Individual criticism after the bankruptcy in Heidenheim: One six and four fives: marks for Bayern after a terrifying performance

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Bayern also missed the dress rehearsal for the premier class match against Arsenal. Thomas Tuchel's team blew a 2-0 lead and went home without points. Min-Jae Kim is the weakest Bayern professional in Heidenheim. There are also four fives. Bayern professionals in individual criticism.

The next big setback for him FC Bayern! At the newly promoted 1. FC Heidenheim, the defending champions even gave up a 2-0 half-time lead and then threw the match 2-3 after the break. Harry Kane and Serge Gnabry had secured a relatively safe 2-0 lead at half-time, but then Bayern blew the lead again between the 50th and 51st with amateurish defensive errors.

Afterwards Bayern even counterattacked, Kleindienst made it 3-2 (79th), the embarrassment was perfect. League leaders Bayer Leverkusen, who were already 13 points ahead for the matchday, beat Union Berlin 1-0 and are now 16 points clear, with 18 points still to be shared.

Bayern notes: Kim with errors in defense, Upamecano also insecure

SVEN ULREICH – NOTE 4: He filled the gap for the second time after the match against Dortmund (0-2), replacing Manuel Neuer in goal. The Ostalb Swabian was stopped in the first half, then powerless against Sessa, who broke through and shot, and against Kleindienst (50th/52nd). By reflex he prevented Sessa from making it 2:3.

JOSHUA KIMMICH – NOTE 4: The right back, also from Swabia, made an effort and worked on the right side. Defensively agile and mostly confident, he tried to set offensive accents as best he could. But his deep runs behind the defense or along the flanks achieved nothing.

DAYOT UPAMECANO – NOTE 5: Right part of the central defense in place of Dier. He French with his first appearance in the starting eleven since February 14, when he was sent off for a red card against Lazio Roma (0-1). Against Heidenheim he rarely had control of the situation due to unstable play, but then Sessa escaped him and scored 1-2. He became more and more insecure.

MIN-JAE KIM – NOTE 6: First start appearance for the South Korean since the 2-2 draw in Freiburg on March 1. He replaced De Ligt in the position. He played seriously and cleanly, always making sure to make each pass safely. But: Too passive and inactive when Kleindienst made it 2-2: his man's. He also looked bad before the 1:2.

Gnabry convinces, Musiala often gets stuck

ALPHONSO DAVIES – NOTE 4: The left back started in a very offensive way. But most of the time his efforts failed, weak centers, inaccurate centers-the Canadian He's still finding his form. The interaction with his friend Musiala was also not adequate. The good: the precise cross to Gnabry's header to make it 2-0.

LEÓN GORETZKA – NOTE 4: Denied by national coach Julian Nagelsmann, configured as the main six by Thomas Tuchel. He received balls in his own half and often stimulated the game with many gestures. Very committed, after the 2:2 with more and more offensive desire.

KONRAD LAIMER – NOTE 5: With Aleksandar Pavlovic out again (infection), the Austrian took on the role of more attacking six. He ran a lot, constantly in cleaning mode. I ran a lot, but in the end I didn't have the assertiveness to keep going.

SERGE GNABRY – NOTE 2: As Coman and Sané were absent due to injuries, the right-hander became the starter at left winger, for the first time since the first leg (!) against Heidenheim on November 11. He provided the pass for Kane's first goal, then headed in from the centre-forward position to make it 2-0 – his third goal of the season, all scored in March/April. Eliminated in the 67th minute.

JAMAL MUSIALA – NOTE 4: Bayern's creative mind continued to look for the pass and the way into the depths, but overall they stayed stuck and couldn't move forward with their legs or their ideas. When he did, he lost the ball and dribbled, but his passes did not find the right foot. Arsenal were able to rest after being substituted in the 76th minute.

Müller weak in anniversary match, Tel misses a great opportunity

THOMAS MÜLLER – NOTE 5: The Bayern veteran with his 700th official match for the Reds, as befits his status as captain. He tried to move inside on the right side often, but lost some balls. He often complicated actions. He was out in the 84th minute.

HARRY KANE – NOTE 3: The center forward is there if nothing works beforehand. 32. Bundesliga-Goal in game 28. He coldly converted Gnabry's squad into the far corner: scoring job done. But the almost certain 3:2 (56') failed.

MATHYS TEL – NOTE 5: In the 68th minute, Gnabry entered as a joker and seconds later he missed the opportunity to make it 3-2, but FCH goalkeeper Kevin Müller prevented him. It would have been that thing!

ERIC MAXIM CHOUPO-MOTING – NO NOTE: Tuchel's last offensive wildcard (from the 76th minute for Musiala). He should use his header strength as a second striker and support Kane in the middle.

RAPHAEL GUERREIRO – NO NOTE: He Portugueserecovering from a muscle injury, came into play in the 84th minute. But he could no longer force the change.

BRYAN ZARAGOZA – NO NOTE: He Spanish The Tempo dribbler, an early transfer from FC Granada to Munich at the end of January, made his third appearance in the 84th minute as another attacking prankster, but was unable to achieve anything.

By Patrick Strasser

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