Bayern did a great job at the start of the season. After three rounds of the German Bundesliga, everyone thought that no one would stand a chance in front of them. Now they may have a weaker period, but in each match they create a large number of shooting opportunities, which keeps me calm – ex-Bayern coach Hansi Flick said in an interview with the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”.
The German champion is in crisis. Julian Nagelsmann’s team lost Saturday with Augsburg (0:1). Bayern not only scored a point, but also for the first time in 87 matches league He did not score any goal. The Bavarians did not win the fourth consecutive game in the German League. Earlier, Nagelsmann’s team drew with Borussia Moenchengladbach (1-1), Union Berlin (1-1) and Stuttgart (2:2).
Flick defends Nagelsmann and Bayern
Despite the team’s difficult period, Flick defended his successor and the club’s transfer policy. The former Bayern coach saw nothing wrong with the sale of Robert Lewandowski. – What was he supposed to do? Flick request. “They could not stop him by force,” he added. They also couldn’t find a player with a matching profile. Only Erling Haaland would provide such a quality in Target.
Bayern brought in Sadio Mane, an exceptional footballer. Now Nagelsmann has to find out. The system without the classic nine is definitely something new, but I’m sure Bayern will be back on the right track. Especially since peppy players like Thomas Muller, Jamal MusilaAnd the Serge Gnabry Or Leroy Sane plays in a similar way in the German national team. That should help them,” Flick concluded.
After seven rounds of the German Bundesliga, he is only in fifth place with 12 points. The German champions are five points behind the leaders – Union Berlin. Bayern will play at home to Bayer Leverkusen (30 September) after a break for the national team.
After transfer to F.C.B Lewandowski has already scored 11 goals in eight matches.
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