Less than an hour before the start of the fast yesterday (Sunday), the people of Israel received particularly loud news when Moanes Dabour once again scored a goal against Bayern Munich. The game, which lasted into the eve of Yom Kippur, ended in a stunning 1: 4 victory for Hoffenheim, and the German media and around the world have been quite concerned with the fact that this is the Bavarians’ first loss in 2020 and the end of their mighty streak. However, quite a bit of the chatter on the media and social networks was also about the Israeli’s outstanding goal.
The striker provided a particularly beautiful performance with a chip over Manuel Neuer, after staying in front of him in a one-on-one in the 24th minute and set up a most surprising 0: 2. At the end of the match Dabour stated that it was not accidental at all: “In my head before the game I tried to get into focus, I imagined that if I had a one-on-one situation then I would try to give a chip. It’s something I planned before the game. Fortunately I got this opportunity, Glad the ball went in. “
The Bundesliga broadcaster was enthusiastic and said: “Dabour, what a brilliant way to score your first goal of the season.” The striker himself added: “The feeling is amazing of course, to beat Bayern. We were focused and worked non-stop throughout the 90 minutes. It was a great game for the whole team.”
🗣️ “That was a great game from all of us!”
Indeed 🤩#TSG-TV with the votes to win against Bayern ⤵️
— TSG Hoffenheim (@tsghoffenheim) September 27, 2020
In Munich they took the loss a little hard, especially in view of the final result and less the loss of points. The team had hoped to reach the German Super Cup against Dortmund on Wednesday in a more positive momentum, but yesterday’s opponent prevented it. The Enzy Flick also had to plan ahead following the tight schedule, and Robert Lewandowski opened the game on the bench, for the first time in the league since September 2018.
“We need more quality when it comes to the general staff, so that we can give some of our players a break from time to time,” he said. Flick At the end. “It’s clear that such a thing had to happen at some point. Well done to Hoffenheim. I don’t completely blame the fatigue issue, we just didn’t create enough situations. You can’t say the players weren’t committed or unwilling to win. We weren’t dominant and we made life easy for them. Now “Concentrate on Wednesday. New signings? Don’t think about it right now.”
also Manuel Neuer Asked about the tight schedule and fatigue: “We are not looking for excuses. We also had games a few days apart last season, we know what awaits us and we have to accept that. “
This loss was actually Bayern’s first in the current calendar year, as the balance until this game in 2020 was 27 wins in all competitions and only one draw in the league against Leipzig somewhere in February – that is 14 consecutive league wins until yesterday. By the way, although only two rounds were held in the Bundesliga, Hoffenheim finished this round in first place in the table, something that has not happened in six years.
Manuel Neuer on the tight schedule and fatigue: “We’re not looking for excuses. We’ve already seen last season that we got a game every few days. We know what awaits us and we must accept the situation” #TSGFCB pic.twitter.com/RM7fv1npdu
— Quadruple Winners 🏆🏆🏆🏆 (@iMiaSanMia) September 27, 2020
In another matter, two coaches in Germany have already been sacked after two rounds: David Wagner returned the keys after Schalke’s 3-1 loss to Werder Bremen, with his team having a streak of 18 games without a win. Akim Baylordzer was fired from Mainz, which was defeated 4-1 by Stuttgart and is in a major crisis of confidence between the players and the management.
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