Worse than Szoboszlai, goalkeeper Peter Gulacci, who scored five goals, has a rating of four:
The captain could not help his team. Almost every serious Bavarian shot turned into a goal. Fortunately Sadio Mane scored two goals offside, otherwise he would have scored more goals. Having conceded so many goals, you cannot be confident before the start of the season.
Willy Urban got a score of 3.5, and they wrote more positively about him, saying that he tried to be the boss in defense as usual, but he did not even show his balanced form. He was blamed for a foul on Benjamin Pavard’s goal and his inability to sort out the Leipzig defence.
By the way, the newspaper was not only critical of the Hungarians. The worst row (5) went to German Lukas Klostermann, who was described as playing as if he had attended a professional football match for the first time in his life. Alongside him, Swedish star Emil Forsberg and Slovenian national team midfielder Kevin Campbell were seen as Leipzig’s worst players (both with a rating of 4.5),
Szoboszlai’s competitor, Spaniard Dani Olmo (2), was judged the best.
Cover photo: Dominic Zubuszlai tries to shoot alongside Dayot Opicano in the German Super Cup against Bayern Munich (Photo: MTI/EPA/Clemens Bilan)
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