Ederson – 8/10
Didn’t exert much save But defending his goals is very important so the momentum doesn’t overwhelm the hosts. But without the right to save Kimmich’s penalty
Manuel Akanyi – 6/10
Coping well with the speed of the home attack, both Coman and Sane.
Ruben Dias – 8/10
One of Manchester City’s best players in this game and another game that he can rely on for the team in big matches.
Nathan Ake – 6/10
Suffering from a hamstring injury, he was substituted in the second half. Must follow the news on how heavy it is
John Stones – 7/10
Seamlessly switch between playing in defensive midfield and centre-back roles.
Rodri – 7/10
Rarely under a lot of pressure Shows a strong form when dueling in the middle of Bayern
Bernardo Silva – 7/10
Excellent survival in tight spaces. It’s exciting every time when the ball is at your feet.
Ilkay Gundogan – 6/10
There was a slight injury to Kimmich in the first half, who called for a penalty for the team, although Haaland failed to score.
Kevin De Bruyne – 7/10
One more assist and another pass for Haaland to score.
Jack Grealish – 8/10
When there’s confidence, Grealish can’t be stopped. Right now, he’s the only core that needs to be matched up.
Erling Haaland – 7/10
Disappointing penalty miss but succeeded in the second half
After scoring in the game, Haaland became the fastest player to score 35 goals in the Champions League, breaking the previous record held by Ruud van Nistelrooy, who scored in 42 games. Can do it from only 27 matches on the field
At 22 years and 272 days, Haaland also became the youngest player to score 35 goals, beating Kylian Mbappe’s previous record of 23 years and 260 days in the competition.
Haaland has scored 48 goals in 41 games in all competitions. And have the opportunity to play another 13 games this season So can’t wait to see more stats.