“It’s almost an own goal” ruthless new manager reveals defender

“It’s almost an own goal.”

New Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel publicly humiliated the defender.

The British media ‘Mirror’ reported on the 12th (Korean time) that ‘Tuchel reacted brutally to Munich’s mistake’.

Tuchel’s target was central defender Dayo Upamecano.

Munich lost 0-3 in the first leg of the quarterfinals against Manchester City in the 2022-2023 European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England on this day.

Upamecano made a crucial mistake in the 25th minute of the second half when the score was 0-1. This led straight to the goal. It was the moment when the victory was virtually flying away as the gap was two points. Munich collapsed six minutes later, conceding an additional goal.

The watershed that Tuhel picked was the 25th minute of the second half. Tuchel smacked his lips, saying that his overall performance was not bad, but he paid a heavy price for his fatal mistake.

Tuchel said, “It was difficult as a result, but the performance was not. I liked our way. Until the 25th minute of the second half,” he started.

Tuchel sniped at Upamecano, saying, “I was brutally punished for a big personal mistake. It was almost like an own goal.” 먹튀검증

Upamecano lost the ball during the build-up at the back. In fact, the long kick was the safest way as Man City players pressed hard and exquisitely blocked the road. Upamecano, however, attempted a dribble.

After Jack Grealish successfully intercepted, he immediately passed to Erling Holland. Munich’s left penalty box opened completely unprotected. Haaland put a cross through the middle. Bernardo Silva scores with a No-Mark header.

Tuchel said: “The first half was very good. The second half was even better. If we scored the goal we deserved, we could change the atmosphere. I felt, losing 0-3 and saying this is ridiculous, but we were punished brutally.” pondered over

Mirror said, ‘Upamecano also made a mistake in the third run. “He was watching the ball as John Stones headed it.”

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