Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has issued a warning to Bayern Munich

‘Legend’ Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (69) has issued a warning to Bayern Munich, who are on a three-game winning streak.

“Rummenigge has issued a warning to Thomas Tuchel and Bayern Munich,” Germany’s Bild reported on Monday. The Bayern Munich stars should take these words to heart!”

After a shaky start to the season, Bayern Munich have been on a roll of late. An 11-game Bundesliga losing streak is still tough, but three straight wins in official matches has put a smile on their faces. The Bavarians beat Lazio 3-0 at home in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) round of 16 second leg on June 6 to reach the quarterfinals, and they followed that up with back-to-back big wins over Mainz (8-1) and Darmstadt (5-2) in the league.

Tuchel was all smiles. After the Darmstadt game, he said: “We are of course happy with a deserved away win. We created a lot of chances throughout the game and deserved more than five goals.” “The atmosphere in the team is good, 카지노사이트 the attitude in training is good. It’s nice to be on a winning streak, and now we just need everyone to come back from the A-match unscathed,” he concluded.

It’s a far cry from about a month ago.

Bayern Munich lost three straight games against Leverkusen, Lazio, and Bochum last month, putting the league title and UCL quarterfinals on the line. Add to that the news that Tuchel will be leaving the club at the end of the season, earlier than his contract allows, and the messy atmosphere grew.

Faced with a crisis, Tuchel decided to make a change. He dropped Kim Min-Jae and Dayo Upamecano to the bench in favor of the duo of Eric Dier and Matthijs de Ligt, and moved Jozua Kimmich to right back instead of midfield, a move that paid off.

Praise has been pouring in from Germany. The general consensus is that Dyer and Der Licht are playing a solid defense based on good communication. Naturally, Kim Min-Jae has been pushed into a three-option center back role. Bild went so far as to call him the ‘loser of the new Tuchel regime’.

Tuchel doesn’t see much of a need to play Kim at this point.

“Dyer and Der Licht win games and work well together,” he said ahead of the Darmstadt game. They work well with fullbacks and defensive midfielders. The communication between them is very good. There is little reason to make any changes at the moment.” Tuchel is very happy with the current situation.

Rummenigge, however, has a different opinion and is looking at Bayern Munich from the outside with a cold eye. The former chairman of the Bavarian club’s board of directors until 2021 pointed out that wins over Lazio, Mainz, and Darmstadt were no big deal.

“We have to deal with the current situation with a serious attitude,” Rummenigge said. We played Lazio, which is not the best team in Europe right now, we beat the bottom team in the Bundesliga (Mainz) 8-1, and we won 5-2 against another bottom team (Darmstadt),” he pointed out. That means they shouldn’t get carried away because a team as good as Bayern Munich beat them.

“Now we shouldn’t feel euphoric instead of lethargic,” Rummenigge added. We need to be calm. We haven’t done that for most of this season. We have to be at our best in the two big games against Arsenal, which are waiting for us.”

Bayern Munich will now face Arsenal in the UCL quarterfinals.

“I expect a difficult match,” Rummenigge said. Arsenal are leading the Premier League and it’s not a coincidence,” Rummenigge said, “We can’t think about the past. It might be the most difficult game you can think of. It’s time to play with all our strengths and make it possible, which is undoubtedly difficult.”

Rummenigge’s words will be the real test for Bayern Munich against Arsenal. The Bavarians will play Dortmund in a der Klassiker after the international break in March, 메이저사이트 then face Arsenal in the UCL semifinals. It’s a great test of the new defense against a strong opponent.

Regardless of the result against Arsenal, Tuchel’s departure is a certainty. Rummenigge said: “I don’t feel any pressure. I decided early on. I had already thought about parting ways with Tuchel at the end of the season, but now the situation is clear and it’s decided. President Max Eberle and CEO Jan Christian Dresen will conduct the discussions calmly. In addition, Honorary President Uli Hoenes and I will give advice.”

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