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trainer Hansi Flick from the German record champions Bayern Munich has resisted criticism of the special role played by football in times of pandemics. © Provided by sport1.de "That's too little": Flick complains about politics and corona experts coach Hansi Flick from the German record champions Bayern Munich has resisted criticism of the special role of football in pandemic times and politics attacked sharply by "so-called experts" like Karl Lauterbach.
Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick was proud of his team after the show of power at Lazio Rome.
Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick was proud of his team after the show of power at Lazio Rome. "Everyone had the will to do something special right from the start, so the win at this level is well deserved. I am very satisfied. We have come a huge step closer to the quarter-finals," said Flick after the impressive 4-1 (3 : 0) of the German record champions in the first leg of the last sixteen.
FC Bayern wanted to "set an example. We wanted to show that we were there from the first second," emphasized Leroy Sane. The Munich team succeeded in doing this in an impressive manner in the Stadio Olimpico. After a small league low, the defending champion put a big exclamation mark in his renewed attack on Europe's football throne. The second leg on March 17th should only be a matter of form.
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After the last two league games without a win, the Munich team gave full throttle right from the start, as Leon Goretzka emphasized: "That was important after recently we often overslept the first 15 or 20 minutes. It worked well, that was a good first step. "
Robert Lewandowski (9th), Jamal Musiala (24th) and Sane (42nd) scored for the clearly superior Bavarians. In addition, there was an own goal by Francesco Acerbi (46th). Lazio could only shorten through Joaquin Correa (49th). This means that Bayern have been unbeaten in the premier class for 19 games (18 wins) and almost two years.
Meanwhile, the 17-year-old Musiala set a record: the midfielder became the youngest German scorer in the premier class with his goal to make it 2-0. Musiala replaced Sammy Kuffour from FC Bayern.
In addition, the Bayern professional is the second youngest goalscorer in a knockout game in the Champions League. The only younger one was Bojan Krkic, who scored against Schalke 04 for FC Barcelona on April 1, 2008 at the age of 17 years and 216 days. Musiala will be on Friday 18th
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