Bayern Munich has put on a strong performance in the preseason games and appears to be stronger than the previous season. During the summer transfer window, the German champions signed a slew of new players. They added Matthijs de Ligt, Ryan Gravenberch, Sadio Mane, and Mazraoui to their roster. This weekend, they will most likely face Leipzig with their new additions. They will play a competitive game without their legendary striker Robert Lewandowski for the first time.
In their last five games across all competitions, Leipzig has three wins and a draw, while Bayern Munich has one win, two draws, and two losses. Bayern Munich has three wins and two draws in the last five meetings between the two teams. Both teams will almost certainly field their strongest lineups against each other. This will be a difficult match, but Bayern Munich is likely to win. The image below depicts how Bayern Munich might line up in the German Super Cup against Leipzig.
The Starting Lineup That Could Give Bayern Munich The Win Against Leipzig.
Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer.
Defenders: Alphonso Davies, Dayot Upamecano, Matthijs de Ligt and Mazraoui.
Midfielders: Joshua Kimmich, Ryan Gravenberch and Thomas Muller.
Forwards: Leroy Sane, Sadio Mane and Serge Gnabry.
Sadio Mane could lead the attacking line, with Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane providing assists from the wings. However, Thomas Muller will most likely play in the midfield alongside Ryan Gravenberch and Muller. Furthermore, summer sensation Matthijs de Ligt will join Dayot Upamecano on the defensive line. With the lineup shown above, can Bayern Munich beat Leipzig in the German Super Cup?
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