James Rodriguez's strange Bayern Munich switch after Augsburg

Everyone saw James Rodriguez’s strange Bayern Munich switch after Augsburg

Bayern Munich 3 – Augsburg 0

It was another brilliant weekend for Bayern Munich and Jupp Heynckes.

Bayern recorded their eighth straight win on Saturday, beating Augsburg 3-0 in the Bundesliga.

RB Leipzig are six points behind the Bavarians in second place in the German top flight.

Chilean international Arturo Vidal opened the scoring in the 31st minute.

Vidal then turned provider, setting up Robert Lewandowski just seven minutes later.

The Poland striker got his second – his 13th goal in as many league games this season – from Joshua Kimmich’s cross in the 49th minute.

James Rodriguez’s stats

Colombian international James Rodriguez had a standout performance against Augsburg.

James completed 100 passes in the match, while he scored a 95% pass completion rate in the 90 minute. He also delivered five key passes in the game.

James Rodriguez & Joshua Kimmich

After the game ended, Arturo Vidal posted a celebratory team photo on his Instagram account.

South American star James Rodriguez had a central seat in the picture, but the Colombian attracted attention for a strange reason.

Many people have noticed that James Rodriguez was oddly wearing Joshua Kimmich’s shorts in the Instagram upload.

To be clear, James Rodriguez had been wearing his own shorts in the Augsburg game.

See the social media reaction below.

James Rodriguez v Augsburg

Enjoy all of James Rodriguez’s touches for Bayern Munich in the win over Augsburg below.

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