Sarprit Singh’s incredible early season form continued for Jan Regensburg. V Bayern Munich A loaned player from the 2nd Bundesliga scored 4-1 at Regensburg over Schalke. In addition to his goal, Singh registered two key passages and completed 90% of its total number of transmission attempts.
Singh has scored two goals and three assists in four games in the 2nd Bundesliga. According to WhoScored statistics, the 22-year-old tied for the top spot in the league in key passes per game… He currently averages 3.5 key passes per performance in the German Second Division.
The perfect start to the Regensburg campaign is exactly what the doctor ordered for Singh. He struggled last summer to secure playing time at Nuremberg, which ultimately led to a mid-season loan termination. Since January 2021, Singh has been playing for the reserve squad of Di Rothen. A good rental for Singh in Regensburg will help him prepare for senior football.
Singh was not the only player on loan at Bayern to score a goal over the weekend. In Austria, Alex Timossi Andersson scored for Austrian Klagenfurt in a 3-1 loss to Red Bull Salzburg. The 20-year-old has scored three goals in his last three matches in the Austrian Bundesliga. So far, Timossi is Bayern’s highest scoring player on loan.
Elsewhere, Yann-Fite Arp briefly opposed Fortuna Düsseldorf. Holstein Kiel’s rented striker entered in the 85th minute. Despite the fact that there were only a few minutes left before the match, Arp continued to record two key passes and one shot since the match ended 2-2.
Alexander Nubel’s first win in Ligue 1 remains elusive. In the third round of the 2021/22 season of Ligue 1, AS Monaco lost 2-0 to Lance. In three matches, AS Monaco have yet to win the internal campaign. Nubel has a big week ahead: AS Monaco will face Shakhtar Donetsk in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League group stage qualifying round. In the first match, the French lost to the Ukrainian club with a score of 1: 0.
Joshua Zirkzi and Anderlecht did not play in the Belgian top flight over the weekend, but did appear in the starting lineup for their UEFA Conference League qualifying match against Vitesse in the middle of the week.
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Some of the players currently on loan did not play for their clubs in the past week. Lars Lucas Mai and Adrian Fein were both on the bench for the matchday team, but neither had a chance to play in their matches.