‘Kim Min-jae Full-Time’ Munich Wins 15th Consecutive Win
‘Kim Min-jae Full-Time’ Munich Wins 15th Consecutive Win in UCL Group Stage with Come-From-Behind Victory
Tell a thrilling comeback goal… Undefeated in 36 consecutive UCL group stage games
Bayern Munich (Germany), where national team defender Kim Min-jae played full-time,
achieved a thrilling comeback victory in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League (UCL),
recording 15 consecutive wins and an undefeated streak of 36 consecutive games. 온라인카지노
As Bayern Munich defeated Copenhagen 2-1 in the second leg away match of Group A of the 2023-2024 UEFA UCL Group Stage held at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark on the 4th (Korean time).
With this victory, Munich recorded its 15th consecutive win in the UCL group stage.
They also continued their undefeated streak of 36 consecutive games (33 wins, 3 draws).
Munich, which won 4-3 over Manchester United (England) in the first match of the group stage,
maintained first place in Group A (6 points) by winning two consecutive group games.
Kim Min-jae started as a center back in the 4-2-3-1 formation and worked with Dayot Upamecano.
On this day, Kim Min-jae showed off his strengths, including accurate long passes and predictable defense.
the 38th minute of the first half, Kim Min-jae created an attack opportunity with a mid-range conversion pass toward Konrad Reimer on the right side.
In the 7th minute of the second half, Copenhagen’s Elias Asuri momentarily broke Munich’s defensive line in the penalty area and penetrated the goal,
Kim Min-jae, who predicted this and moved together, stretched out his foot and blocked Asuri’s shot.
In the 23rd minute of the second half, when Copenhagen put the ball in along the left line,
he ran up to the line and cut the ball away.
Munich struggled with Copenhagen’s strong offensive attack in the early stages of the game.
Munich gave up the first goal to Copenhagen Lucas Leraher in the 11th minute of the second half.
Kim Min-jae blocked Viktor Claesson’s shot in front of the goal with his foot,
but Leraher connected the second ball with a non-stop shot with his right foot.
Bayern Munich, who blocked Copenhagen’s last-minute offensive just before the end of the game,
won the game.