In the 4-1 win in Freiburg, almost everything went well for Bayern – except for one substitution, which led to the Freiburg protest. In the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals, it was the other way around. Only the changes worked…
Julian Nagelsmann’s team (34) lost 1-0 at Villarreal in Spain. And that too with Dusel. It is the first away defeat in the premier class since 2017!
Villarreal, the easiest opponent of the last eight? Not for Bavaria! The “yellow U-boats” (named after the Beatles song “Yellow submarine”) appeared in front of the gate much more dangerously than the unimaginative ones from Munich.
Left-back Alphonso Davies (21) celebrates his comeback from the start after his heart muscle inflammation. The 0: 1 falls over his side of all things…
Holland striker Arnaut Danjuma (25) pushes the ball into the goal from just a few meters away.
Bayern strikes back? Not a trace!
Robert Lewandowski (33) didn’t have a shot on goal in the first half and only had 10 ball contacts.
Duel for Bavaria: The 2: 0 of the Spaniards by a lob by Coquelin is taken back by the video referee because of millimeter offside.
Again Bayern Dusel: Moreno’s long-range shot only hits the post.
And again Bayern Dusel: Moreno’s long ball from his own half flies over Neuer – and turns just past the post.
Bad luck for Leon Goretzka: substituted on. And replaced after a collision with a bleeding wound in the eye.
BILD awards the. to seven players (including Neuer and Lewandowski). grade 5. And to coach Nagelsmann.
The trainer found clear words about the defeat on the Sky microphone: “Deserved. That was really wild, it wasn’t a good game from us today.”
0:1 lost and four successful changes. So that’s not enough for the second leg on Tuesday in Munich.
The only ray of hope for Bayern: According to BILD information, Bayern and Ajax super talent Ryan Gravenberch (19) now agree on a change in the summer. Amsterdam and Munich still have to negotiate the fee. Teammate Noussair Mazraoui (24) could also come.