Bayern Munich defender Kim Min-jae made a poor pass that led to a goal, but the Bavarians recovered to win.
The Bavarians won 4-2 in the 11th round of the 2023/24 German Bundesliga against Heidenheim at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany, on Monday (Nov. 11). Munich moved into the league lead over Bayer Leverkusen, which has played one game less.
The hosts started the game in a 4-2-3-1 formation. Harry Kane was the frontline striker, with Serge Gnabry-Thomas Muller-Leroy Sane forming the second line. The third line was Aleksandar Pavlovic-Konrad Reimer. The back four was Buna Saar-Kim Min-jae-Dayo Upamecano-Nusair Mazrawi and Manuel Neuer in goal.
Heidenheim lined up in a 4-1-4-1 formation. Tim Kleindist was up top, flanked by Jan-Niklas Veste and Ehren Dinke. The midfielders were Norman Toerkauf and Jan Schoepner, with Lennard Maloney in defensive midfield. The backline was Jonas Föhrenbach-Benedikt Gimbert-Patrick Minka-Haktav Omar Traore, with Kevin Muller in goal.
Kim Min-jae was named to the starting lineup once again. He has played the most games of any Bayern Munich central defender this season. Kim has played in 17 official matches, compared to 13 for Upamecano and 10 for Mathias de Ligt. De Ligt is currently sidelined with a knee injury. Upamecano recently returned to action after injuring his hamstring in October.
Munich jumped out to a two-goal lead in the first half. In the 14th minute, Kane received a pass from Leroy Sane and made a powerful turn with his back to goal. Kane’s shot found the right corner of the goal. Munich took a 1-0 lead. 토토사이트
Munich added a goal just before halftime. In the 44th minute, Kane headed in a corner kick from Sane. Despite the distance from goal, Kane was able to capitalize on his power to score. Munich went into halftime up 2-0.
In the second half, Munich conceded back-to-back goals. In the 22nd minute, a cross from Deench hit Kim Min-jae and drifted into the center of the box. Kleindist, who was in the penalty box, struck with his right foot and found the back of the net. Heidenheim was within one goal.
In the 25th minute of the second half, Heidenheim equalized. After receiving a pass from Neuer, Kim Min-jae tried to set up his teammate with his left foot, but Veste blocked it. Veste drove into the center of the field and hit a left-footed shot. Kim Min-jae tried to block it with a tackle, but it hit his body and deflected into the goal.
Kim made a mistake, but his teammates kept his spirits up. In the 27th minute, Reimer broke free on the dribble and found Choupo-Moting. Erik Maxim Choupo-Moting’s shot was saved by Muller, but Geheiru slotted home the rebound. With the momentum now in their favor, Munich added a fourth goal in the 40th minute through Choupo-Moting. Mathis Tell’s cross was headed home by Choupo-Moting.
According to soccer stats site Sofascore, Kim made six saves, one blocked shot and one interception in 90 minutes against Heidenheim,