Bayern vs Augsburg Player Ratings: Kane’s Brace Seals an Easy Win!

  • FC Augsburg’s Felix Uduokhai inadvertently gifted Bayern München the lead with an unfortunate own goal in the first half.
  • Kane’s clinical finishing with two goals, including a penalty, made him the standout performer for Bayern München.
  • Augsburg didn’t go down without a fight, with Dion Beljo’s late strike adding drama to the encounter.

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Bayern Player Ratings

  • Sven Ulreich 6/10: Didn’t have to do too much as Augsburg attacks were stopped by the defenders.
  • Noussair Mazraoui 7/10: Job well done for the right back. Was fantastic in defense and also played his part on the offense with his passes.
  • Dayot Upamecano 6.5/10: The Frenchman did his job well, he stopped whatever Augsburg attackers tried to produce.
  • Min-Jae Kim 7/10: Covered a lot of ground and went up the pitch when it was needed for the team.
  • Alphonso Davies 7.5/10: Was good with his dribbles and assisted Kane for his second goal.
  • Leon Goretzka 7.5/10: Played box-to-box, a nightmare for the Augsburg defense, and didn’t let anyone pass.
  • Joshua Kimmich 7/10: Won the penalty that Kane sent to the back of the net. Good performance overall.
  • Serge Gnabry 6.5/10: Decent game, but didn’t do anything special either.
  • Leroy Sané 7/10: Ran like the wind, and gave the opposition defenders a tough. Although couldn’t find a teammate with his crosses but made some key passes.
  • Kingsley Coman 7.5/10: Great passing, opened up the defense multiple times that led to chances.
  • Harry Kane 8.5/10: Found the net twice, scored from the spot, and found Davies’s cross to make it 3-0.


  • Konrad Laimer 7.5/10: Gave some great crosses to Kane which he couldn’t convert. Sowed class in a short time.
  • Mathys Tel 7/10: Made attempts at the goal, but didn’t succeed.
  • Ryan Gravenberch 7/10: Made some key passes that led to decent chances.
  • Thomas Müller 5/10: No noteworthy contribution.
  • Matthijs de Ligt 5/10: No noteworthy contribution.

Augsburg Player Ratings

  • Finn Gilbert Dahmen 5/10: Had a busy day at the post but Kane got the better of him.
  • Arne Engels 6/10: Made some good defensive effort but couldn’t find his teammates with his passes.
  • Maximilian Bauer 6/10: Couldn’t stop Davies from getting through which eventually led to a goal.
  • Felix Uduokhai 4/10: Scored an own goal to give Bayern the lead. Tried to redeem himself defensively but wasn’t able to stop Kane.
  • Mads Pedersen 6/10: He ran into a great deal of trouble against Sane. Made some dribbling efforts on his own and succeeded but didn’t lead to anything.
  • Elvis Rexhbeçaj 5/10: Poor game for the defensive midfielder, only 28 touches. Was taken off the field in the 66th minute.
  • Niklas Dorsch 6/10: Gave away the penalty which Kane used to double the lead. Although did well defensively.
  • Ruben Vargas 5.5/10: Not a good day for the midfielder. Lost the ball many times, and his dribbling attempts also didn’t come to fruition.
  • Ermedin Demirović 7/10: The captain did not lose his spirit after being 3-0 down. Found Beijo in the box which he converted into a consolation goal.
  • Sven Michel 6/10: A day to forget for the forward. Zero attempts toward the goal but made some key passes.
  • Mergim Berisha 6/10: Got some chances but his attempts weren’t fruitful.


  • Dion Drena Beljo 7.5/10: Super sub, beat Ulrich in a 1 on 1 situation. Great finish to deny Bayern their clean sheet.
  • Tim Breithaupt 5/10: Did not make any notable contributions to the game.
  • Irvin Cardona 5/10: Did not make any notable contributions to the game.
  • Phillip Tietz 5/10: Did not make any notable contributions to the game.
  • Robert Gumny 5/10: No notable contribution to the game.

Bayern vs Augsburg Match Summary & Highlights

In a thrilling Bundesliga clash, FC Bayern München secured a 3-1 victory over FC Augsburg. The match was filled with drama, goals, and some spectacular moments.

The first half saw Bayern take the lead through an unfortunate own goal by FC Augsburg’s Felix Uduokhai in the 32nd minute. Bayern dominated possession and had several scoring opportunities, but Augsburg’s defense held firm. The half ended with Bayern leading 2-0 after Harry Kane converted a penalty in the 40th minute following a handball by Niklas Dorsch.

Augsburg came out stronger in the second half, with Dion Beljo pulling one back with a well-placed shot in the 86th minute, giving the visitors a glimmer of hope. However, Harry Kane sealed the deal for Bayern with a clinical finish in the 69th minute, making it 3-1.

The match showcased brilliant attacking play from both sides, with Kane, Leroy Sané, and Kingsley Coman causing constant problems for Augsburg’s defense. Despite Augsburg’s late effort, Bayern’s defense held strong to secure the win.

With this victory, Bayern München continues to assert their dominance in the Bundesliga, while FC Augsburg showed they are no pushovers, putting up a spirited fight.

Man of the Match: Harry Kane

Harry Kane was the standout player in the match, earning the title of Man of the Match. His performance was exceptional, scoring two crucial goals for FC Bayern München. Kane displayed clinical finishing, intelligent positioning, and excellent teamwork, proving once again why he is considered one of the world’s top strikers.

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