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Javi Martinez and Joshua Kimmich may both be central midfielders, but it's in the way that Cardi B and Marilyn Manson are both musical performers: what they do is entirely different, especially when the Spaniard is 32 and has already packed his bags to leave.
It wasn't really a surprise when he went off injured, forcing Flick to throw on year-old Jamal Musiala. The kid played well, even scoring a nifty goal, but he's no central midfielder.
Not yet, anyway. The best solution in this situation would probably have been moving David Alaba into central midfield, but he was needed at left-back given injuries to Alphonso Davies and Lucas Hernandez.
Evidently, Flick doesn't yet trust Marc Roca. And so, despite a superhuman effort from Leon Goretzka , Bayern's midfield failed to match up with Leipzig's, leaving the Sule-Boateng partnership more exposed than they would have liked.
Flick wasn't helped by the fact that Leroy Sane and Robert Lewandowski had subpar games. You give Lewandowski a pass -- everybody is entitled to a game off -- but Sane is more complex.
He turns 25 in January and missed nearly all of last season through injury -- you have to allow him time.
But equally, this was a missed opportunity in a big game. On the flip side for Flick, Kingsley Coman was sharp until the end and Thomas Muller donned his superhero cape once again.
Muller doesn't quit; few players in the world offer his combination of tactical nous and athleticism. If you can get to where you need to be first, time after time, you don't need to be superbly technically gifted.
As for Leipzig, it has to feel like two points dropped. Nagelsmann again showed his ability to pick the right XI and the right game plan based on the opponent, despite the fact that his team played a tough game last midweek in the Champions League -- Bayern, who had already qualified, rested seven of the guys who started on Sunday -- and have a huge decider coming up against Manchester United on Tuesday.
Nagelsmann made three changes, the most significant being playing Emil Forsberg up front instead of one of his two center-forwards Alexander Sorloth and Yussuf Poulsen , while having the foresight to give Justin Kluivert only his second start of the campaign.
Both Forsberg and Kluivert scored and both were key in picking apart Bayern's back four. Could he have done a better job in preserving the lead he enjoyed from early in the second half to Muller's equaliser 15 minutes from time?
Old-school football heads will say "yes" and to be fair, his substitutions were, at first glance, counter-intuitive. He sent on a target man Poulsen for Forsberg at the hour mark.
He followed up 10 minutes later by removing a right-back Nordi Mukiele and sending on a midfielder Kevin Kampl , while also taking off his emotional leader in midfield Marcel Sabitzer and replacing him with yet another attacking midfielder Dani Olmo.
Jose Mourinho probably wouldn't approve, but that's Nagelsmann. In his world, you defend your lead by adding to it. That's what got him this far, that's what he's built his career on.
And if Leipzig win the Bundesliga, that's how they'll do it. Frank Leboeuf can see a case for any of the Premier League's current top six lifting the title this season.
Jurgen Klopp likely would have been more than content with what he calls a "dirty win" against Wolves, who were devoid of Raul Jimenez.
Get the job done, one way or the other, and then take it easy in the meaningless Champions League group game against Midtjylland -- the Reds are already in the last -- and the home Premier League tie against Fulham , bringing as many of your injured guys back in as you can before the big clash against Tottenham on Dec.
For an hour or so it looked like the game was heading that way Caoimhin Kelleher , deputising for Alisson, did a fine job and Curtis Jones again showed that he deserves to be part of the rotation in midfield.
On top of that, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita both came off the bench and one step closer to full fitness.
Wolves without Jimenez are obviously a different proposition, but to be able to sit jointly atop the Premier League despite the injury crisis and to find that guys who looked destined to be squad players Kelleher and Jones, sure, but also Diogo Jota can be key contributors too has to be beyond even Klopp's expectations.
Ale Moreno says Barcelona's players are finding ways to give results away against lesser opponents too often. Saturday's game against Cadiz might have felt like the perfect opportunity for Ronald Koeman to try something new with his Barcelona team.
A newly promoted opponent albeit one that had already beaten Real Madrid , a de facto empty Champions League game in midweek Juventus would have to beat them by four goals at the Camp Nou to take first place in the group Koeman's plan was wrecked by two grotesque defensive errors that led to Cadiz's two goals in the defeat.
Oscar Mingueza is a kid, and you don't want to be too hard on him especially since you need him right now , but that header back towards his own goal was horrendous.
