Sport FC Bayern fears Boateng, Tolisso, Hernández and Martínez

21:10  28 november  2020
21:10  28 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

Ozil takes dig at Germany boss Low after 6-0 Nations League loss

  Ozil takes dig at Germany boss Low after 6-0 Nations League loss Mesut Ozil has wasted no time reacting to Germany's shock 6-0 defeat by Spain after taking to Twitter to take a thinly veiled swipe at manager Joachim Low. Germany suffered their worst defeat since 1931 when they were hammered in Seville, ensuring that the home side progressed to the Nations League finals next year at their expense.Ozil's international career was ended after the 2018 World Cup when Germany crashed out of the group stage.

Fußball- Club Bayern München e.V., commonly known as FC Bayern München (German pronunciation: [ʔɛf tseː ˈbaɪɐn ˈmʏnçn̩]), FCB, Bayern Munich, or FC Bayern

After Corentin Tolisso and Jérôme Boateng were forced off during the 2-1 defeat in Mönchengladbach on Saturday due to injuries, both have been given a tentative all-clear after further tests in Munich on Sunday.

FC Bayern Munich may have to do without several players in the coming week due to injuries. After the substitutions of Jérôme Boateng, Corentin Tolisso and Lucas Hernández in the 3-1 win at VfB Stuttgart on Saturday, the record champions want to wait for the three ailing professionals to be examined on Sunday. “With Tolisso it looks like he has a muscle injury. With Jérôme you have to wait, ”said coach Hansi Flick.

Jérôme Boateng vom FC Bayern München wärmt sich auf. © Sven Hoppe / dpa / archive image Jérôme Boateng from FC Bayern Munich is warming up.

"Tomorrow we will of course examine all the players, the doctors will then let me know," added the coach. Substitute Javi Martínez also has muscular problems ahead of Tuesday's Champions League game at Atlético Madrid.

Can RB Leipzig keep Bayern Munich at bay again? .
As Leipzig prepare to make the trip to Bavaria again this Saturday, as their closest Bundesliga challengers, they do so believing there are fallibilities to exploit. Sure, Bayern do occupy their familiar position at the top of the Bundesliga. Sure, they did qualify from their Champions League group with consummate ease. But their rivals think Flick's all-conquering side are there for the taking - for now anyway.

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