Bayern Munich Loan Watch: Joshua Zirkzee scores brace for Anderlecht

Bayern Munich striker Joshua Zirkzee scores brace for Anderlecht. (Photo by Jeroen Meuwsen/BSR Agency/Getty Images)
Bayern Munich striker Joshua Zirkzee scores brace for Anderlecht. (Photo by Jeroen Meuwsen/BSR Agency/Getty Images) /

Joshua Zirkzee paved the way to victory for Anderlecht on Sunday. The Bayern Munich striker on loan in Belgium’s top-flight scored a first-half brace in Anderlecht’s 2-1 win over Cercle Brugge. The two goals scored by Zirkzee were his first goals of the domestic campaign in Belgium. In addition to his brace, the 20-year-old registered two key passes and four dribbles.

Sarpreet Singh continues his strong start

Singh’s strong start to the 2.Bundesliga season has continued. The Bayern Munich player on loan at Jahn Regensburg picked up two assists in a 3-0 victory over Holstein Kiel. Singh now has a total of three assists in three appearances in the German second division. His three assists currently rank him as the joint leader in assists in the league.

Singh was the top-rated player by WhoScored in the match as he received a rating of 8.39. SofaScore also had him as the top-rated player on the pitch with a rating of 8.1. Singh has the highest average player rating in the 2. Bundesliga on WhoScored.

Other 2.Bundesliga and Bundesliga performances

Jann-Fiete Arp was on the pitch for Kiel in the defeat to Regensburg. The forward was subbed off at halftime and registered zero shots.

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Lars Lukas Mai was in the starting 11 for Werder Bremen in their 4-1 loss to Paderborn. The defender played 45 minutes and finished with three tackles and three clearances.

In the Bundesliga, Adrian Fein entered in the 70th minute for Greuther Furth in their 5-1 loss to Stuttgart. He made one key pass and registered one interception during his time on the pitch.

Alex Timossi Andersson played all 90 minutes in the Austrian Bundesliga for Austria Klagenfurt in their 1-1 draw with Austria Wien. He recorded three key passes, three tackles, and completed 81% of his passes.

Busy week for Alexander Nubel

Nubel was in action for Monaco in both of their fixtures this past week. Against Sparta Prague in UEFA Champions League qualifying, he made one save in a 3-1 win for Monaco which sees them advance to the next round. On Friday, Nubel was back in net against Lorient in Ligue 1. Unfortunately, Monaco was met with defeat as they fell 1-0. Nubel finished this match with one save as he suffers his first defeat in the French top division.

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It will be another demanding schedule for Monaco this week. They will play Shakhtar Donetsk in the first leg of their playoff for a place in the group stage of the Champions League. On Saturday, Nubel could have the opportunity to register his first Ligue 1 victory against Lens.