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Bayern coach Trinchieri congratulates on the “dirty win”

After the hard-fought success in Bonn, Andrea Trinchieri was primarily pleased with the result. “I would like to congratulate my players on a dirty win,” said the Bayern coach with relief. With a 82:81 (49:44) win at the Telekom Baskets, the Munich team is leading 2:0 in the BBL play-off semi-finals and now have three match points.

“We didn’t shine, our performance wasn’t good,” said Trinchieri, “but we did the things that were required to win a very difficult away game.” The Italian explained that his team was “mentally exhausted”, “so we allowed too much”.

Othello Hunter secured the win with a free throw three seconds before the end of the game. In the first semi-final home game on Saturday (6 p.m./Sport1 and MagentaSport), Munich can already make the final perfect. Bayern won the first duel last Saturday 80-68.

“Of course we’re in a very difficult situation now,” said Bonn’s head coach Tuomas Iisalo. The Finn was annoyed: “It’s very, very bitter. We had a small chance and missed it in this game.”

Trinchieri praised the Bonners that the opponent had played “greatly”: “We’re going home, have a few days to regenerate and prepare. It won’t be easy, because this is a good team.”

Among the Munich team, who only scored 22 percent of their three-point attempts, Nick Weiler-Babb stood out with 18 points and Andreas Obst with 17 points. Bonn’s best pitchers were Jeremy Morgan (17) and Javontae Hawkins (16).

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