Bayern Munich: Sarpreet Singh continues strong start with Regensburg

Bayern Munich midfielder Sarpreet Singh continues to enjoy good start at Jahn Regensburg. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
Bayern Munich midfielder Sarpreet Singh continues to enjoy good start at Jahn Regensburg. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images) /

Sarpreet Singh’s loan spell at Jahn Regensburg is off to a great start. The Bayern Munich player received high ratings for his performance against Sandhausen. Singh registered one assist and five key passes in the 3-0 victory. WhoScored gave the 22-year-old a rating of 8.17 which was the fourth-highest rating on the Jahn Regensburg squad. SofaScore also had Singh at a high rating of 7.8.

Just a week prior, Singh scored in Jahn Regensburg’s opening fixture of the 2.Bundesliga season. Through two matches, he has one goal and one assist along with an average of 4.5 key passes per match. So far Singh has been one of the top performers out of the Bayern players currently on loan at other clubs.

Other performances from the 2.Bundesliga and Austrian Bundesliga

Jann-Fiete Arp went the full 90 minutes for Holstein Kiel in their 3-0 loss to Schalke. The forward registered four shots but none were on target. WhoScored had Arp at a rating of 6.31 for his performance against Schalke. It’s been a difficult start to the season for Holstein Kiel as they have lost both of their opening fixtures by a score of 3-0.

Elsewhere, Lars Lukas Mai played all 90 minutes for Werder Bremen in their 3-2 victory over Fortuna Dusseldorf. The defender registered seven clearances and completed 86.7% of his passes. WhoScored had him at a 6.15 rating for his performances. After Matchday Two, he currently leads the second division in clearances per match.

In Austria, Alex Timossi Andersson was in the starting 11 for Austria Klagenfurt and played 78 minutes as they fell 4-0 to Flyeralarm Admira. Andersson received a rating of 6.8 from SofaScore for his performance.

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The players on loan in the 2.Bundesliga will turn their attention to the first round of the DFB-Pokal. Singh and Jahn Regensburg play TuS RW Koblenz while Mai and Werder Bremen face Vfl Osanbruck. Arp will have the opportunity to grab his first goal of the season for Kiel against Weiche Flensburg.

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