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Winner of the game, grades and individual criticism from the FCB pros



FC Bayern Munich, FC Augsburg, winners, losers, grades, individual ratings, FCB, FCA

In the 5: 3 of FC Bayern Munich against FC Augsburg on the 24th match day, the defenders were particularly convincing on the offensive – despite the occasional blunder, they earned top marks. The grades and individual reviews of Bayern players.

Four of Munich’s five goals were scored by nominal FCB defensive players. The goals conceded came from individual errors and a somewhat odd scramble. The grades and individual reviews of the FCB players.

Match winner: Benjamin Pavard (FCB)

Returned to right-back in the back three against PSG after his suspension. Hardly challenged defensively by the staid Augsburgers. That’s why Pavard was able to intervene dangerously on the offensive several times and even shone as a double goal scorer. After his first goal, the Frenchman demonstratively tapped the Bayern emblem. Such appearances are recommended for a new contract.

Match winner: João Cancelo (Bayern Munich)

The loan star was clearly dissatisfied after several games on the bench. A 1:1 conversation with coach Julian Nagelsmann followed and a good performance as a substitute against PSG. The Portuguese was allowed to play against Augsburg from the start and was able to let off steam against Augsburg, especially offensively. It could also have been recommended for starting XI missions against stronger opponents.

Match winner: Mergim Berisha (FC Augsburg)

Berisha almost posed bigger problems for the Bayern defense than Messi, Mbappé and Co. in the game before. He made João Cancelo look old when he scored to make it 1-0. He sunk his penalty despite a slip on the Munich lawn.

Loser of the game: Augsburg’s full-back

Mads Pedersen and Robert Gumny had a tough day at the Allianz Arena. Both were played dizzy on multiple occasions by João Cancelo and Alphonso Davies. Pedersen looked really bad when Cancelo equalized. Gumny was redeemed and replaced at least at halftime.

FC Bayern vs. FC Augsburg: The line-ups

FC Bayern Munich vs. FC Augsburg – 5:3 (4:1)

Gates 0-1 Berisha (2nd), 1-1 Joao Cancelo (15th), 2-1 Pavard (19th), 3-1 Pavard (35th), 4-1 Sané (45th), 4-2 Berisha (2nd), 5: 2 Davies (74th), 5: 3 Cardona (90th + 3rd)
Lineup FCB Summer – Pavard, Upamecano, de Ligt (84th Blind) – Joao Cancelo, Kimmich, Davies (77th Mazraoui) Gnabry (72nd Müller), Musiala (78th Gravenberch), L. Sané – Mané (71st Tel)
Formation FCA Gikiewicz – Gumny (46th Iago), Gouweleeuw, M. Bauer, Pedersen – Engels (46th Rexhbecaj), Baumgartlinger, Maier (77th Mbuku), Demirovic (46th Vargas) – Beljo (46th Cardona), M. Berisha
Yellow cards
  • FCB: de Ligt (59th). Cancelo (85.)
  • FCA: Pedersen (18′)

FC Bayern: goalkeeper

Yan Summers: Powerless at 0:1. He might have been able to fend off the fluttering ball to the side before the penalty kick. With the 911, the Swiss then chose the wrong corner. A strong foot defense in the closing stages. Note 3.

FC Bayern: defender

Benjamin Pavard: Was a bit unlucky at the beginning when his header was the template for Augsburg’s 0-1 draw. Then Pavard shone especially as a goalscorer. His first goal was mellow in the style of a centre-forward. His second goal with a scissors punch – in which he also somehow imitated the DFL logo – was just tongue-ticking. Rating: 1.5.

Dayot Upamecano: Solid appearance. In each case innocent when conceding goals. Pass rate of 94 percent. But largely held back with offensive advances. Note 3.

Matthijs de Ligt: Not nearly as challenged as against the PSG offensive. Made the foul on the penalty for Augsburg somewhat negligently. Showed some of the usual robust, victorious duels. Grade: 3.5.

FC Bayern: midfielder

Joshua Kimmich: Captain at headquarters. Not particularly spectacular, but Bayern set the pace as the only six in front of the back three. Snappy in many duels in midfield. Note 3.

João Cancelo: Allowed himself to be loaded by Berisha when it was 0-1. Then made up for it with his goal to make it 1-1. Wasn’t seriously attacked by Pedersen either. Little busy at the back, therefore with many impulses forward and always ready to play. A track player like out of the textbook. Rating: 1.5.

Jamal Musiala: Played on the 8 from the start. Kimmich relieved him of any defensive work. Stuck with several dribbles. Played some strong passes in the build-up. Not much to count. Note 3.

Leroy Sane: Raised a bit surprisingly on the 10. When he scored, the national player was right and held his head. Lost the ball far too carelessly, which ultimately led to the Augsburg penalty Grade: 3.

Alphonso Davies: Just like Cancelo hardly challenged at the back, so set very offensively. Strong in multiple dribbles. Crowned his afternoon with the goal to 5:2. Rating: 1.5.

FC Bayern: attacker

Serge Gnabry: Positioned as a hanging top behind Sadio Mané. At his chance in the 14th minute, he curled the ball over it. Otherwise, the national player did not cause the hoped-for fuss. Had some bad luck that the ball was deflected to 4:2 to Sané and didn’t land with him. grade: 4

Sadio Mane: Nice template with an overhead kick to make it 2-1 by Pavard. Visibly missing the liveliness after his injury break. A goal denied for offside. Then he missed another huge chance. grade: 4

FC Bayern: Substitute

Thomas Müller: Substituted for Serge Gnabry in the 71st minute. After that, no special accents. No rating

Mathy’s phone:Came in for the hapless Sadio Mané in the 71st minute. Created a good chance to score shortly before the end of the game, but just missed. No rating.

Noussair Mazraoui: Substituted for Alphonso Davies in the 78th minute. Then played as a right rail player, Cancelo switched to the left for the closing stages. No rating.

Ryan Gravenberch: Came in for Jamal Musiala in the 78th minute. No rating.

Daley Blind: Came in for his compatriot De Ligt in the 83rd minute. No rating.