Bundesliga: Bayern 1-1 Frankfurt – 3 games, 0 wins – Bayern’s English Horror Week | Sports


Bayern’s 1-1 crisis continues!

The record champions are playing a draw for the third time since the World Cup break. As in Leipzig and against Cologne, the front runners did not get more than a 1-1 draw against Frankfurt at the end of the English week. The lead at the top of the table melts to one point!

The video! HERE Frankfurt meets Bavaria in the heart

In addition to Bayern’s dip in results at the start of the second half of the season, there are also discussions about the dismissal of goalkeeping coach and new buddy Toni Tapalovic (42) and Serge Gnabry’s (27) short trip to Paris.

English horror week for Bavaria!

Coach Julian Nagelsmann (35) is rebuilding against Frankfurt. Müller moves into attacking midfield, Musiala replaces Goretzka (thigh) further back. This works for now!

34. Minute: Stanisic (plays surprisingly for Pavard) sees Müller on the right. He plays in the back to Sané, who completes from 13 meters. 1-0 for Bayern!

But loose and fluffy looks different despite Müller! Frankfurt makes it really difficult for Bayern with their lightning-fast counterattacks. During a trip by Sommer, the fans hold their breath when a foul on Kolo Muani is rightly only yellow (25th).

But King Kolo still has his gala moment!

69. Minute: On a counterattack, Kamada serves Kolo Muani on the left. The Frenchman just leaves Upamecano and hits the ball flat with his left into the far corner. Compensation Frankfurt!

Ironically, Kolo Muani! Frankfurt brought the then unknown striker from Nantes free of charge in the summer. After that Kolo started with seven goals and ten assists and even became vice world champion in winter. Its market value has increased from 16 to 37 million euros!

It is clear that Bayern is also concerned with the striker. As of now, Kolo Muani wants to fulfill his contract until 2024.

Kolo Muani is on the pitch for Bavaria’s English Horror Week – and the topic of Gnabry is also making waves just before kick-off!

The national player used the free weekend between the games in Leipzig and Cologne (both 1:1) for a short trip to Paris Fashion Week. Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic (46) then scolded: “That’s amateurish!”

Consequence of the weak Gnabry appearance against Cologne: Coach Julian Nagelsmann (35) leaves the offensive man on the bench for the first time after nine starting eleven appearances in a row.

At Sky, club boss Oliver Kahn (53) defends the public criticism of Brazzo: “We are in one of the most difficult situations in German football that has ever existed. We played a disastrous World Cup. We then gave the players enough time off to come back refreshed. Now we demand performance. Hasan made that very clear to Serge.”

And further: “I was not a child of sadness either. But when I know it’s not the best time, then I score three goals afterwards and I’m the best player on the pitch. That’s my answer then. But he got it. He will bring this performance again, we are all convinced of that.”

Bayern needs them again after the English Horror Week…



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