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Inter Milan vs Bayern Munich: Nags makes changes, Goretzka comes on for Sabitzer

61′ — Subtitles: Goretzka up for Sabitzer.


45′ — The second half is over!


Halftime Observations and Analysis

  • Bayern Munich is on a deserved lead at halftime. If Andre Onana were not there, the deficit should have been 2 or 3-0 to Bayern. Probability conversion remains a problem.
  • Marcel Sabitzer may need to tone it down a bit, his constant foul doesn’t go unnoticed by the referee.
  • Leroy Sane has been largely left alone by Inter on his side of the pitch. Aside from the target, he hasn’t gotten much service. Bayern could use the left a lot more.

Peace: Bayern lead 1-0.


24′ — TARGET! Leroy Sane makes it 1-0! We now call this stadium the Sane Siro.


Kick-off: We’re on our way in the San Siro!


One hour until kick-off: We have setups. And… it’s not good. Bayern Munich start without Jamal Musiala or Serge Gnabry, but instead Leroy Sane and Kingsley Coman take their place. Thomas Muller and Sadio Mane start at the top, and the rest of the lineup is as you would expect with Matthijs de Ligt and Lucas Hernandez as centre-backs. Let’s hope Nagelsmann knows what he’s doing.


In the Champions League you start over every year. In this case it’s a good thing, because fans of Bayern Munich want to forget last season’s campaign as soon as possible. Manuel Neuer says this team is favorite to win the entire competition. We’ll see how true that is in this match against Inter Milan.

Inter are one of the best teams in Serie A. They have a solid 3-5-2 system and a good coach in Simone Inzaghi. However, Julian Nagelsmann has a team full of superstar players. With players like Thomas Muller, Sadio Mane, Jamal Musiala and Joshua Kimmich, he is expected to come out of the San Siro with a win. Anything less is bad for Bayern’s chances this season, especially now that the group is as full as it is. A strong start is needed.

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It’s Bayern time.


While you’re waiting for the game, can you watch our podcast? In our latest episode, we previewed the clash against Inter Milan and also discussed Bayern’s recent offensive battle. Listen below or via this link.


Competition information

Place: San Siro, Milan, Italy

Time: 9:00 PM local time, 3:00 PM EST

Television/streaming: Paramount+, Find your country

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