Munich in crisis, even infighting… “After the end of the game, there was an altercation between players and coaches”

The situation in Bayern Munich is at its worst.

Munich lost 2-3 to Bochum in the 22nd round of the German Bundesliga in the 2023-24 season at 1:30 a.m. on the 19th (Korea time) in the Bonovia Rurstadion, located in Bochum, Germany. As a result, Munich has recently lost three consecutive official matches, failing to narrow the gap (eight points) with “No. 1” Bayer Leverkusen.

Munich is not in a good mood. Now that he has established a “alone system” in Germany, he is aiming to win the title again this season, but the situation is bad. He is ranking second in the league, trailing Leverkusen, which has seen a historic upturn under Xavi Alonso. He is eight points shorter than Leverkusen.

Recently, they lost two consecutive games. And the loss was even more bitter than ever. They were defeated by Leverkusen, their main competitor, and Lazio, who met in the round of 16 strongest teams in the UEFA Champions League.

It was a poor game itself. At the match against Leverkusen, he recorded only one shot on goal for 90 minutes, and suffered a complete 0-3 loss. At the match against Lazio, who needed a change of mood, his performance was not good, and he lost 0-1 without recording a single shot on goal.

Defeat against Lazio was taken seriously. Some even claimed Munich’s “crisis theory.” Munich, which won the title every season for the first time in a long time, is now on the verge of being “irrelevant” to Tuchel’s future.

Bochum match could be a test. German media outlet Avent Zeitung said, “The match against Bochum will be Tuchel’s last chance. Club executives are still supporting him, but if there is a negative result of the match, he may decide to dismiss him.”

However, Munich lost the match against Bochum. Jamal Musiala’s first goal gave the lead, but he later conceded three goals 꽁머니. In the second half, bad news overlapped, with Dayo Upamecano also sent off. Harry Kane scored a comeback goal in the 42nd minute of the second half, but it failed to affect the result.

Munich could not have been in a good mood, having lost three games in a row. There was an internal strife. “After the final whistle, Joshua Kimmich and Zsolt Loeb had an altercation, almost like a scuffle,” said Patrick Strasser of the “az-munchen.”

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