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Tommy Tor: Post Match Awards Bayern Munich's draw with Borussia Mönchengladbach

The title celebration has been put on hold for at least another week as Bayern draw Gladbach at home. These 4 lads are the standouts

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Tip Of The Cap: Jerome Boateng. Grotesque new haircut aside, Boa looked very good for the 67' he was on the pitch. He positioned himself well and teamed up with Serdar Tasci to form an organized back line. It's no coincidence that Gladbach scored the equalizer less than five minutes after he was subbed off. Here's hoping that he is fit and ready to go a full 90' this Tuesday.

Golf Clap: Kingsley Coman. He managed to dribble and fly past most everyone on the opposing side today, and if he had just a smidgeon of help, probably could have had several assists today. Gladbach definitely respected his skill as every time he had the ball, multiple players were all over him.

Standing Ovation: Joshua Kimmich. A quiet game from the 21 year old, but an impressive one no doubt. Playing in what seems like his 12th different position this season, Kimmich led the team in touches and passes with a whopping 96% accuracy and also having two of them lead to shots on goal including an assist on Thomas Muller's goal. He didn't seem to stand out in a good way or a bad way, but a look at the numbers show that he did indeed have a strong performance..

Meister Of The Match: Thomas Muller. Seemingly the only source of Bayern's attack, Thomas Muller took control of this game at times with a tenacity that can be rare to see from him. Usually content to take what the defense gives him, while playing off his teammates, Tommy created many scoring opportunities on his own with five shots, and a goal. Hopefully he didn't tire himself too much as this version of Muller could be very valuable in Bayern's upcoming clash with Athletico Madrid.

Jersey Swap: Andre Hahn. The 25 year old right winger was easily the most dangerous player for Gladbach in this match. He had four shots as well as nabbing the equalizing goal and came inches away from getting a 2nd goal as well. On the defensive end, he also managed an impressive four interceptions. Not much went right for either squad, but Hahn made the most of his opportunities and deserves some recognition.

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