The real Bavarian in lederhosen curses: “Kreizkruzefix, god heaven, sacraments, mileckstamarsch, you Pfannakuacha, you windiga!” What happened to the best team in the world?
Since winning the Club World Cup (the sixth trophy of the season), Hansi Flick’s team has been in a crisis of results. First there is a miserable 3: 3 (after 0: 3 deficit) against promoted Arminia Bielefeld in the snowstorm in the domestic Allianz Arena. Followed by a 1: 2 defeat last Saturday at Frankfurt Eintracht.
RB Leipzig is suddenly only two points behind the defending champion. Bavaria has had the Qatar hangover since the Club World Cup in the Persian Gulf.
And when it comes to corona regulations, club bosses Rummenigge, Kahn & Co. are tightening the screws again before the departure for today’s Champions League game in Rome against Lazio: Lewandowski, Neuer & Co. are not even allowed to anymore because of the pandemic to the corner shop to buy bread rolls.
This also as a result of Benjamin Pavard’s positive test. The French world champion got stuck in a test last Wednesday.
In addition, there is a new so-called commuting obligation for the Bayern stars: The players are only allowed to commute between their home and the training center on Säbener Strasse.
Many stars are missing
Thomas Müller has been in quarantine since the trip to Qatar. The 100-time international spoke up on social media yesterday when his colleagues were on their way to the airport. With tousled hair, Müller says into the cell phone camera: “I’m healthy again, I feel good. Of course, you still have to wait and be careful before you really start training harder again. ”
Müller and Pavard are not the only stars missing in the Champions League hit in Rome today. Gnabry, Nianzou, Tolisso, Nübel and Costa are also missing, all due to injuries.
Bayern flew to the Italian capital with just 17 players …
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Bavaria’s joker Thomas Müller is still in quarantine.
On February 11th, Bayern will celebrate the club world title in Qatar. Since then they have had the Qatar hangover.
Bayern’s goal machine Robert Lewandowski has to congratulate ex-YB coach Adi Hütter on the 2-1 win with Frankfurt.
Lewandowski suggests: Not much is missing.
The first appearance after Qatar: Bayern goalie Manuel Neuer has to reach three times behind him against Bielefeld. In the end, Bayern equalized to 3: 3.
Coach Hansi Flick only flew to Rome with 17 players.