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Leroy Sane Single-Handedly Humiliates Entire Defence To Register Assist For Bayern Munich

Leroy Sane Single-Handedly Humiliates Entire Defence To Register Assist For Bayern Munich

We miss seeing this from Sane in the Premier League.

Daniel Marland

Daniel Marland

Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sane showed just what he's all about this afternoon by grabbing a wonderful assist.

Sane took the ball down perfectly out on the wing and drifted inside to take on Eintracht Frankfurtdefender Evan N'Dicka.

He twisted and turned away from N'Dicka and then Sebastian Rode, leaving the latter firmly on his backside.

N'Dicka then fancied a second go at Sane and completely missed the mark. Sane then cut it back for Robert Lewandowski who scored.

Bayern lost the game 2-1 but fans have still been wowed by the 25-year-old's technical ability.

Sane joined Bayern from Manchester City in the summer after rejecting a contract extension at the Etihad Stadium.

During his time in England Sane won two Premier League titles, two League Cups and the FA Cup.

He also made his debut for the German national team while a City player.


Another, perhaps more dubious honour, is a massive back tattoo which shows the former Schalke man celebrating a goal - in a Champions League tie City lost.

The picture in question is from when he struck in a thrilling 5-3 quarter final first leg win against AS Monaco.

City went on to be knocked out on away goals after a 5-5 aggregate score.

He went on to have the City badge altered to the German national team shirt design.

"I was young. Today I would make a different decision," Sane told Der Spiegel per BILD.

"I was someone who first had to run into the wall, especially when I was young, even if it hurt, in order to learn from it.

"I was amazed that this topic got so big in the media.

"I was still an absolute youngster. In Germany there were players much more important than me, and yet this tattoo was debated."

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Eintracht Frankfurt, Football, Germany, Bayern Munich, Leroy Sane, Bundesliga