Kim Min-jae was selected as the best 11 in the Bundesliga along with his performance against Stuttgart. However, Bayern’s worries have grown.
Kim Min-jae led his team to a 3-0 victory by scoring a solid defense and scoring in the 15th round of the Bundesliga against Stuttgart in the 2023-2024 season at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany, on the 18th (Korea time).랭크카지노
In the game, Kim Min-jae, who was active on both sides of offense and defense, caught the attention of Bayern fans. In the 7th minute of the first half, Kim Min-jae tried to advance to the front of Bayern’s goal through Stuttgart’s breakthrough on the left side, but he blocked the opponent’s attack with a quick cover. In the 10th minute of the first half, Udav also threatened Bayern’s goal with a shot after breaking through a spectacular dribble in the penalty box, but Kim Min-jae flew and completely blocked the ball from heading into the goal.
Kim Min-jae stepped forward in the 17th minute of the first half to deliver the ball and showed a pass that shook between Stuttgart’s defense, and in the 21st minute of the first half, he took the ball first when only Pagno was breaking through, driving the ball to block only Pagno from advancing further. In the 24th minute of the first half, in a free kick opportunity where Pavlovic played as a kicker, Kim Min-jae cut the Stuttgart goal with a header in front of the goal. However, the goal was not recognized as offside was declared for shocking reasons that VAR could not be read.
Germany’s Bild said, “There was a flaw in VAR in Bayern Munich’s game,” adding, “Some of the cameras at Allianz Arena seem to be broken. That’s why VAR couldn’t draw a line.”
DAZN commentator Lucas Schlenmüller also said, “We could not reverse the decision made offside on the field due to camera setting issues. The fact that VAR technology did not work proves this. With the technology, the score would probably have been recognized and the team would have led 2-0. Questions remain,” he said, insisting that Kim Min-jae’s score should have been recognized again as a goal through the VAR process. “I couldn’t draw the line because there was no camera to clearly prove offside,” he said, explaining that he blew the opportunity for Kim Min-jae to be recognized for his score due to technical problems at his home stadium.
In the extra time of the first half, the ball that Kim Min-jae cleared went to Mueller near the box, giving him a good opportunity to attack, and Mueller calmly shook the Stuttgart net. However, the goal was canceled again as it was confirmed that Mueller’s position was slightly ahead in the situation of Kim Min-jae’s pass. He also recorded help. In the 10th minute of the second half, a cross that came sharply up from the right side of the penalty box hit Kim Min-jae’s head and headed to Kane. Kane scored the goal in Stuttgart by pushing the ball with his head right in front of the goal. It was his first offensive point since entering the Bundesliga.
He also shook the net himself. In the 18th minute of the second half, Kim Min-jae rushed a cross from inside the penalty box and hit it exactly on the head. Kim Min-jae’s header slightly hit the opponent’s defense and headed into the goal, shaking the net even without time for the opponent’s defense and goalkeeper to use. He did not neglect defense even after scoring a goal. At 22nd minute of the second half, Kirashi blocked the chance to attack itself through a tackle at a time when his team was moving forward.
Bayern shed light on its performance against Stuttgart on its official website, saying, “Kane’s lightning start and Kim Min-jae’s class laid the foundation for the brilliant game.”
Among others, Bayern called Kim Min-jae a “monster Min-jae” and said, “Kim Min-jae was a strong supporter of his teammates and spark of attack through uncompromising tackles. He made it 3-0 with a header in the 18th minute of the second half. Tuchel also gave compliments. Bayern is recording seven clean sheets in 14 games, which is the best record in the Bundesliga right now,” in complimenting Kim’s performance.
The Bavarian Football Club of Germany also said of Kim Min-jae, “There were no Bayern players who failed to show good performance in the stadium. He was everywhere in the stadium,” explaining that Kim threatened his opponent by sweeping the entire area of the stadium.
He was also selected as the Bundesliga’s “Migrant Team.” After the 15th round, the Bundesliga announced the “Migrant Team” through its official SNS. Kim Min-jae was also confident in joining the “Migrant Team,” where a total of 11 players were named. “Monster Kim Min-jae showed overwhelming performance at both ends of the stadium in the 3-0 win over Stuttgart, and performed his best after wearing a Munich uniform,” the Bundesliga praised the match for its best performance since joining Bayern.
“Kim Min-jae, who scored in the first half but was canceled due to offside, eventually scored his first goal in the Bundesliga in the second half. He helped Kane make it 2-0 and finished the day with a 67% winning rate for physical fights,” he exclaimed. In addition, Germany’s kickers and Bild also gave Kim Min-jae one point, the highest rating, acknowledging that Kim Min-jae was the leading player in the victory.
Germany’s SPOX gave Kim a 1.5 rating, saying, “Kim Min-jae perfectly organized his center back defense. The most impressive part was when he stopped Fagnoman from the edge of the penalty box. His six clearings were by far the best in Bayern. He didn’t have any luck early on in the set piece, but he got his third good chance and made his third score.”
Germany’s TZ also praised Kim Min-jae, giving him one point in the highest rating. TZ said, “The goal was blocked in the beginning, but he scored at 18 minutes in the second half to secure the team’s victory. He showed strong performance in the back several times, and made a positive impression through aggressive gestures,” praising both Kim’s scoring and defense capabilities.
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The favorable comments were a pleasant one that could ease the burden of Kim Min-jae’s abuse and harsh criticism. Bayern, which has a total of three World Claps center backs, Kim Min-jae, Matthijs Thelicht and Dayot Upamecano, did not have any worries about center backs at the beginning of the season.