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Kim Min-jae started after 5 games, Munich lost 2-3 to the promotion team

Played full-time, but only three runs in the second half

South Korean national soccer team’s flagship defender Kim Min-jae returned to the starting lineup after five games, but failed to prevent his team Bayern Munich (Germany) from losing in shock.

Munich came from behind to lose 2-3 to Heidenheim in the 28th round of the Bundesliga in the 2023-2024 season at Boyce Arena in Heidenheim, Germany, on the 6th.

Kim Min-jae, who had been excluded from the starting lineup for four consecutive games behind Eric Dier, was selected as the main center back along with Dayo Upamecano and was put in from the beginning.

He will return to the starting lineup for the first time in five games since the match against Freiburg (2-2 draw) on the 1st of last month.

However, his performance was disappointing, as he gave up three goals in the second half alone and provided an excuse for a come-from-behind defeat.

Munich finished the first half 2-0 with consecutive goals from Harry Kane in the 38th minute and Serge Gnabry in the 45th minute.

However, the second half turned out to be a completely different trend.

Munich was shaken up by allowing Kevin Sessa from Heidenheim to score a comeback just five minutes into the second half. Another minute later, the team even gave up an equalizer to Tim Glindinst, instantly making the score 2-2.

The embarrassed Munich turned the tables in the 34th minute, conceding another goal to Kleindinst.

Kim Min-jae’s rating was easy, although he was disappointed with three runs.

After the game, European soccer statistics website Huskydcom gave Kim a 7.4 rating. This is the third highest score in the team after Kane and Gnabry (7.7 rating).

Munich, which suffered its sixth loss of the season, is on the verge of losing its second place (60 points). Although it managed to stay in second place in goal difference, it is now tied with Stuttgart, which is in third place.

As Munich slipped again, Leverkusen, which has been unbeaten in 28 consecutive league games (24 wins and 4 draws), is also likely to win for the first time in its history.

Leverkusen, the leading team, secured 76 points by holding the match against Union Berlin 1-0. With six more matches to play this season, Leverkusen is now widened to 16 points with Munich remaining. 스포츠토토

If Leverkusen does not lose the rest of the game, it will become the first unbeaten winner in the Bundesliga, which was launched in 1963.

Heidenheim, who defeated Munich, ranked 11th in the league (33 points).


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