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Manuel Neuer

At some point, preferably after his career, one would have to ask Neuer what he actually prefers: when he can actually watch games from a deck chair, as he did under Pep Guardiola. Or whether he prefers the Flick variant, which, like against Wolfsburg, guarantees him a minimum of employment. Showed a strong save against Ridle Baku and a very strong one against Wout Weghorst - blameless at the goals, but really nobody looks more annoyed after goals than Neuer. Briefly clashed with Weghorst, but didn't look impressed.

Alphonso Davies

Lots of good sprints, lots of nice hooks, an assist on Musiala, a full-tension hammer on Casteels - a carefree and happy game from Davies. Why not in the Champions League like this? One could rightly say that Wolfsburg is not Paris.

Lucas Hernandez

Was put through the washing machine by Neymar, but remained impressively steadfast. Filed that he is a defender of international stature and also withstood the Wolfsburg pressing attempts at the beginning of the game. Was seldom used by Flick, but actually always performed when it was needed. So this time too. Was guilty of the two goals conceded. Collided with Kevin Mbabu at the last second and had to leave the field in pain.

Jerome Boateng

It is not yet known where Jérôme Boateng will end up in the summer. But if you go after your sporting achievements, then you will find a club from the top that can use him for free. Looked unhappy on both goals conceded because he was close to the goalscorer - but there is actually little he can do. The mistakes happened earlier. However, I was lucky that his air hole didn't lead to 3: 3 five minutes before the end.

Benjamin Pavard

Let Paulo Otavio cross in peace and thus bore the main blame for Munich's second goal. Otherwise, he was busy in the game because the setup often ran over his side and it was Pavard's job to play either Kimmich, Müller or Sané. That usually went smoothly.

David Alaba

Like against Paris, he formed the central midfield together with Joshua Kimmich and took on the more offensive part. Didn't do that badly because David Alaba doesn't play really badly in any position - but he misses the power of Leon Goretzka in front of goal. Like Boateng, the forecast for the future is still unclear. It has become very quiet around the Austrian, there are not even headlines or rumors as to where he will play next season.

Joshua Kimmich

Nobody really had any doubts about it, but that he had reached the highest category in world football was evident from the fact that Neymar was not only cheering provocatively in front of Kimmich after the Paris game. No, the Brazilian then admitted that he had used a few Kimmich sentences about Bayern's progress for extra motivation before the game. There wasn't much left of the Champions League flair against Wolfsburg. For the most part normal (i.e. good) game by Kimmich, but increasingly one simply wishes for a break.

Jamal Musiala

Weaseled through the Wolfsburg defense like a dribbler from the old street football school. Not to be separated from the ball in a confined space, left, right, left, right, shot, goal - and that against a defense that conceded the last goal in the home stadium in January. Also involved in the 2-0 because he put the ball through to David Alaba well. Then his opponents thought that Musiala could be beheaded with his 1.80 meters - wrongly thought. Admittedly, after the headed arc lamp to 3: 1 he looked like he couldn't believe it himself (see photo). But he succeeded in everything in this game and was fun to watch.

Thomas Müller

It doesn't happen that often that someone is smarter than Thomas Müller - but Xaver Schlager made it. The Austrian sensed a Müller pass in midfield, intercepted it (whereby pass recipient Sané also dozed a bit), passed to Wout Weghorst, conceded goal. Müller looked bad there. The condition lasted for exactly two minutes, then Müller crossed Musiala, who headed the 3-1, and thus made his sloppy pass forgotten. Referee Felix Zwayer said his opinion again shortly before the end because he had not correctly assessed the collision between Hernandez and Mbabu Müller's opinion. ("And that's why he's in pain if he hasn't touched him?")

Leroy Sané

Is very active in every game, but the bottom line is that too little comes out. In other words: no goal, no assist. When he was substituted, he had a lot of good values ​​in his statistics, including the fastest player of the day. But in the end it seemed too jittery, sometimes not really doing the job at all. But in contrast to the shiny Musiala, it had to play a lot of games in a short time.

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting

Actually a bitter situation for him: As a Lewandowski representative, he does exactly what you have to do as a Lewandowski representative (score goals, editor's note) - and yet everyone debates what would have happened if Lewandowski had against Paris would have played. Or maybe that's just fate when you have the world footballer in front of you. Anyway: Choupo-Moting is absolutely nothing to blame as a substitute striker. Against Wolfsburg, he used a mistake by goalkeeper Koen Casteels to make it 2-0 (photo). His third goal in the past four games.

Substitute players

Kingsley Coman only came off the bench this time because, according to Hansi Flick, he couldn't fully train during the week. Javi Martinez should secure the result, Tanguy Nianzou came just before the final whistle for the cracked Hernandez.