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Bayern Munich – Karl-Heinz Rummenigge warns: "Has fallen into an imbalance" – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


Bayern boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has taken a position before the 3-1 win against Tottenham in the Champions League to unsatisfactory situation in the Bundesliga and demanded improvement, especially in the offensive.

"We are in a bit of a difficult position, seventh place in the table is unusual for Bayern Munich and certainly not satisfactory, so it is important to change that," Rummenigge said Cloud.

In particular, the Chacenverwertung Bayern boss criticized the two 1: 2 defeats against Borussia Mönchengladbach and Bayer Leverkusen: "We must now concentrate and motivate games and especially from our scoring chances, which we had so many, just more to get out. "

After 14 match days Munich is only in seventh place – the last time FCB occupied at such a time in the 1994/95 season a poorer position. The gap for leaders Gladbach is already seven points.

Rummenigge: Coutinho commitment? "Take our time"

One who presented himself in good form against Spurs in their success against Spurs and who will solve the offensive problems is Philippe Coutinho. Rummenigge did not want to decide whether the Brazilian should play during the summer with the German record champions: "We have a clause in the contract with Coutinho, which we must draw by the end of May." We take our time. "

When it comes to the training question, Rummenigge Hansi Flick did not update in the long run: "We stayed that way after the last game before the winter break, so I do not rule out that Flick will continue until the summer."

Still, there was praise for the interim coach: "He's doing well, the quality of the game is perfectly satisfactory, we just have to score."