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Villareal vs Bayern Munich

Villareal vs Bayern Munich: Villareal met FC Bayern Munich in the 1st game at the Estadio de la CeramicaSt First leg in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

Although Bayern dominated the statistics, it was Villareal who ended the evening happily. Arnaut Danjuma scored early in the game and put the visitors behind. Francis Coquelin doubled the lead but was ruled offside and ruled out. However, Bayern tried everything to equalize but were unsuccessful.

Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the game:-

Villareal vs Bayern Munich Player Ratings

villa real

Geronimo Rulli (8/10): Rulli made 4 notable stops and saved Bayern strikers’ shots from Villareal’s net.

Juan Foyth (7.2/10): Foyth advanced well in attack but lost 7 duels in defense – the most in the game.

Raul Albiol (7.2/10): The experienced centre-back was rock solid at the back and made brilliant clearances.

Pau Torres (7.3/10): Torres positioned himself in key defensive positions and performed his duties remarkably well.

Pervis Estupinan (7.5/10): Estupinan covered the left flank attacks well. He made a few last minute challenges to contest Bayern.

Franz Coquelin (6.4/10): Aside from the disallowed goal, Coqulin didn’t do much in the game and was substituted in the second half.

Etienne Capoué (7.2/10): Capoue was an important cog in Villareal’s setup as they relied on him to ensure stability in their form.

Daniel Parejo (7.8/10): Parejo had a nice play in the middle as he provided the crucial assist for the winning goal.

Gerard Moreno (6.8/10): Moreno attacked from the front and hit the woodwork once in his 4 shot attempts.

Arnaut Danjuma (7.8/10): Danjuma struck the deciding set early in the game and set the pace of the game. He was later replaced by Samuel Chukwueze.

Giovanni lo Celso (8/10): Lo Celso’s quick feet posed some threat on the right wing as he was fouled three times – the most in the game.


Alfonso Pedraza (6.5/10): Pedraza replaced Coquelin on the left wing and did a decent job until the final whistle.

Serge Aurier (NA)

Samuel Chukwueze (NA)

Bayern Munich

Manuel Neuer (5.9/10): Goalkeeper of FC Bayern Munich Neuer only had to fend off one shot in the match, which he was unable to hold due to a little bad luck.

Benjamin Pavard (6.9/10): Despite being substituted in the second half, Pavard was the game’s most accurate passer.

Dayot Upamecano (7.6/10): Upamecano made a lot of important passes and did well when he wasn’t in possession to defend the goal.

Lucas Hernández (8.3/10): Hernandez completed the most passes in the game and was named Player of the Game for his defensive performance.

Alfonso Davies (8/10): Davies completed 7 dribbles and won 15 duels – the most in the game for both stats.

Joshua Kimmich (8.1/10): The holding midfielder was exceptional in midfield, holding the ball flawlessly and capturing the ball well when not in possession.

Jamal Musiala (7.3/10): Musiala excelled in midfield. He cut the angles well and pushed on purpose.

Kingsley Coman (6.7/10): Coman tried to create chances with his pace and flair but Villareal were too stubborn to stay alert.

Thomas Mueller (6.2/10): Müller had no effect that evening and was replaced by Leon Goretzka in the second half.

Serge Gnabry (6.3/10): Gnabry also had a relatively quiet game on the left and was substituted for Leroy Sane.

Robert Lewandowski (6.5/10): Lewandowski couldn’t influence the game as he only had 29 touches throughout the game – the fewest for an outfield player who has played 90 minutes.


Leon Goretzka (6/10): Goretzka came on for Müller and was doing well until he got injured and had to be substituted in the final minutes.

Leroy Sane (6.5/10): Sane made a few dribbles and also had a shot on goal after coming on for Gnabry in the second half.

Niklas Sule (NA)

Marc Roca (NA)

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