FC Bayern Munich wins the DFL Supercup at RB Leipzig 5: 3

An the evening that a new era began for FC Bayern Munich, Hasan Salihamidžić was annoyed with the player who stood for the old one. “My father taught me that when you leave, you never close the door with your butt,” said the sports director almost word for word into several microphones before the Supercup in Leipzig.

“Robert is well on his way to doing just that.” He meant Robert Lewandowski, the world footballer, the 41-goal striker, the man who didn’t want to play in Munich anymore – and that this summer for so long and so loudly said until Bayern Munich sold him to FC Barcelona for at least 45 million euros.

On the morning of the Supercup, the American broadcaster ESPN published an interview in which Lewandowski accused some people in his old club of not having told the truth. What and who exactly did he mean? He didn’t say. Only: “The club tried to find an argument as to why they could sell me to another club, because it might have been difficult to explain to the fans. And I had to accept that, even though a lot of bullshit was said about me.”

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It’s a little strange that a player and a club that could be mutually grateful should fight for interpretation in this way. And yet, from Salihamidžić’s point of view, one had to say that the new era got off to an excellent start in attack.



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