A gripping, racy top game – but no winner: FC Bayern and Borussia Mönchengladbach drew 1-1 on Saturday evening. Who convinced the Munich team – and who didn’t: The individual criticism of the AZ.

MANUEL NEUER – NOTE 3: The captain had almost nothing to do in the first half, Gladbach hardly ever got out of his own half. Until Thuram then made it 1-0, Neuer had no chance (43rd). Afterwards boredom was the order of the day for Neuer.

BENJAMIN PAVARD – RATING 3: Secured the right side as usual and diligently pushed forward. Appeared dangerously in the penalty area, his header flew wide (56th). Sensational pass into Sané’s run, it should have been 1-1 (64′). Tested Sommer with a hard long-range shot (75th).

DAYOT UPAMECANO – RATING 5: The Frenchman was again preferred to newcomer Matthijs de Ligt in central defense – and applause from the scene after a great tackle (4th). But then with the very serious mistake: stepped over the ball at the level of the center line, Thuram stormed away and scored the 0:1 (43rd). Could cost him the starting place.

LUCAS HERNÁNDEZ – NOTE 3: decent performance, doesn’t make any blatant mistakes like his neighbor Upamecano. Good positional game.

ALPHONSO DAVIES – NOTE 3 : Good save against Thuram (2nd). In the early stages with a lot of strong dribbles, Davies could almost only be found up front. His left-footed shot was parried by Sommer (42′). assets.

JOSHUA KIMMICH – NOTE 3: Boss in midfield, played clever passes. Kimmich’s shot from a central position was too loose and ultimately no problem for Sommer (12′). Exemplary commitment, brought a lot of emotions into play. His corner kick hit the post (77′).

MARCEL SABITZER – NOTE 4: Again at Kimmich’s side in the center. Tried it from a distance – saved (25th). Not as dominant as in the past few weeks. substituted.

KINGSLEY COMAN – NOTE 3: Great how the attacker took on three Gladbachers and then banged the ball just over the bar (22nd). A world class action by Coman. Most dangerous offensive player in Munich.

LEROY SANÉ – NOTE 2: Very committed, often tried individual actions. His volley hissed over the bar (30th). Hesitated too long in the penalty area, so he could still be blocked (32′). Good performance, which he crowned with the well-considered goal to make it 1-1. Pushed the ball into the left corner after a Musiala pass (83′).

THOMAS MÜLLER – NOTE 3: Had a few small skirmishes with Gladbach’s Kramer – and tried to stop one of the speedsters (19th). Great template for Sané (30th). Played very good passes, always playable. Sommer parried his header (71st).

SADIO MANÉ – NOTE 4: The Senegalese started strikingly, he almost made it 1-0 with a header (1st). His goal was ruled out for offside in the 34th minute – for the fourth time this season, Mané celebrated too early. No luck, got blocked again and again. Like in the 62nd minute, when he failed twice completely free to summer.

JAMAL MUSIALA – NOTE 2: Bayern’s shooting star, who was missing recently, was substituted for Sabitzer (68th). Brought in with a crazy dribbling, Musiala can hardly be stopped in direct duels. Submission to Sané’s equalizer. Missed the winning goal, shot over it in stoppage time.

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SERGE GNABRY – NOTE 3: The attacker came on for the hapless Mané (68th). Immediately in the game, failed with a flick to Sommer (71st). Shot from all positions on goal.

MATTHIJS DE LIGT – NO NOTE: The Dutchman came on for goal scorer Sané (86th). Gave the center forward in Van Buyten fashion. However, he failed to score the winning goal. Sommer made another galactic parry in injury time.

The original of this article “Grade five for defender after a bad mistake – Sané and Musiala shine” comes from the evening newspaper.