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Sports Goretzka and Kimmich answer Messi question brutally

01:15  15 august  2020
01:15  15 august  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Goretzka and Kimmich set up a fund called 'We Kick Corona', to which they made a joint donation of one million euros. After making an equal We Kick Corona is inviting charities and social institutions to apply for funds from the €2.5m it has raised, and Kimmich echoed Lewandowski's call for solidarity.

Do you feel sorry for Lionel Messi? The answers of the Bayern professionals to this question were very clear after the 8: 2 against Barcelona. There was some kind of oath in the cabin.

© Getty Images "Difficult to understand" and yet not inexplicable: Joshua Kimmich and FC Bayern's 8: 2 against Barcelona.

Wild cheering scenes? Big emotions? If you believe Leon Goretzka, it was very rational in the Bayern dressing room after the 8: 2 against FC Barcelona - apparently there was some kind of oath.

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Kimmich remembers the second half of the season: "Today it was different"

And yet this Friday evening has to be processed first. Kimmich found the historical game "brutal" and "difficult to grasp", but by no means inexplicable: "We played with a brutal focus from the very first minute. Extremely determined going forward and very, very brave."

Goretzka, too, saw his Bayern as "very handy in the duels", which meant that they "found their way into the game very well. The pressing was already brutal." Most of all, the team just didn't stop. "What distinguished us today: We always played for the next goal," said Kimmich. In the second half of the season you often "led 3: 1, 4: 1" and then began "to swim and hit the balls. Today it was different. We had a brutal coolness, a good calm on the ball."

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"I was almost ashamed of how happy I was"

Kimmich himself scored the meanwhile 5: 2 after an outstanding solo work by Alphonso Davies. He called the co-production of the full-backs "unbelievable". "I was almost ashamed of how happy I was because it was 99 percent of his goal. World class!" Enthused the shooter of the goal that finally decided the game. "With the 5-2 it was over. Then you also noticed at Barça that there wasn't that much going on. They didn't believe in it anymore."

Was that why he felt sorry for Lionel Messi in the end? "No," replied Kimmich without hesitation for a split second. Goretzka saw it very similarly. "It hurt" - to see Messi like that - "I didn't feel that way," replied the midfielder. "That was a bit of fun for me too."

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