion is building on the previous year’s performance. The 17-year-old Jamal Musiala is particularly convincing.
In the 4: 1 at Lazio Rome, Jamal Musiala, who may soon be playing for the DFB, is positively noticed – justament in the position that a certain Thomas Müller could have taken in the Löw squad at the EM.
The Bavarians in the individual review:
MANUAL NEWER – NOTE 3: Only a couple of times mediocre challenged in first half – he’s used to worse. No chance for a goal (49th) by Correa.
NIKLAS SÜLE – NOTE 3: The one counted by the CEO and seen by the sports director as a top player was again allowed to replace Pavard (Corona quarantine) – so much for Bouna Sarr’s future at FCB. Süle? No special occurrences.
JÉRÔME BOATENG – NOTE 2: Got in the way on the line of the penalty area suspecting a penalty (18th) when it got confusing for once in front of his 16th. And otherwise? Sovereign.
Davies with problems in the back, but strong in front
DAVID ALABA – NOTE 3: The soon-to-be-ex-Bayer, who recently also traded with the Neymar club PSG, did not let his travel plans show. A bit passive in a duel before the 1: 4.
ALPHONSO DAVIES – NOTE 2: Actually lost a running duel (16th) on the outside line! Manuel Lazzari managed the feat, but this was without consequences. However, his brisk dribbling before the 2-0 by Musiala, when he attracted three Romans, had consequences.
Kimmich provokes, Goretzka brings stability
JOSHUA KIMMICH – NOTE 3: With his typical tenacity, provoked the bad pass before the 0: 1 with ultra-early pressing. Saw yellow for complaining.
LEON GORETZKA – NOTE 3: As announced in the starting XI and should provide stability and momentum alongside Kimmich – as long as the forces are sufficient. In any case, they were enough for a soulful pass from the ankle to Musiala before his goal to 2-0. Was allowed to call it a day after an hour.
LEROY SANÉ – NOTE 2: Right at the beginning I had a few nice scenes that only a few kickers can manage with the ball. In contrast, his 3-0 defeat just before the break was comparatively disgraceful. Furious then his speed run before the own goal to 4-0 (47th).
Goal against Lazio: Jamal Musiala makes history
JAMAL MUSIALA – NOTE 2: Was allowed to run in Thomas Müller’s position this time instead of Choupo-Moting. “Is someone who can play the last pass,” said Flick in advance. But can also play the last ball – into the goal. Just like in the 24th minute, when Davies and Goretzka had set up the ground when he hit the corner from 16 meters to make it 2-0. First goal in the fourth Champions League game, Bayern’s youngest Champions League goalscorer. It was previously called Samy Kuffour.
KINGSLEY COMAN – NOTE 2: Was initially a little in the shadow of the more active Sané on the other wing, but then ran away from all the Romans shortly before half-time, caught his shot at the keeper, but Sané used the rebound.
Lewandowski initiates the victory
ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI – NOTE 3: It took less than nine minutes to hit the first goal: injected into an unsuccessful return, past the keeper, and dropped with the left: 1-0. As the man of the world says: Grazie mille!
JAVI MARTÍNEZ – NOTE 3: Came after an hour for the comebacker Goretzka. Didn’t allow anything else centrally.
LUCAS HERNÁNDEZ – NOTE 3: Arrived in minute 75 to spare the Coman, who had just been warned, further harm.
ERIC MAXIM CHOUPO-MOTING AND BOUNA SARR: Arrived late for review.
This article was written by Patrick Strasser
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