Is this Koman? !
Seeing Koeman's wonderful performance against Atletico Madrid, many Bayern fans who watched him for five years couldn't believe their eyes. Sane was injured, Gnabry’s new crown was positive, and Costa’s physical condition was not enough to start directly-but with only Koeman as a winger, the French demon star just played the effect of nuclear weapons, using 2 shots and 1 The pass completely defeated Atletico Madrid's defense.
Soon after the opening, Koeman completed a wonderful quick turn and breakthrough to connect the inverted foot to accurately pass, showing a good state of the game. And this combination of fast impact and calm handling of the ball performance, Koeman staged many times in the game.
For example, for the first ball, Kimmich sent a precise long pass. Koman knew that he would move forward quickly, and then steadily remove the ball with his left foot, and then end the ball with his right foot into the far corner. The difficulty of the ball may not be particularly large, but compared with the previous Koman, the ball can be clearly seen.
Before the end of the first half, it was Koeman who found Gretzka on the other side in time after consecutive breakthroughs, assisting the latter to expand the score. The speed of this conversion attack, the timeliness and accuracy of passing are exactly what Bayern needs most.
In the second goal, Koeman, who moved forward quickly, once again performed a good show of continuous breakthroughs, while being able to calmly protect the ball and complete the finish. This is not good at follow-up but good at one-on-one blasting. Koman dealt with it like two people. In this game, he "only" 2 times, threatening passes 4 times, 2 shots even scored all goals.
Interestingly, the way Coman scored in this field is reminiscent of another Bayern winger Gnabry. He and Sane had a very outstanding performance before, and these two German players have been called "Sanabri" by the German media because of their jersey numbers. But don't forget, Koeman also has outstanding standards, he is also the hero who scored the winning goal for Bayern in the Champions League final.
The 24-year-old Koeman, the 24-year-old Sane, and the 25-year-old Gnabry, the three wingers have their own characteristics in breakthroughs, passes and goals. They also have room for further improvement like Koeman. All have the ability and potential to become "nuclear weapons" on the field. Coupled with the addition of Douglas Costa, who joined on loan, is also explosive, the power of Bayern's winger configuration is truly amazing.