Kim Min-jae scored his first offensive point in a Bayern Munich shirt.
The Bavarians went into halftime tied 2-2 with Liverpool in a preseason friendly at the Singapore National Stadium at 8:30 p.m. ET today.
Kim Min-jae also started. Kim started on the left side of the back four, partnering Benjamin Pavard, Dayo Upamecano, and Alfonso Davies in the defense. Konrad Reimer and Joshua Kimmich lined up in the center, with Jamal Musalla, Serge Navri, and Leroy Janet in the second line. Matthijs Tell was in the front line. In goal was Jan Zomer.
Liverpool also faced Bayern with their best lineup. Mohamed Salah, Cody Gakpo, and Diogo Jota were the back three, with Alexis Sanchez, Dominic Soboslaj, and Curtis Jones in the center. The back four was Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joel Matip, Virgil Pandike, and Andrew Roberson. In goal was Alisson Becker.
Liverpool opened the scoring in the first two minutes. Kim Min-jae moved forward to block Gakpo, but the space behind him was exposed and a penetrating pass went straight through. Gakpo collected the ball in front of him and fired a left-footed shot into the back of the net to give Liverpool the lead.
Three minutes into the second half, Liverpool found the back of the net again with a quick counterattack. This time, however, Kim Min-jae was able to chase down Salah and block his shot.
In the eighth minute, Moussa Allah broke through from the center and passed to an incoming Tell. However, the Liverpool defense intercepted the pass first. The ensuing corner kick found Kim Min-jae, but he was unable to get a shot away.
In the 10th minute of the first half, Bayern had some bad luck in front of goal. From a corner kick, Kim Min-jae’s header found Fabar in front of goal, but Fabar’s header hit the post and the ensuing header bounced over the bar.
In the 25th minute, Gnabry tried a mid-range effort from distance, but it was straight at the keeper.
In the 27th minute, Liverpool added another goal. From a corner kick, Pandyke headed home a low shot to make it 2-0.
In the 32nd minute, Bayern Munich pulled a goal back. Kim Min-jae played a pinpoint long pass to Gnabry, who cut in from the back. Gnabry collected the ball and finished past Matip to make it 2-0. It was Kim’s first assist for Bayern.
In the 41st minute, Bayern equalized. Teller and Gnabry combined on a counterattack. Gnabry drew the attention of the Liverpool defense with his dribble before passing to Zane on the other side. Zane was unmarked and fired a left-footed shot into the back of the net for the equalizer.
In the 43rd minute, Tell received a pass from Davies in the box and fired a right-footed shot straight at the keeper.토토사이트
Two minutes of first-half stoppage time were awarded. The teams went into halftime tied at 2-2 with no further goals.