Bayern Munich vs Monchengladbach: Bayern humiliated 0-3 at Allianz

Bayern Munich vs Monchengladbach: Bayern humiliated 0-3 at Allianz Bundesliga European Leagues

  • Bayern Munich fall to fifth place, lose 3-0 to Borussia Mönchengladbach
  • Borussia Mönchengladbach has moved over Bayern to the second spot at League table
  • Alassane Plea (10′), Lars Stindi (16′) in the first half.
  • Patrick Herrmann (88′) netted the third for the visitors with two minutes left. The goal was later confirmed by a VAR review.


Manager Niko Kovac said individual mistakes are at the center of Bayern Munich’s slump after they crashed to a 3-0 Bundesliga defeat at home to Borussia Moenchengladbach, making them fifth in the table. Kovac is under stress with Bayern now four points behind league leaders Borussia Dortmund and out of the Champions League places, which will displease chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and president Uli Hoeness.

“I had their service after the initial seven games (if Bayern were undefeated), so I assume I have it, but at the end, I’m not the one who can answer this,” said Kovac. “I’ve said a couple of words into the group, but that ought to stay in the dressing room. We’re making a lot of individual mistakes.

“Everybody is trying, but in the moment we aren’t bringing it together on the pitch. “You have to act as a unit, but we conceded three goals in their three goals.” — Alaba harm — To compound Bayern’s issues, left-back and dead-ball expert David Alaba limped off at the second half with a leg injury.

“It could be a rip, from what he signalled to me,” said Kovac. With Juan Bernat was sold to Paris Saint-Germain and Rafinha out injured, Bayern are down to only 1 fit wing-back in Joshua Kimmich. “This is just what I feared would happen,” admitted Kovac.

Unavailability Concerns

The fixture listing could help Bayern after the international break against mid-table Wolfsburg, then Mainz off in the next two league games.

“Unfortunately, most of the players will be gone tomorrow (on international responsibility ),” said Kovac. “Meaning we won’t have enough players to work things through in training. “We must trust that those that are in the national teams will return with clear heads. When we are all together again, we will need to make sure we perform as well as we imagine we could.”

“You can see that most of us want it, but we didn’t take the big chances which came our way.” Veteran winger Arjen Robben said it is all up to Bayern’s celebrity squad to dig out the team of trouble. “Obviously , this is a bad stage, we must get out of it,” said the Dutch winger.”We did not create sufficient, we have to analyse the whole thing, but it’s not as though what’s now shit.”

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