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FC Bayern: This is how Nagelsmann replaces Kimmich and Müller!



Will Pilsen manage the mega surprise in Munich?

With a 4-0 win on Friday evening, the record champions easily got out of the crisis with their first league win since August 21 against weak Leverkusen.

Farewell to the crisis? No!

Because things were going well in the Champions League even before the league crisis: Two wins (Milan, Barcelona), six points and 4-0 goals – that’s the result of Munich in the premier class so far.

And just before the Bundesliga bang at BVB (Saturday, 6.30 p.m.) the corona virus is now sweeping over Munich!


That’s why Julian Nagelsmann (35) has to play against outsider Viktoria Pilsen (today at 6.45 p.m. here in the BILD ticker) without permanent players Joshua Kimmich (27) and Thomas Müller (33 / both in quarantine until Friday).

Import for the prestige duel – there’s nothing!

Nagelsmann lets four new ones go!

Neuer – Mazraoui, Upamecano, De Ligt, Davies – Gravenberch, Goretzka – Mané, Musiala, Sané – Gnabry

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Noussair Mazraoui (24) starts behind for Benjamin Pavard (26).

For the Corona failures Kimmich and Müller, Ryan Gravenberch (20/second time starting eleven) and Serge Gnabry (27/last three times on the bench) get their chance to prove themselves for more missions. Jamal Musiala (19/seven goals in 11 games), Sadio Mané (30/six goals in 12 games), Leon Goretzka (27/only two starting XIs) alongside Gravenberch and Leroy Sané (26) are also starting.

Kingsley Coman (26/rehabilitation training) and the long-term injured Lucas Hernandez (26/torn muscle) and Bouna Sarr (30/knee surgery) will not be there.

Only victory counts against the Czechs!

By the way: Bayern have been unbeaten in 30 group games. So far, only Real Madrid has achieved something similar (2012 to 2017).

Should Bayern not lose to Pilsen tonight, they will be the sole record holders.

Source: Asia Times


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