The football carnival came to an end in Qatar on Sunday as Argentina lifted the World Cup after 36 years. The six-goal thriller in the final was the fitting end to an entertaining final. Unfortunately, no Bayern Munich player could enjoy the success of lifting the trophy this time around.
The French contingent from Bayern came closest to defending the title, but Argentina was just one step better than them in the final during penalty shoot-outs. Kingsley Coman was one of the French players that failed to convert from the spot. However, he was also one of the few players that helped France to make an incredible comeback in the game during the normal time.
The German players from Die Roten had the most disappointing tournament in Qatar. Germany was expected to at least qualify for the knockout rounds, but they exited in the group stages for the second consecutive tournament.
Meanwhile, few Bayern players enjoyed the relative success of going deep into the competition with their teams. Despite the collective success and failures, few Die Roten players stood out whenever they were on the pitch. Ahead of the resumption of club football, we look at the top three Bayern players from World Cup.