- Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller will miss Bayern Munich’s subsequent Bundesliga match, a lot to Hansi Flick’s frustration.
Modified 07 Jun 2020, 00:20 IST
Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick expressed frustration after Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller earned yellow playing cards within the win over Bayer Leverkusen that may rule them out of their subsequent Bundesliga match.
Regardless of falling behind early on, Bayern rallied and finally ran out comfy 4-2 winners, with Kingsley Coman, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry and Lewandowski on course.
For Lewandowksi, his effort took him on to 44 for the season throughout all competitions, a private greatest, whereas Muller claimed a pair of assists to maneuver him to 20 for the 2019-20 Bundesliga marketing campaign, tying Kevin De Bruyne’s file.
However each of Bayern’s key males had been booked, that means they’ll miss subsequent weekend’s go to of Borussia Monchengladbach.
Though Bayern have a commanding lead on the summit, Flick didn’t conceal his irritation at having the pair dominated out.
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“It is annoying however we can’t change it and have to simply accept the scenario,” he mentioned.
“You might be emotional on the pitch, however I spoke to the referee Manuel Grafe. He mentioned that Lewandowski was hitting the opponent and that is why he noticed the yellow card. I did not see it so I can’t actually remark.
“Thomas was blocking the ball after they had free-kick, so the yellow card was okay. It’s what it’s. We settle for it.
“We may have two different gamers. That is additionally good typically, but it surely’s necessary that each can play 90 minutes towards Eintracht Frankfurt [in the DFB-Pokal] on Wednesday. Then we attempt to put together ourselves effectively for the sport towards Gladbach.”
Goretzka was a standout performer as soon as once more and that was not misplaced on Flick, who’s determined for the Germany midfielder to stay injury-free.
“We’re knocking on wooden [hoping Goretzka remains fit] and hope he continues like that,” Flick mentioned.
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— Leon Goretzka (@leongoretzka_) June 6, 2020
“After all, how we fought again was additionally as a result of intensive urgent – we had been extra aggressive and had good ball possessions.
“Leon was instantly concerned in these moments and had an enormous affect on the primary two objectives.
“He confirmed precisely what you want as a staff while you nonetheless have to seek out your method to the sport. He did that nice.
“Relating to his bodily situation, he has a really robust function on the pitch and this helps us lots.”
Printed 07 Jun 2020, 00:20 IST
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