4-3 for Bayern Munich Man Utd: Player evaluations during a seven-goal thriller in the Champions League

In the Champions League on Wednesday night, Bayern Munich prevailed over Manchester United in a seven-goal thriller to grab the lead in Group A.

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A error by Andre Onana in the first half allowed Leroy Sane to score, and Serge Gnabry doubled Bayern’s advantage. Early in the second, Rasmus Hojlund scored his first goal for United, but Harry Kane’s fifth goal for Bayern appeared to have secured the outcome in the home team’s favor.

When he scored a close-range goal to make it 3-2 late on, Casemiro appeared to have ignited a comeback, but Bayern’s replacement Mathys Tel quickly restored Bayern’s two-goal lead. Then, very late in the game, Casemiro scored once more to bring the score back to 4-3, which may have flattered United, but there was no more time.

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how the game went
The opening opportunity fell to the visitors within the first minute as Bayern unexpectedly struggled to get into a rhythm.

GK: 6/10 for Sven Ulreich Before Bayern took control of the game, United was held at bay by early saves, albeit relatively easy ones. Possibly hoping for a better outcome from Hojlund’s strike.

RB Konrad Laimer scored a 6/10. lacked the speed to cope with Rashford effectively, but he had the appropriate work ethic and wasn’t overly surprised.

Dayot Upamecano, a cornerback, earned an 8 out of 10 for playing strong defense when Rashford’s pace threatened to isolate him while sweeping up behind Laimer.

Despite his team giving up three goals, Kim Min-jae, the center back, spent a lot of time with the ball at his feet and wasn’t much tested.

Alphonso Davies, a left-back, earned an 8 out of 10 for good ball use and never allowed United to get a sniff down his side.

7/10 for CM Joshua Kimmich (c). It was


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