Thu. May 26th, 2022

After 21 matchdays, FC Bayern had the best defensive (21 goals) of the league, in average one goal a goal. On the 22nd match day against promoted Bochum, the ball fought in half one four times in the gate of new representatives Sven Ulreich – including the three minutes of reflection time every 12 minutes a goal. In general, the record champion in the Bundesliga was only four times with at least four counterparts back to the break, most recently in the season 1975/1976 at 0: 6 (0: 5) against Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Munich had even led at the beginning, but had to accept the compensation, and began between the 38th and 44th minute three more heads for the meantime 1: 4. Joshua Kimmich missed with himself and his team after the game on the “Sky” microphone “All virtues that it takes to win a game”. Rather, he saw the “worst seasonal performance”.

This is Joshua Kimmich

“No Tactical reasons”

Whether the 4-1-4-1 system chosen by coach Julian Nagelsmann had to do with it? That would be Kimmich right back. “That did not have tactical reasons today. We are still 1: 0 in the lead and get four goals within 20-25 minutes, so every single one must question whether he has everything enforced.” The sole six, who was only supported on the second half of the substitute Corentin Tolisso, which this concedor flood had not happened for the first time – and thus played on the Derbe Cup by Gladbach (0: 5). “That happens too often, I do not know that from us from the past.”

Even against Bochum, the Bavarians were once again with a difference of three goals – and had to swallow the 0: 4 on the 6th matchday 1976/1977. But then one of the biggest catching hunts of the Bundesliga story began. Over 45 years later, these remained, because more than 2: 4 by Robert Lewandowski did not bring the otherwise so mentality-strong players from Munich no longer on the scoreboard.

Kimmich represents the mental question

“We have to ask ourselves if that is the mentality that embodies FC Bayern,” said a thoughtful Kimmich. Ultimately, Kimmich made the attitude and the lack of body tension for the “absolutely deserved defeat” as crucial points. “Luckily that was a Bundesliga game and we had nine points lead,” the 27-year-olds. On Wednesday in the second round of the Champions League against Salzburg (21 clock), the Munich still need to occur differently.

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