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FC Bayern, news and rumours: Kimmich probably favors Sabitzer over Goretzka



Marcel Sabitzer is having a good season for FC Bayern.

Joshua Kimmich allegedly favors Marcel Sabitzer over Leon Goretzka in defensive midfield. Oliver Kahn is said to have tackled the referee in the catacombs. And: Iker Casillas only sees Manuel Neuer in fifth place among the best goalkeepers. Here you can find news and rumors about FC Bayern.

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FC Bayern, rumor: Joshua Kimmich probably favors Marcel Sabitzer

Marcel Sabitzer made a good start to the season at FC Bayern. The Austrian convinces the coaching team with his performance in training and on the pitch. But the 28-year-old now faces stronger competition: Leon Goretzka has recovered from his knee injury and was in the starting XI in the 2-2 win over VfB Stuttgart.

However, Sabitzer reportedly has a prominent advocate on the team. His partner in defensive midfield, Joshua Kimmich, favors loudly table football rather Sabitzer than Goretzka, as he appreciates his skills as a clearer. So the seated Kimmich could turn on the offensive more calmly.

Julian Nagelsmann is now faced with a difficult decision in defensive midfield and is said to be torn. As a classic box-to-box player, Goretzka has more offensive quality and can be dangerous with long-range shots or standard takers. The international recently underlined his ambitions.

FC Bayern, News: Oliver Kahn probably attacks Christian Dingert

Bayern board member Oliver Kahn was apparently very upset about Christian Dingert’s penalty decision in the game against VfB Stuttgart. According to information from the Munich boss, the equalizer to the 2-2 final score in injury time picture-enraged the newspaper so much that he is said to have shouted at Dingert in the catacombs.

The penalty came just before the end because Matthijs de Ligt fouled Serhou Guirassy. Dingert looked at the scene again on the monitor and decided on a penalty. The fouled started himself and converted to the final score.

FC Bayern, News – Boateng: How to stop Lewandowski

Former Munich player Jerome Boateng gave Bayern tips on how to stop Barcelona’s Robert Lewandowski. “You can’t neutralize him for 90 minutes, but you always have to stay focused and stay close to him,” he said table football about his former teammate.

When it comes to standards, de Ligt, who is strong in the air, should take care of the superstar. According to Boateng, it would be helpful to dominate the game with possession of the ball and to keep the Pole out of the penalty area. That’s where he scores his most goals.

Should Lewandowski break through, Boateng sees Neuer in particular as responsible: “Then there’s Manu, who knows Lewy’s shots from an estimated 10,000 shots in training in recent years quite well.” However, he sees the chances of Munich high. “If anyone should know how to stop him, it’s the Bayern defense,” said Boateng.

Former Bayern striker Giovane Elber sees problems for both Lewandowski and Bayern’s defence. “You know the defenders, but you don’t benefit from them. It takes the whole team to eliminate Lewandowski. You have to be clever,” said Elber im table football.

FC Bayern, News: Iker Casillas sees Manuel Neuer behind Marc-André ter Stegen

Former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas only sees Manuel Neuer from FC Bayern in fifth place in the ranking of the current best goalkeepers. The 41-year-old named in a video for the like what he considers the top five goalkeepers in the world. For the Spaniard, Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid) is the best keeper. Ederson of Manchester City and Jan Oblak of Atlético Madrid follow in second and third place.

Marc-André ter Stegen from FC Barcelona is fourth for Casillas ahead of Manuel Neuer. In the goal of the national team, the Bayern goalkeeper is placed in front of Ter Stegen. Casillas completely dispenses with the list of star goalkeeper Alisson Becker from Liverpool FC.

The upper half of the table after the 6th matchday

place team Sp. Gates differential pt.
1. Union Berlin 6 13:4 9 14
2. Freiburg 6 10:5 5 13
3. Bayern Munich 6 19:5 14 12
4. Hoffenheim 6 12:7 5 12
5. Borussia Dortmund 6 8:7 1 12
6. Mainz 05 6 6:9 -3 10
7. Cologne 6 10:7 3 9
8th. Borussia M’gladbach 6 7:5 2 9
9. Werder Bremen 6 12:11 1 8th