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After FC Bayern Gala: Mathys Tel catches Rüffel from Julian Nagelsmann

Updated on 09/11/2022 at 07:45

  • Even after the 6-1 gala against Werder Bremen, Julian Nagelsmann still sees room for improvement at Bayern.
  • Despite his dream goal, 17-year-old Mathys Tel was reprimanded by his coach.

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FC Bayern talent Mathys Tel has a reprimand for his stubbornness from the coach after his joker goal against Werder Bremen Julian Nagelsman receive. The 17-year-old Frenchman made the 6-1 win for Munich on Tuesday evening in the Bundesliga with a long-range shot after a solo run from his own half for the acclaimed final point. It was the attacker’s third goal of the season.

Nagelsmann: “Actually, he’s not allowed to shoot there”

“First of all, I was happy that he scored,” said Nagelsmann on TV station Sat.1. “But he’s not actually allowed to shoot there, he has to play it to Kingsley Coman,” explained the Bayern coach and concluded: “I think if he doesn’t score, then he’ll get in trouble with his teammates and colleagues on the field.” Tel came to FC Bayern from Stade Renne in the summer for a fee of 30 million euros.

On the other hand, Nagelsmann praised national player Leroy Sané for exemplary behavior, who ran alone to Werder goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka in the 28th minute of the game, but did not selfishly seek the end, but instead passed to team-mate Serge Gnabry. The attacker was able to shoot the ball into the empty goal to make it 4:1. (dpa/ska)

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Even without the departed Robert Lewandowski, Bayern have scored more goals after 14 games than they have since 1977. “When we lost our striker before the season, who scores 40 goals, everyone trembled as to whether we could still score goals. So far we can,” said coach Julian Nagelsmann amused after the 6-1 home win against Werder Bremen. Triple goal scorer Serge Gnabry received special praise.

Teaser image: © dpa / Sven Hoppe / dpa

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