Bayern Munich They didn’t look like a team that was just starting to put things together early on, but they lost some focus during their 5-3 win over RB Leipzig in the DFL-Supercup Cup. Here are some of the quick hitters in the match:
- The eleventh start shocked me a bit. Jamal Musiala’s signing of Leroy Sane was a surprise in a good way. Since Kingsley Coman and Mathijs de Ligt are completely unfit and Nasir Mazraoui hasn’t quite proven himself yet, it was an opportunity for Mosiala, Serge Gnabry, Benjamin Pavard and Daewoo Opicano to showcase their talents:
- However, it was a very sporadic start to the match for both sides. Bayern Munich seemed to have a problem with players adjusting to being in different areas of the pitch more than they used to. The distances between lanes and runs were a problem at times.
- In the eighth minute, Marcel Sabitzer saved Manuel Neuer’s bacon after the captain made a bad mistake.
- Only then did Dayot Upamecano put on a bone-headed play that fortunately wasn’t judged by a penalty kick.
- Obviously it wasn’t a great start for either team like the match, but things will soon get better for Bayern Munich.
- In the 13th minute, Bayern Munich started to put a few things together and took advantage of Musyala a minute later with a goal. only lo someone Was he a fan of Musyala to start the better part of two seasons now?
- So yeah, Musiala > Sané and it’s been like that since the middle of last season.
- Bayern Munich’s lineup was very diverse. It was hard to tell the alignment in play from possession to possession at times.
- Benjamin Henrichs would be a problem for him Die Routine Pauline this chapter. He doesn’t seem to make the best decisions (which has been a problem for him in the past).
- Bayern Munich took a 2-0 lead when Thomas Muller, Mosila and Gnabry combined one-touch passes and set up Sadio Mane. It was a great sequence for the Bavarian player and seemed to decimate RB Leipzig’s hopes.
- I thought Sabitzer and Pavard calmly were too solid at first. The two players casually a lot, but they were very consistent. However, Pavard made a fierce decision on his own later.
- Musiala was completely disabled. His turn on receiving the ball was good and RB Leipzig couldn’t handle it.
- Lucas Hernandez also gave a very strong performance.
- It was also Musiala’s overall turmoil that set Pavard’s goal, which he made 3-0 before the break.
- Andre Silva’s header in the second half almost put RB Leipzig on the scoreboard. The entry of Silva and Dani Olmo in the match helped turn the tables Die Routine Pauline.
- But Marcel Halstenberg’s header in the 59th minute was not missed, and RB Leipzig reduced Bayern Munich’s lead to 3-1.
- Serge Gnabry put the rebound to Muller’s shot in the 66th minute. Bayern Munich’s attack was tough, but the capture of Muziala and Muller would be detrimental.
- From here, Bayern Munich lost focus and got sloppy. Part of that was about excluding Muller from the team, then running around like a chicken with its head cut off.
- A risky and reckless challenge from Pavard awarded RB Leipzig a penalty and Christopher Nkunko’s shot made it 4-2.
- Towards the end, the lack of focus became a huge problem. Attackers and midfielders were choosing limits, the defense was a bit weak and Olmo fired Bayern Munich with the goal of cutting the difference to 4-3.
- In overtime, RB Leipzig went for it all, but left himself out of position and found Leroy Sane himself in 1v1, which he won, and then sent a shot into the net to seal the victory.
- Overall, it was a fun and exciting match… and hey, it was a win! There’s a lot of room for improvement and Julian Nagelsmann is sure to have his work cut out for who gets to play and who misses match to match, but this team has a lot of potential.
It is very likely that Timo Werner will leave Chelsea Football Club In the coming days or weeks, but where will he go? Based on three reports, Real MadridAnd the JuventusAnd RB Leipzig could be the most likely destinations:
As SPORT1 recently revealed, RB Leipzig wants Timo Werner back, there are even talks between the cup winner and Chelsea – but is Real Madrid now struggling between them? (Report: Leipzig wants Werner back!)
Two years after moving to London’s 64 million people, Werner’s tenure with the Blues appears to be coming to an end. And now Real are putting it on their radar, Mundo Deportivo reports.
