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Vice-captain Thomas Müller sees FC Bayern Munich challenged after the recent weaker appearances after the international break. “Now it's time to flip the switch again. To fade out the successes of the past weeks and months, to shake off the pat on the back. In my experience, the performance mode has no past, ”wrote the 31-year-old in a post published on Friday on the Linkedin network.
Müller commented on the great successes of the German soccer record champions this year and the greed for more. But dealing with it is also demanding. "The vacation and the time to classify this great and historic triple and to process it mentally was rather tight at two weeks," said the former international, who got a few days off from coach Hansi Flick during this international break.
Lewandowski scores 4 as busy Bayern beats Hertha Berlin 4-3
BERLIN — Robert Lewandowski scored four goals as Bayern Munich defeated Hertha Berlin 4-3 in a dramatic finale to their Bundesliga game on Sunday. The Poland striker converted a penalty in injury time to leave the visitors with nothing but pride after twice coming from behind, from 2-0 and 3-2 down, to make it 3-3 in the 88th minute. Bayern coach Hansi Flick said a hectic schedule was having adverse effects on his team, one week after its 32-game run without defeat across all competitions ended in a 4-1 loss at Hoffenheim.
The 8-0 win against FC Schalke at the start of the season put the team "straight back into seventh heaven". In the narrow Supercup victories against FC Sevilla (2: 1) and against Borussia Dortmund (3: 2), the winning mentality still helped, but the 1: 4 in Hoffenheim "clarified the challenges of the current phase. We cheated our way into the international break with a 4: 3 win against Hertha BSC, ”wrote Müller.
“For me personally, football has never been about titles or trophies. But always just to feel the feeling of victory, ”emphasized Müller. You want to be the best, you have to push your limits and overcome resistance. "That has always appealed to me and will be our task in the coming months." It continues on October 15th in the cup against the fifth division club 1. FC Düren, two days later the opponent is away in the Bielefeld league. The new Champions League season starts on October 21 against Atlético Madrid.
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