Released at the break of the match against Union Berlin after a knee alert, Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman would not be seriously affected, according to our information. His participation in the match against PSG, Tuesday in the quarter-final second leg of the Champions League (at 9 p.m. live on RMC Sport 1), would not be called into question for the moment.
The exit of Kingsley Coman at the break of the meeting between Bayern Munich and Union Berlin (1-1) was cause for concern, in view of the Champions League return match against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday. The news is reassuring, however, according to our information. Hit in the knee at the half hour mark, the Frenchman was treated for several minutes on the edge of the field, before completing the first period.
His presence against Paris not questioned
His change was actually planned by Bayern Munich before the meeting: Kingsley Coman was to play the first half and Leroy Sané the second. His little knee alert would therefore have nothing to do with it and the presence of the Frenchman for the trip to Paris, Tuesday in the Champions League quarter-final return leg, is not called into question for the moment.
His knee alert, more than a new injury, would only be a little awakened pain. Coman will be examined by the staff in the coming hours but Bayern Munich would not be worried. Finally, positive news for the Bavarians, who already have many players unavailable (Lewandowski, Gnabry, Goretzka, Sule, Hernandez).
Hans-Dieter Flick, after a disappointing draw conceded at the end of the match, will be able to focus on the match against Paris Saint-Germain, winner 3-2 in the first leg. Bayern Munich, to win at the Parc des Princes, will need Kingsley Coman, the executioner of PSG in the last Champions League final.