The Bavarians kept RB Leipzig at bay to maintain a two point lead at the top of the table after Julian Nagelsmann’s side secured a thrilling 3-2 win against Borussia Monchengladbach.
Christopher Nkunku (8.4) scored Leipzig’s first goal as they came from 2-0 down at half-time. The Frenchman also provided the cross for Alexander Sorloth’s stoppage time winner in a decisive performance.
The Pole is now up to a remarkable 28 goals in 22 league appearances and has scored 10 goals in as many games in all competitions.
Jadon Sancho (8.8) rounds out the front three with a goal and an assist to his name in Dortmund’s 3-0 win over Arminia Bielefeld. The No.7 had a game high six crosses and 10 touches in the opposition box.
There is a perfect score for Stuttgart’s Wataru Endo (10) after the Japanese had a hand in four of his side’s five goals in a 5-1 win over Schalke.
Endo scored and assisted twice each while also carrying out his defensive duties with six clearances and seven recoveries.
Alphonso Davies (7.6) completed a staggering eight dribbles in the win, racking up 23 passes into the final third and a total pass completion of 94% and takes the left-back position.
The final Bayern player in the team is Niklas Sule (7.4) who completed 99 passes, the most of any player, at a 94% success rate and won both of his attempted aerial duels.
The Dutchman made 14 clearances, won eight total duels, five aerials and two tackles in the match, all team-leading numbers.
His goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz (8.2) completes the team on the back of his six saves in the match, ensuring there is now a nine point gap between themselves in 13th and second-bottom Mainz.