Bayern Munich settled for a draw against Freiburg, dropping more points

By Majesty 2 Min Read

After losing to Freiburg, Bayern Munich may finish the weekend 10 points below the top of the Bundesliga.

With a superb 20-yard strike, Christian Gunter gave the mid-table hosts an early lead.

After a solo run by Jamal Musiala and a superb curling effort by Mathys Tel, Bayern believed they had reversed the tide.

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However, Lucas Holer scored a volley in the 87th minute to give the home team a point.

Regarding his team’s performance in the first half, Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel commented, “We played completely without structure.” “We received no punishment. We lost control as we advanced, were out of position, and let them launch a counterattack.

“For the first thirty minutes, we played carelessly; it wasn’t a will issue.

“We engaged in activities for which we have never been taught or discussed. We performed as though we were behind by a goal in the 85th minute.”

With their match against Cologne on Sunday, Bayern now trail unbeaten leaders Bayer Leverkusen by seven points.

It might mean an end to Munich’s ten years of complete supremacy in German football. They have won the Bundesliga 11 times in a row, a record.

The news that Tuchel will depart at the conclusion of the season is already a result of their disappointing season.

Bayern could end the season without any hardware if they lose to Lazio in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 match on Tuesday (they lost the first game 1-0 in Rome).

England striker Harry Kane had a disappointing evening as he let multiple opportunities pass for Bayern and was unable to extend his recent run of three goals in two games.

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