World Two bad news more for Bayern!
Lewandowski absence won't alter Leipzig mindset as club chief Krosche relishes title tussle
RB Leipzig sporting director Markus Krosche warned his team not to expect a weakened Bayern Munich just because Robert Lewandowski is out.Enjoying another phenomenal season, the Poland striker has been irresistible for reigning champions Bayern and had come to within touching distance of history.
spent a nightmarish evening, Wednesday, facing the. The fault, in particular, to the clumsiness of his attackers and the recitals of Keylor Navas and Kylian mbed, at both ends of the ground. But the defeat conceded against the Champions of France (2-3) in the quarterfinals go of the Champions League was not the only bad news recorded by the Bavarians. At this setback, which necessarily hypothesized the chances of qualifications of title holders, have added two wounds. The first occurred shortly after the half hour of play. Feeling from a pain in the thigh, had to give up his place to, not without a few minutes of floating that prompted to haranguing his coach, Hans-Dieter Flick. And a few minutes later, it was the turn to leave the lawn, this time replaced by. And his changes have hardly helped the plans of the champions of Germany. Attests to the lack of vivacity posted by the German central defender against Kylian mbed on the third objective of Paris. Asked at the end of the meeting, the Bavarian coach mentioned "muscle injuries" for both men without being able to say more about the severity of these wounds. It is nevertheless unlikely that one and the other can be restored for the return match scheduled in five days. To believe RMC Sport, the German central defender package is already acquired. And then the Bayern will be deprived of Robert Lewandwski, Serge Gnabry, Corentin Tolisso and Douglas Costa.
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Bayern ease past Rosengard to reach women's Champions League semis
Bayern ease past Rosengard to reach women's Champions League semisThe result in Malmo stretched Frauen-Bundesliga leaders Bayern's winning streak in all competitions to 26 matches.
"Everything has occurred" - Reschkes Thanks to Hoeneß .
Michael Reschke acted for three years as a technical director at Bayern. But before he helped him Hoeneß. For Sport1 Reschke explains how. © Provided by sport1.de "Everything has occurred" - Reschkes thanks to Hoeneß Michael Reschke and FC Bayern - these were three years of common success. The 63-year-old enabled numerous top transfers - so among other things Niklas Slee, Serge Gnabry and Joshua Kimmich, who all found the way to Munich. The Sport1 Podcast "My Bayern Week" on podcast.sport1.de ,