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FC Bayern: “Example for many others”



FC Bayern: "Example for many others"

As expected, Julian Nagelsmann was satisfied with his team after FC Bayern Munich’s 6-1 win over SV Werder Bremen. Leroy Sané even received special praise. He found the cross pass from the substitute attacker to Serge Gnabry before the 4-1 was a positive “example for many others” who would make up the current flow of the team.

“The cross pass to Serge, you don’t always have to play that now, you can also go past the goalkeeper,” said the coach after the game sky: “It’s a small gesture that Leroy comes in and can say: ‘I want to do it myself to get back in the starting XI’. But he plays the ball across to Serge and he puts it in and they’re happy together. “

In the end, his team showed “a good mix of good quality on the field in terms of content and also good greed, a good spirit”. They overcame a difficult game against Bremen after Werder equalized and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting missed a penalty. “But we are very calm, very stable and score three goals,” said Nagelsmann.

In the second half, however, the 35-year-old complained about a few minor problems. Munich no longer had the structure from the first half and therefore allowed too much, especially in the center. “But that’s also normal in the lead and it’s advisable with the appointment calendar that you don’t always just play full throttle, but also be a bit clever and mature,” Nagelsmann restricted.

Joshua Kimmich: “Always believed in us and the coach”

Leon Goretzka also found the start of the second round to be “not great”, as he said Sat 1 explained. It is important to address these things, said the international. At the same time, apart from a few results, not everything has been bad in the past few months. “We always believed in ourselves, our quality and the coach. We had a result crisis, but it wasn’t that we played bad football,” said Joshua Kimmich.

With 47 goals from 14 games, the team in the Bundesliga is now “extraordinary”, said Nagelsmann sky. Only Sadio Mané’s injury dampened the atmosphere in the Allianz Arena. Nagelsmann hopes that it is nothing worse. The Senegalese had “received a blow to the head of the shin” and now an X-ray has to be used to see how serious the injury is.