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“We completely lost the thread”: Tuchel is struggling with the bankruptcy in Rome

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“We completely lost the thread”: Tuchel is struggling with the bankruptcy in Rome

After the clear defeat in Leverkusen, Bayern also lost at Lazio Rome. Both times without a goal of their own, something that hasn’t happened since 2015. Thomas Tuchel was particularly annoyed in the second half.

Things are currently not going well for Thomas Tuchel and his Bayern. IMAGO/ABACAPRESS

“We are frustrated and angry about the defeat. We lost the game, I don’t know if Lazio won it. I don’t know why we lost the plot after half-time. We definitely lost it and then “We did everything we could to get us so behind,” said Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel at the start of the conversation DAZN. “One half isn’t enough at this level.”

Before the break, Bayern played at least well and had three really good chances. After the break, not much went together for the German record champions. “We started with two serious ball losses and completely lost confidence and rhythm, the second half wasn’t good anymore,” the coach admitted honestly.

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The decisive scene then occurred in the 67th minute: Gustav Isaksen was hit on the ankle by Bayern’s Dayot Upamecano in the penalty area with an open sole. There were penalties and red for the defensive man. Ciro Immobile stayed ice cold and scored the 1-0 winning goal.

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“That’s too wild. It’s enough to block it. Of course he doesn’t want to do it at all, it looks completely unintentional to me. There’s no need to make the move at all, it’s enough if he blocks it,” said Tuchel clear to the scene that decided the first leg. Upamecano will therefore also be suspended for the second leg on March 5th in Munich.

Tuchel: “We have some construction sites”

After the clear 0:3 in Leverkusen, Bayern lost for the second time without scoring their own goal. This hadn’t happened since May 2015. At that time there were bankruptcies in Leverkusen (0:2) and Barcelona (0:3) as well as against Augsburg (0:1). Harry Kane remained pale, as he did in Leverkusen, and the Munich team must get him back into the game better.

“We have some construction sites,” Tuchel made clear. “The first half was okay, we had seven shots on goal, but none on goal. We wanted to be even braver, but we completely lost the thread.”

Bayern continue on Sunday (5:30 p.m.) in Bochum. It is important for the Tuchel team to find the thread again.

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