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Robin Gosens and Joshua Kimmich too much for Portuguese as Germany hit stride

The diktat from Joachim Löw had been for Germany to be more “vigorous” up front. With a frantic, scrambling intensity, his team heeded the call, with Kai Havertz and Thomas Müller, supported by two masterful wing-backs, tearing into the Portuguese resistance with a venom that belied the sultriness of the Munich evening. It was to their credit that despite scathing reviews at home, and predictions of an ignoble end to Löw’s 15-year dynasty, these players rediscovered that familiar Teutonic trait of refusing to believe they are beaten.
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Joshua Kimmich hoping for managerial stability at Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich is set to see a coaching change this summer. Hansi Flick’s request to leave the club was granted in April. The German champions paid a world-record fee to RB Leipzig for Julian Nagelsmann. The 33-year-old head coach has signed a long-term deal with Die Roten. Meanwhile, Flick has...
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The Spanish icon Bayern Munich star Joshua Kimmich modelled his game on

“My role model was always Xavi Hernandez from Barcelona,” the German international explained. “He was never the never the best, but he acted with vision, took care with his passing and his technique. He tried to put other players in the spotlight. He impressed me, and that was what he guided me towards doing. I got to know him during our concentration in Doha [in Qatar] and I have to admit it was a great experience.”
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Joshua Kimmich marks 250th Bayern Munich appearance with classic performance

Joshua Kimmich marked his 250th Bayern Munich appearance with another timeless display as his side ran out 3-1 winners over Werder Bremen on Saturday afternoon. Bayern moved five points clear at the summit of the Bundesliga with the relatively comfortable win - and Kimmich had a hand in all three goals.
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How Joshua Kimmich became Bayern Munich's 'Mentality Monster'

Joshua Kimmich is Bayern Munich and Germany's versatile superstar, a player tipped to become the next captain for club and country. Kimmich has come up in some of the biggest moments for Bayern, assisting on the game-winning goal in the 2020 UEFA Champions League final and being named Man of the Match in the 2020 FIFA Club World Cup final. Despite winning so much before he turned 26, Kimmich isn't satisfied. "I’m more hungry after winning these titles, because you want to win it again, and you want to prove that you are the best," he told Sports Illustrated.
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There’s No One Way to Describe Joshua Kimmich

To understand how Kimmich has become one of the world's top talents is to understand what drives the versatile Bayern and Germany star to keep evolving. It was the 82nd minute of the DFL-Supercup, and Joshua Kimmich had a game to win. Typically, as a world-class defensive midfielder—and, sometimes, as...
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Bayern Munich: Joshua Kimmich names best moment of his career

Joshua Kimmich reveals the best moment of his career at Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich endured a difficult December in terms of results in the Bundesliga. They were being held for multiple draws, but the title rivals were not able to capitalize on their failures. In the final game of the year, Die Roten looked shaky until Joshua Kimmich came on to help them to clinch the victory.
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Bayern Are Still Brilliant, But Boy Do They Rely on Joshua Kimmich

Although the previous 12 months may suggest otherwise, Bayern Munich are not invincible. Granted, since Hansi Flick took the reins at the Allianz Arena, his side have laid waste to pretty much all that have come before them - be it domestically or on the Champions League stage - and at times they have looked truly unbeatable.
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Welcome to World Class: Joshua Kimmich

The current Bayern Munich side is one of the best in the club's history. From front to back and from left to right, the amount of world class talent at Hansi Flick's disposal is, to be frank, quite unfair. Between the sticks Manuel Neuer has shaken off his post-World Cup...