Jupp Heynckes hailed “a powerful efficiency” from Kingsley Coman as Bayern Munich beat Hannover Three-1 on the Allianz Area to go six factors clear on the prime of the Bundesliga.
Arturo Vidal headed Bayern in entrance after 16 minutes earlier than goalkeeper Sven Ulreich saved a twice-taken penalty from Hannover striker Niclas Fullkrug 10 minutes later.
Charlison Benschop glanced in a deserved equaliser on 34 minutes, however Coman restored Bayern’s lead on 66 minutes after which received the penalty from which Robert Lewandowski scored the third.
And Heynckes singled out France worldwide Coman at his postmatch information convention, saying: “Actually, Kingsley might have taken issues simple at present as he is had a swollen foot for 2 weeks.
“Nonetheless, this week he was capable of practice usually and at present he put in a powerful efficiency, scoring the very important aim to make it 2-1.
“His lengthy runs price a lot power so he has marvellous health, too, for the time being. I am very happy with how he’s growing with us.”
Bayern captain Thomas Muller additionally made his comeback after virtually six weeks out with a thigh harm, offering the cross for Vidal’s opener.
“You’ll be able to see that Thomas livens up our play — he’s very optimistic and reveals nice dedication,” Heynckes mentioned.
“He was removed from scientific together with his probabilities to attain at present — however that’s regular for me, he’ll get there.”
Heynckes mentioned his aspect “had some issues with Hannover’s counter-attacking sport” however added: “We at all times carve out probabilities, although, and at present we created an entire host of probabilities, which we sadly didn’t take advantage of.
“Within the second half we performed confidently, dictating the tempo of the sport and setting the rhythm. I believe we deserved to win by this margin towards a difficult opponent.”
Nonetheless, Jerome Boateng warned: “If we play like we did within the first half towards PSG [in the Champions League next week], then they’ll destroy us.”
Mark Lovell covers Bayern Munich for ESPN FC. Observe him on Twitter: @LovellLowdown.