In principle, members of the royal family are not looking for a striker, but they have lost the reserve of Benzema Luka Jovic (Fiorentina). However, Borja Majoral (returned on loan from Rome) And Marco Asensio could still leave Real. Then Werner could become a problem, the Spaniards report. However, only on loan, not as a permanent commitment.
At Leipzig too, a loan is probably the only viable model – because Werner still has a contract with Chelsea until 2025, and with a gross weekly salary of €295,000, he is one of the top five highly paid players in the star group. Stamford Bridge. According to SPORT1 information, Werner will forgo part of his salary.
Sport1 also knows that Juventus Turin is still interested in Werner after signing Angel Di Maria. In turn, Bild reported that the 53-time national striker is also under discussion in Newcastle United Thus, he could remain in the Premier League.
RB Leipzig’s loan is still on Werner’s table as well:
Sky’s Florian Plettenberg also coincided with more Werner-to-Leipzig hype:
Modernization # Werner: Juventus is certainly interested. But at this point, Werner is too expensive for them. Leipzig’s chances are still very good. He can really imagine going back. Mintzlaff pays for this transfer. Talking about a loan. Leipzig and Werner are getting warmer… Tweet embed
– Florian Plettenberg (Plettigoal) 30 July 2022
could F.C.B Midfielder Frenkie de Jong joins Bayern Munich To forego a loan? De Jong’s salary appears to be one of the primary issues with Barcelona’s ability to score their new players and the club may have to find a creative way to weed out – and/or pay the Dutchman – for this season:
Frenkie de Jong has been discussed as the ideal candidate to leave the club as he is currently sitting on a lucrative pay package. Widely considered one of the best midfielders in Spain, the Dutchman could also generate significant revenue that would go a long way in helping Barcelona score new players.
However, the midfielder has so far resisted all attempts to lure him away from the Camp Nou, as the player has already refused Manchester United Several times this season.
It seems that De Jong can’t imagine a move to Old Trafford because the Premier League giants are not in a position to offer him. Champions League football. But according to Diario AS, a new alternative has emerged in the form of Bayern Munich.
The report indicates that De Jong prefers a move to a major European giant who can offer him football in the Champions League next season. To this end, a loan from Bayern Munich has become an increasing possibility, although it remains to be seen if the Bavarians are open to such a deal.
The German giants solidified their options earlier in the summer by bringing in Ryan Gravenberch from Ajax. But with Leon Goretzka suffering an injury, it will be interesting to see if Julian Nagelsmann enjoys the possibility of signing someone like De Jong on loan.
But Christian Falk of Sport Bild continues to report Bayern Munich’s lack of interest in De Jong this summerBut guess who it is? Chelsea Football Club:
– Christian Falk (@cfbayern) 30 July 2022
Hi Hi! I’m back and ready to chat with all things Bayern Munich!
Apparently, I missed a lot last week, but thanks so much to Samrin for filling it in. However, I am ready to bark. Let’s take a quick look at the explosive talking points on this week’s show:
- Relive all the craziness that happened in the awful week I was on vacation and unavailable.
- Evaluate the moves that could occur.
- The winners and losers of the US tour.
- Possible red flags for this season.
- Reasons for optimism this season.
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Perhaps hinting otherwise, Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly still looking for a way out of Manchester United:
Modernization # ronaldo: FYI he still wants to leave #MUFC. He wants to play CL. The clubs to which he was offered, they received information that it is not a question of money. He is ready to significantly reduce his salary. Back to Sporting? If everything is by loan. Tweet embed Tweet embed
– Florian Plettenberg (Plettigoal) 30 July 2022
There has been no movement in the negotiations between Bayern Munich and Leipzig regarding midfielder Konrad Laimer:
News # Does not pass: Bayern ist is totally at ease in this poker game. They rely on YES from Laimer. Personal terms are accepted. But there has been no contact between the chiefs since the beginning of this week. Leipzig still wants about 30 million euros. Bayern will not pay that. Transfer can happen late. Tweet embed
– Florian Plettenberg (Plettigoal) 30 July 2022
It seems that Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not like her Manchester Pep Guardiola coach:
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