The team of coach Julian Nagelsmann did not get over a 2-2 (2-1) against VfB Stuttgart on Sunday and enabled the Swabians to an immensely important counter in the table cellar.
VfB has almost safe the relegation place and can theoretically intercept Hertha BSC with three points in the season finale against 1. FC Köln. FC Augsburg can already cheer, which can certainly plan for another season in the Bundesliga through the Stuttgart draw.
“If you look at the second half, we can be rather dissatisfied. But overall we like to take the point with us,” said Stuttgart Bayerns director Sven Mislintat at “DAZN”: “With the 2-2, both can celebrate, Bayern can celebrate and we Hertha still put pressure on. “
Nagelsmann criticizes Bayern appearance
Julian Nagelsmann said after the final whistle: “We made a good game offensive, but our counterpressing is not good. There were far too many chances for an opponent who is on the relegation place.” Basically, he would like “that we play like in the first half of the season: stirring, stable. And of course we also have a few more construction sites to close in the squad.”
Serge Gnabry (35th) and Thomas Müller (44th) met for the Munich team, who solemnly received their tenth master shell after the game. Tiago Tomas (8th) and Sasa Kalajdzic (52nd) secured the Swabian in front of 75,000 spectators in the sold -out Allianz Arena.
Robert Lewandowski awarded the possible winning goal for Bayern with a shot to the crossbar (76th), Kingsley Coman (90th+5) saw the red card shortly before the end.
Bayern coach Nagelsmann, who had described the Ibiza trip of some stars as a result of the staunch 1: 3 bankruptcy in Mainz as a “sensible load control”, had to do without the sick national players Leroy Sané and Jamal Musiala and sent seven short vacationers from the start on in the game. “They weren’t running now,” emphasized Nagelsmann.
But the Munich team came into play badly, the VfB acted cheekily and took the lead early: Omar Marmoush ran away the weak Tanguy Niazou on the right side and found it 1-0 with his pasBayern, who scored from 15 meters. The hosts answered with angry attacks, Müller only hit the latte (12th) from a short distance, Leon Goretzka fell miserably from the best position (14th).
FC Bayern struggles against Frechen VfB
The Munich team continued to endeavor, but subsequently struggled. The VfB countered dangerously, Marmoush mashed from an acute angle (23rd). Müller failed a little later with a header on the shiny reacting VfB keeper Florian Müller (28th).
But the record champion stayed tuned and turned the game before the break: First Mavropanos steered a graduation from Gnabry into his own network, then Müller skillfully sparkled the ball into the goal.
Despite leadership in the back, the Bavarians came out of the break, Kalajdzic easily skipped Nanzou and headed to compensate. Just a little later, the Austrian awarded the Stuttgart leadership (54th) to a little later. The game remained open, both teams searched the way forward.