Budesliga : SC Freiburg vs Bayern Munich as Bryern Munich power into the Budesliga with a 1-4 victory

Here are the player ratings for SC Freiburg vs Bayern Munich Budesliga match.

SC Freiburg vs Bayern Munich

SC Freiburg vs Bayern Munich: SC Freiburg faced Bayern Munich in Matchday 28 of the Bundesliga at the Europa-Park-Stadion.

A cagy first half saw both the teams go into the half time at 0-0. Bayern broke the deadlock at the 58th minute to go ahead in the game. Freiburg responded immediately within 5 minutes to level things up. Bayern then went on a rampage as they scored 3 more goals in the remaining half an hour as the game ended in a 4-1 result for the visitors.

SC Freiburg vs Bayern Munich Player Ratings

SC Freiburg

Mark Flekken (5.8/10): SC Freiburg goalkeeper got to make the first save of the game which he did comfortably of a volleyed attempt from Goretzka. Was in the thick of the action throughout the first half as his team was defending. Made 3 saves in the first half. Conceeded 4 goals in the second half. Had a poor game overall.

Manuel Gulde (6.9/10): Was very bright in the opening stages of the game as he dealt well with Coman’s threat down the wing. Did well to release the pressure from his team by making some important clearances. Very good passing accuracy. Tackled well in the first half. Intercepted many long balls.

Philipp Lienhart (6.2/10): The central defender looked solid at some moments. Accurate with his distribution from the backline. Bad game awareness. Lacked the aggression. Blocked some opponent’s shots at crucial areas. Cleared the ball many times.

Nico Schlotterbeck (6.8/10): Decent display from the centre back.  Was always looking to release Gunter down the wing to start the counter attack.  Had a shot off target. Looked very strong in the air. Anticipated the ball well.

Jonathan Schmid (7.4/10): Was electric down the right wing for Freiburg. Combined very well with Gulde down the right channel. Very strong physically as he won a lot of ground duels. Made a lot of tackles to win the ball for his team. Cleared the ball at times from the danger areas.

Nicolas Hofler (6.7/10): An average game for the midfielder. Did very well defensively.  Blocked a few shots and intercepted some balls. Aerially strong presence at the middle of the park. Committed some fouls.

Maximilian Eggestein (6.4/10): Saw a lot of possession throughout the game. Produced a key pass. Was a workhorse running all over the pitch. Cleared the ball to release the pressure from his defence.

Christian Gunter (7.4/10): The captain was great down the left wing channel. Deployed as a wing back, did well both defensively and offensively. Got in a great cross in the opening stages of the game. Linked well with the left midfielder of his team and made some brilliant runs.

Roland Sallai (7.0/10): The forward  did not see much of the ball but did well with whatever he got. Very good driblling. Unbeatable at ground and aerial duels. Had a shot on target. Was fouled a couple of times. Subbed off at the 62nd minute.

Vincenzo Grifo (6.7/10): Drifted to the right wing region at times. Produced a key pass in the game. Attempted a lot of long balls and was good with it.  Gave away the ball many times. Should have went for the goal by himself at times.

Lucas Holer (6.5/10): Missed a glorious chance to make connection with the ball at the 17th minute mark. Did his defensive side of the game well as he intercepted the ball from the opponent many times. Bad decision making from the attacker at times though. Gave away possession easily.


Nils Petersen (7.1/10): Came on in the 62nd minute and equlised for his team with a good finish. Created some good chances for his side as well. Good passing range.

Hugo Siquet (6.0/10) : Subbed in at the 69th minute, hardly had any impact in the game. Got very less of the ball.

Janik Haberer : N/A

Noah WeiBhaupt : N/A

Woo-Yeong Jeong : N/A

Bayern Munich

Manuel Neuer (6.8/10): Bayern Munich goalkeeper did well in whatever he had to do in the first half. Made some saves. Came up his line many times to give his defenders a passing option. The captain was very good on the ball as usual.

Benjamin Pavard (6.7/10): Very good with his ground presence. Could have closed down the spaces better. Went on the overlaps at times. Did very well with the ball. Good with his defensive duties. Caught off position a few times. Subbed off at the 73rd minute.

Dayot Upamecano (7.2/10): A commanding display at the backline. The centre back was brave going into every second ball. Put his body into the line a number of times to deny the opponent a clear goal site. Did not lose the ball under pressure at the back. Was yellow carded in the game.

Tanguy Nianzou (6.8/10): The defender did his best at the backline. Looked rusty at times. Had a shot off target. Pushed upfield with the ball whenever possible. Was winning the second balls at the time when his team was under pressure.

Lucas Hernandez (6.8/10): Had almost 100+ touches in the game. Did all of the blocks, interceptions and tackles. His long ball was not upto the mark in the game. Passing accuracy on the lower side. Attacking exploits could have been much better.

Joshua Kimmich (8.2/10): Excellent set-piece delivery. Had probably the most number of touches by any player in the first half. Got in some brilliant forward passes for his forwards. Great at ground duels. Showed good composure and game-reading at many instances of the game. Got the assist for the first goal.

Leon Goretzka (7.8/10): A volleyed attempt from him at the 7th minute was the first shot on target from his team in the game. Scored the first goal for his team in his comeback game. Was constantly getting himself into the box to add the attacking threat for his team. Dribbled well at times. Good long ball delivery as well.

Kingsley Koman (6.7/10): Gave away the ball far too easily in the opening minutes. Got better as the match progresses. Got a lot of space down the wings but his crossing was well below average.  Had a shot on target for himself in the first 45 minutes of the game. Created a big chance at the 53rd minute. Scored the third goal for his team.

Leroy Sane (6.2/10): Had 2 shots on target. Did well in closed spaces. Accurate passing throughout the game. Failed in most of his dribbled attempts. A quiet game for the German winger.

Thomas Muller (7.3/10): Played a good game of football. Exploited in the creative traditional number 10 zone, he pulled the strings for his team in the attack. Created 2 good chances for his team in the first half. Good ball distribution at different areas of the pitch by the German veteran. Couldn’t control the ball at the 53rd minute to convert a great chance.

Robert Lewandowski (6.5/10): A quiet start to the game from the goal-machine. Got in a few chances to line up a shot for himself but couldn’t. Had no shot on target in the first half which is very unusual as per his standards.  Subbed off in the second half.


Corentin Tolisso (6.8/10): Came on in the 56th minute and was energetic from the get go. Created 2 great chances for his side.

Jamal Musiala (6.6/10): Did a lot of side passes and backpasses. Produced some good chances for his side. Did good overall in the little time he got.

Serge Gnabry (8.4/10): Came off the bench to score the second goal for his side. Immense impact on the game since coming on. Increased the attacking threat of his side. Produced some key passes. Got an assist to his name as well.

Marcel Sabitzer : N/A

Niklas Sule :  N/A

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