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US News Flick: "I don't see us as opponents"

17:40  26 february  2021
17:40  26 february  2021 Source:   brigitte.de

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On Saturday at 1. FC Köln, the positive trend from the Champions League will continue and the recent negative experiences in the league will be forgotten. Just to avoid creating too much tension at the top of the table. Thomas Müller and Serge Gnabry are there again.

© imago images "But the way the team trains and motivates is outstanding": Hansi Flick.

In the Champions League, FC Bayern has shown its good side again, while in the league in the past few weeks things have not gone quite smoothly with the two winless games in a row. The lead at the top of the table has shrunk to two points. For coach Hansi Flick there is still no reason to worry, after all, there were "certain omens" for the 3: 3 against Bielefeld and the 1: 2 in Frankfurt. However, the FCB coach wants "no excuses" to apply, as he says.

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Is the most dangerous opponent for FC Bayern in the fight for the title of FC Bayern itself?

On the contrary: He expects his team to "have as much will to win" against Cologne as they did in the 4-1 win in Rome on Tuesday. That his team also takes the supposedly smaller opponent who is fighting against relegation as seriously as an opponent from a premier class round of 16. Alone to avoid a debate on attitudes on Säbener Strasse. And yet the FCB often shows different faces this season. Hence the question: Is the most dangerous opponent for Bayern in the fight for the title possibly even Bayern itself?

"No," says Flick: "I have to give the team a huge compliment. Of course we missed points. But the way the team trains and motivates is outstanding. That's why I don't see ourselves as opponents. The team has exactly this attitude, the you need to finish a season successfully. Because I feel the will. "

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"We're two points ahead, I'm not interested in anything else at the moment." - Trainer Hansi Flick

And it's also a fact: Despite small dents, despite losing points and sometimes greater staff concerns, the Munich team still lead the table. The potential championship contenders behind Bayern have to win their games anyway. Because at the moment, as Flick also knows, "are two points ahead and everything else does not interest me at the moment".

Müller and Gnabry are back again

On Saturday at 1. FC Köln, the trend from the Champions League is to be continued. With Serge Gnabry, who survived his muscle injury, and Thomas Müller, who has ended his stay in quarantine. Both should immediately count towards the roster.

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