Coach Tuchel Munich said, “Failure to maintain concentration-performance in the face of a 2-0 → 2-3 shock

“There was an extreme lack of vigilance and the one-on-one fight with the opponent was too weak to win.”

“The Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel (51) complained.”

Bayern Munich faced FC Heidenheim in the 28th round of the Bundesliga in the 2023-2024 season at Foyt Arena in Stuttgart, Germany, at 10:30 p.m. on the 6th and lost 2-3 behind.

Munich, which failed to add more points, now has 60 points (19 wins, three draws and six losses), widening its gap with top-ranked Bayer 04 Leverkusen to 16 points. Now, the Korean government should focus on shying away from VfB Stuttgart (57 points), which ranks third, rather than chasing after the top spot.

Munich took out the 4-2-3-1 formation. Harry Kane was at the front line and Serge Gnabry-Jamal Mussiala-Thomas Mueller was at the second line of attack. Leon Goretzka-Konrat Reimer filled the midfield, while Alfonso Davis-Kim Min-jae-Dayo Upamecano-Yojua Kimmich made four back. Sven Ulaihi kept the goal.

Munich took the lead in the game without difficulty. As the opponent team was a promotion team, the team led the attack with skill.

In the 38th minute of the first half, Müller’s ball to Gnabry was handed back to Kane, and Kane hit a right-footed shot to shake the net.
Munich added another goal. Gnabry headed a cross from Davis from the left side in the 45th minute to make it 2-0. The first half ended with Munich’s 2-0 lead.

At the start of the second half, the defense collapsed. In the fifth minute of the second half, goalkeeper Kevin Muller passed long forward and Kim Min-jae advanced to compete for an aerial ball. The ball flowed backward and Kim Min-jae’s back space was exposed. Kevin Sessa quickly shot and split the net as Upamecano failed to cover the space and failed to catch the striker at all.

Immediately after the loss, which had to be refocused, Munich let go of their concentration and allowed an additional loss in a minute. In the sixth minute of the second half, Tim Klyndienst connected an early cross from the left side with a shot to make the score 2-2.
Heidenheim even scored a come-from-behind goal. Marvin Pearinger, who received the ball from the right side in the 34th minute of the second half, passed it to Clindienst who was rushing from the opposite side. Clindienst turned the game around with a low and fast shot.

Munich, who failed to come to their senses afterwards, repeatedly made mistakes in the attack and lost the match 2-3.

It is a shocking defeat. Munich scored two goals in the first half alone, but its entire team collapsed in the second half.

Defenders are not the only ones who created the problem. Kane already had a taste of the goal and shot the ball straight to the goalkeeper when he needed an additional goal, and Kimich caught the ball at a valuable chance to attack in extra time in the second half, before hitting the ball into the stands instead of his teammates with a ridiculous cross.
Munich, which allowed lost 10 consecutive league games, recorded its sixth loss this season. It is too many losses compared to just five of the 34 games it played last season.

Coach Tuchel opened his mouth in the continuous poor match.

According to Bild’s report, Tuchel, who had an interview with Sky Sports after the game ended, assessed the game, saying, “We lacked extreme alertness for five minutes right after the start of the second half, and the one-on-one fight with the opponent was too weak, making it difficult to secure a win.” In other words, players were careless.

When asked by the reporter why, Tuchel replied, “It’s hard to answer right now.” Breathing deeply, Tuchel said, “We controlled everything. However, we failed to maintain our concentration and level of play. The result is proof.”

Tuchel received a yellow card for protesting too much. “I woke up just once, and they gave me a yellow card right away,” Tuchel complained.
He talked about the UEFA Champions League match against Arsenal during the week. “I’m not sure right now. We’ll find out tomorrow or the day after tomorrow. It’s hard to expect a positive effect,” Tuchel sighed.

Tuchel said, “I kept hearing Heidenheim’s cheerleading from the stadium. It is understandable because this is the greatest victory in their club’s history.”

Meanwhile, Munich, which failed to add more points, has now reached a point where it has to focus on shaking off the pursuit of the third-place Stuttgart, not the pursuit of the first-place Leverkusen, as Leverkusen won at the same time. 토토

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