Modified 24 Could 2020, 05:16 IST
Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick lauded David Alaba’s efficiency in a 5-2 Bundesliga win over Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.
Often a left-back, Alaba continues to impress within the centre of defence for Bayern, who’re 4 factors clear on the prime.
Whereas Martin Hinteregger’s double introduced Eintracht again from 3-Zero to 3-2 early within the second half, Bayern claimed an eighth consecutive win in all competitions.
Flick was happy with Bayern’s show, however he had particular reward for Alaba – and goalscorer Thomas Muller.
“I used to be very happy with the primary half. We had been very concentrated. We made numerous possibilities to attain,” he advised a information convention.
“Sadly, we didn’t rating sufficient objectives. You simply need to say that. There may have been much more objectives. We additionally did not permit our opponents any possibilities.
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“You may also spotlight two gamers. One is Thomas Muller, who performs very intelligently and occupies the house nicely. However then, after all, there’s the top of defence, David Alaba, particularly within the first half he performed outstandingly. I might identical to to say that right here.
“Within the second half we let the opponent come again. There we had been careless within the 5, 10 minutes … we should defend higher and extra persistently. We knew that this can be a nice power of Frankfurt. We allowed them to attain two objectives, sadly.
“However the response afterwards was good and I preferred it. Then we tried to attain once more. After which we may determine the sport with the fourth and fifth objectives.”
Leon Goretzka, Muller, Robert Lewandowski and Alphonso Davies had been additionally on the scoresheet for Bayern to go along with a Hinteregger personal objective.
Bayern are subsequent in motion in Der Klassiker, going through Borussia Dortmund in a top-of-the-table conflict on Tuesday.