Bayern Not Win The Last Game Two, Pep: That thing Ordinary, Not Crisis
Munich – Bayern Munich failed to win in two matches in the Bundesliga in 2015, although it still topped the standings. According to Bayern coach Pep Guardiola it is a common thing in football and not a sign of crisis.
After the winter break and the competition rolling again, Bayern had to settle with a 1-4 defeat when a visit to the team’s headquarters and then position two balanced Wolfsburg 1-1 at home to Schalke – with a red card Jerome Boateng Bayern struggled.
The results were made excellence Bayern at the top now so stay eight points. Ahead of a visit to the headquarters of Stuttgart, Saturday (02/07/2015), Guardiola called it a regular thing.
“Crisis? There is no crisis. This sort of thing is common in football. We were not good enough in Wolfsburg headquarters but I am happy with the match against Schalke,” Guardiola said as quoted by Soccerway.
“I’ve told a press conference the other – it is impossible to continue to win, win, win for 11 months. It is not even here. It is impossible to always win the title with 25 points advantage over our rivals,” he said.