Coach Hansi Flick communicated frustration at Bayern Munich after prevailing upon yellow cards Bayer Leverkusen by Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller, who will manage them out of their next Bundesliga match.
Bayern rallied and eventually ran out comfortable 4-2 victors regardless of falling back early on, targeting Kingsley Coman, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, and Lewandowski.
For Lewandowski, his exertion took him on to 44 across all season challenges, a personal best, while Muller claimed a pair of assists to move him to 20 for the 2019-20 Bundesliga campaign, tying Kevin De Bruyne ‘s record.
However, both of Bayern ‘s main men have been reserved, guaranteeing they will miss the following end of the week’s visit of Borussia Monchengladbach.
While Bayern has a commanding lead at the highest point, Flick didn’t shroud his irritation that the pair were precluded.
“It’s irritating yet we can’t change it and we have to perceive the situation. You ‘re upset on the pitch because I talked to Manuel Grafe, the official. He said Lewandowski struck the attacker and that’s the reason he saw the yellow card. I didn’t see it so I was unable to remark. Thomas was hindering the ball when they had free-kick so the yellow card was all right. It’s exactly what it is. We ‘re accepting it. We ‘re having two additional players. It’s also acceptable sometimes yet it’s important that both play for an hour and a half on Wednesday against Eintracht Frankfurt [in the DFB-Pokal]. At that point we attempt to get ourselves decidedly ready for the Gladbach game,” he said.
By and by, Goretzka was an amazing player and that wasn’t lost on Flick, who is anxious for the Germany midfielder to stay injury-free.