National defender Kim Min-jae (26), wearing the uniform of German professional soccer club Bayern Munich, made his “Munich debut” against Kawasaki Frontale in the Japanese J-League.
Munich won 1-0 in a friendly match against Kawasaki Frontale held at the National Stadium in Shinjuku, Tokyo on the 29th at the ‘2023 Audi Football Summit’.
Munich, who lost 1-2 in a friendly against Manchester City on the 26th, won the second match of the Japan tour.
https://displayad.zum.com/NetInsight/html/zum/news/newspage@newszum_pc_250Above all, the interest in the game on this day was whether or not Kim Min-jae, who wore a Munich uniform on the 18th local time, participated.
Kim Min-jae was omitted from the list of players for the match against Man City, but was proudly included in the starting list against Kawasaki that day.
In particular, in Kawasaki, ‘national team senior’ Jung Sung-yong took the role of goalkeeper, and a ‘Taegeuk Warriors confrontation’ was also held.
Kim Min-jae, who worked as a center back with French national team defender Benjamin Pavard, radiated the energy of a ‘monster’ from the beginning of the first half.
Kim Min-jae received applause from the fans first for his offensive power rather than his defensive power.
In the 6th minute of the first half, he joined the attack from Joshua Kimmich’s left corner kick, soared from the front of the goal area and aimed for a goal with a header. The ball went well over the crossbar, and it was his ‘Munich first shot’.
In the 11th minute of the first half, after penetrating deep into the opponent’s camp, cutting off the opponent’s pass, he quickly dug into the left side of the penalty area and gave up a cutback pass.
Kim Min-jae almost wrote an attack point in the ‘Munich Debut Match’, but was blocked by ‘National Team Senior’ Jeong Sung-ryong.
In the 29th minute of the first half, Kim Min-jae prevented the risk of conceding a point with his tenacious defense.
He blocked the opponent’s counterattack in the midfield and allowed a break through, but immediately ran back and took the ball away from the right side of the penalty area with unrelenting defense.
Afterwards, Kim Min-jae blocked Kawasaki’s attack without any risk, and Munich finished the first half without scoring.
Munich replaced 9 players at the start of the second half, and Kim Min-jae was also replaced with Dayo Upamecano and returned to the bench.
In the 12th minute of the second half, Josip Stanišić blocked the ball in the midfield and rushed to the opponent’s goal, exchanging passes with Ryan Gravenberg, and scored with a left-footed shot from the front of the penalty area.먹튀검증
In the 41st minute of the second half, Aryon Ibrahimovic’s right-footed shot from the left side of the penalty area hit Kawasaki’s left goal post, and Munich missed an opportunity for an additional goal and finished with a one-goal victory.