And goodness knows what the trio of Jordi Alba , Clement Lenglet and Marc-Andre ter Stegen were thinking when they compounded each other's mistakes.
More worrying though -- as individual mistakes can happen -- is the inability to again break down a deep-lying, well-organised defense.
Barcelona's futility in that department has little to do with the foibles at the back, and it feels like two baby steps forwards, one giant step back.
Gab Marcotti outlines the importance AC Milan's win vs. Sampdoria had with Zlatan Ibrahimovic absent. Milan showed once more that they are not dependent on Zlatan Ibrahimovic: he's just a guy who makes them better.
Stefano Pioli's young team never lost composure against a Sampdoria side that set up to defend, eventually coming out winners and maintaining their five-point lead at the top of Serie A.
When Zlatan does return very soon , he'll find a group that complements him rather than one that depends on him. Gnabry had never scored in the Champions League before netting all four of his goals in the second half, the first two coming in a two-minute span to put Bayern up in the 55th.
He completed the rout in the 88th, one minute after Robert Lewandowski had scored his second. My father told me I had to play well.
Tottenham reached the final of the Champions League last season but squandered a lead to draw against Olympiakos in its opening group game and again let a lead slip after Son Heung-min opened the scoring in the 12th minute.
Ob bei der deutschen Nationalmannschaft oder die ersten Monate bei den Bayern - stets operierte der Heidelberger eher unscheinbar im Hintergrund, doch immer hatte er auch spürbaren Einfluss.
Löw hörte auf ihn und sollte es am Ende nicht bereuen - sechs der 18 deutschen Turniertreffer, die schlussendlich zum Titel führten, wurden durch Standardsituationen erzielt.
Aktuell steht Flick in der ersten Reihe und das auch noch beim deutschen Rekordmeister. Und das vielleicht aus gutem Grund, denn nach den beiden Niederlagen gegen Leverkusen und Gladbach in Serie bekommt Flick aktuell zu spüren, wie sich beim FCB Druck aufbaut, sobald es keine Siege gegen Dortmund oder Olympiakos gibt.
Zwar zeigt die Mannschaft unter Flick mehr Einsatzbereitschaft als unter Vorgänger Kovac und auch spielerisch lässt sich ein Unterschied erkennen, doch sobald die Siege ausbleiben, wird die Luft dünn.
Flick tut gut daran, auch die Schattenseite des Trainerdaseins bei den Bayern kennenzulernen, bevor er sich auf etwas Langfristiges einlässt.
He rounds Neuer and goes for goal, but Alaba gets on the line to clear it away. This has been an incredible game in the opening 20 minutes.
What a strike from Joshua Kimmich. He controls the ball on the edge of the Spurs box, skips the ball past Ndombele and smashes across goal into the far bottom corner.
An outstanding strike from the midfielder to bring Bayern level. Tolisso thought he had been fouled as he cleared the ball, but the referee waves play on.
Sissoko plays in Son and the former Leverkusen and Hamburg forward puts the ball past Neuer. The Tottenham right-back sees the ball cleared away from in front of him by Alaba, and the Ivorian appeared to stamp on the Bayern full-back.
Nothing given by the referee or VAR, though. It's been an intense start to the game with both sides pressing the ball hard. Both sides are also looking to keep possession and push forward quickly.
Providing an end-to-end game so far. Great fun to watch. The first chance for the hosts as Ndombele plays Son in on goal.
He goes first-time on his left, but Neuer stays big and parries the ball away. A great save from the Bayern No. The German forward is away on goal with Alderweireld trying to catch him.
The defender can't keep up and Gnabry gets a shot away on goal, but Lloris makes a big save to deny him. This is the first time that Bayern have played in the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
With a capacity of over 62, there is sure to be a big atmosphere to greet the Bundesliga players tonight.
But they are used to that. The Polish striker has scored 10 goals in six Bundesliga matches this season. Will he get off the market in this season's Champions League tonight?
The Bayern No. Tottenham begin the game with playmaker Christian Eriksen on the bench tonight. England international Dele Alli starts ahead of his Danish teammate, while Jan Vertonghen starts in defence alongside compatriot Toby Alderweireld.
Harry Kane is up front, and it will be Bayern's main focus to keep him from scoring tonight. David Alaba is back for Bayern after injury and starts, making his th appearance for the club in the process.