Match prizes from Bayern Munich’s 2-0 Champions League win over Inter Milan

Bayern Munich Against its rivals in the Italian League intermilan As they look to start 2022-2023 Champions League Hot start. Here are our singles player prizes from today’s game, plus the usual hat for the opponent who gave it all – let’s get into it.

Jersey Swap: Andre Onana

Inter Milan did not give any credit to their goalkeeper tonight. Allowing Bayern Munich to continually impress the former Ajax goalkeeper, Onana made his best impression on Jan Sommer tonight and frankly had it not been for a wacky own goal, Onana would have kept Bayern Munich with one goal from 11 shots on target which is fantastic. number of times to save. Without Onana, Bayern would likely score at least four goals against Inter Milan. So take a look at the hat, Unana.

Kaiser Monastery: Matthijs de Ligt

Matthijs de Ligt competed with Lucas Hernandez for Der Kaiser in this match as both proved to be stronger defensively and both came up with defensive moves within Manuel Neuer’s area. Tonight De Ligt proved that the transfer fee Bayern Munich paid him was worth it as he showed his ability to work with Hernandez and be a vital playmaker for Bayern going forward.

The God of Football: Joshua Kimmich

Joshua Kimmich’s pass for Leroy Sane was fantastic. We all know Kimmich has had some trouble performing over the past couple of years, but this game was another reminder that Kimmich is still one of the best midfielders in the world. His passing was brief and exceptional coupled with the pressure he put into the Inter Milan midfield.

Bomber: Thomas Muller

Muller was his prototype space translator Against the Inter Milan defense line and midfield. While Jamal Musiala has been pushing to become a robotic player under Nagelsmann, tonight Muller once again demonstrated how arguably Bayern Munich’s most indispensable player is. His ability to track his defense while also being a focal point for building attack was quite evident as he proved a vital aspect in Bayern’s many chances against Inter Milan.

Master of the Match: Leroy Sane

Has a pre-AFC Champions League version finally emerged for Leroy Sane for Bayern Munich and Julian Nagelsmann? His goal midway through the first half was a fine combination of a world-class pass from Kimmich and a better combination of touches by Sané to wrap around André Onana to put it in the net. Even after his goal, Sane was everywhere extending the Inter defense line while constantly finding Muller, Sabitzer and others in an open space and constantly creating opportunities for Bayern to score. This was Sane’s match, and I’m here to hope it’s a good sign of what’s to come.

But the magic moment? The real magic moment? The match was decided by the second goal in the 66th minute. Building and football one touch with Kingsley Coman? Very nice. Before you say anything, yes I know it was a personal goal. But this goal is not achieved without the technical ability of my tongue.

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