A solid performance helped the Bavarians come from behind to win.
Bayern Munich defeated Liverpool 4-3 in a preseason friendly at the Singapore National Stadium on Sunday (Feb. 2). Frans Kratzig’s goal in second-half stoppage time proved to be the winning goal.
Kim Min-jae, who recently joined Munich, started the match. It was his second consecutive start, following a friendly against Kawasaki Frontale (Japan) on Sept. 29. In that match, the Bavarians struggled to find the back of the net and earned a hard-fought 1-0 victory.
Against Liverpool, the Bavarians conceded in the first two minutes. It was a poor decision by Kim Min-jae. He tried to anticipate his opponent’s movements and cut, but the ball slipped through his fingers, allowing Cody Hakpo to score the opening goal. It was early in the game, and the team looked fresh, but it was also important to consider that they were still getting back into form after their military training in June.
But in the fourth minute, he made a great save from Mohamed Salah. Then, once again, a sharp pass seemed to find Salah, but he blocked it. In the 10th minute, he created a crucial chance. He won the ball in the air from a Munich corner and found Benjamin Pavard in front of goal. Favre was unable to capitalize on the opportunity, hitting the post.
He also showed off his defensive prowess from Napoli. As soon as the ball was played to the opposing striker, he pressed hard to break it up. His passing was also excellent. He played a series of accurate long passes to set up Munich’s buildup.
In the 28th minute, Munich conceded another goal through Fagil van Dijk, making it 0-2. But Kim Min-jae paved the way for a comeback. In the 33rd minute, he played a precise long pass to Serge Gnabry, who found space in the back. Gnabry took over the ball and beat his defender to score the winning goal. 토토사이트
Leroy Sane then scored the equalizer to make it 2-2 at halftime. Kim Min-jae was substituted at the start of the second half.
Munich went behind to Luis Diaz in the 21st minute of the second half, but Josip Stanisic equalized in the 35th minute, before Krzysztof Krejci scored the winner in stoppage time to secure a thrilling come-from-behind victory.
Kim Min-jae, who earned his first offensive point on his Munich debut, completed 95 percent of his passes on the day. His success rate on long passes was 100 percent. European football statistician Sofascore gave Kim a rating of 7,4 for his overall solid defense. It was the highest rating of any Munich defender.