Kim Min-jae Bayern Munich, who plays in the Bundesliga of German professional football, returned as a starter after five games, but his team suffered a shocking upset loss to the promotion team.

Munich lost 2-3 in an away match against Heidenheim in the 28th round of the 2023-2024 Bundesliga at the Foyt Arena in Heidenheim, Germany on the morning of the 7th. Munich, which lost for the sixth time in the season 19 wins, three draws, 60 points, is in jeopardy not only for the championship but also for the second place.

Kim Min-jae was selected as the starting center back by Thomas Tuchel for the first time in a long time, and started from the beginning. He returned to the starting lineup for the first time in five games after the match against Freiburg 2-2 draw on April 1. However, Kim failed to prevent his team’s upset loss. Notably, Kim Min-jae, who worked with Dayo Upamecano as the center defense, showed disappointment in all scenes of losing points in the second half.

Leading the way with consecutive goals from Harry Kane and Serge Nabri in the 38th and 45th minutes of the first half, Munich allowed Kevin Sessa to score a comeback goal just five minutes after the start of the second half. Kim Min-jae’s failure to properly handle the goal kick that flew to Munich’s camp led to the loss of the goal. Another minute later, the team even gave up an equalizer to Tim Clyndinst, who also dug into the back space of Kim Min-jae and scored when a cross was crossed into the penalty area.

Meanwhile, Stuttgart 19 wins, three draws, and six losses, which ranks third in the league, secured a 1-0 win over Dortmund on the day by banking on Seru Girashi’s winning goal in the 19th minute of the second half. Munich +44, 80 goals is ahead of Stuttgart +30, 64 goals in terms of goal difference and multiple goals. With the team leading 1-0, Jung replaced Chris Furich at the 23rd minute of the second half. He showed brisk activities until the end of the game, but failed to score an offensive point.

Leverkusen, which is currently unbeaten in 28 league games, is close to winning its first championship title. Leverkusen score: 76, which beat Union Berlin 1-0 in an away match, is now securing its 24th win four draws. Leverkusen, which is now tying second, has now widened its gap to 16 points. Leverkusen is targeting its first unbeaten win in Bundesliga history since its launch in 1963. 스포츠토토

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