The Bayer Leverkusen fiasco has left Bayern Munich executives speechless
Not even the management at Bayern Munich felt happy after the team’s humiliating 3-0 loss to Bayer Leverkusen in the top spot.
In their individual voices, there was a call to be hopeful despite the disappointment.
“We were due to lose. It was just Leverkusen’s better. That is something we must acknowledge. After a strong beginning, we somewhat lost the plot. Fortunately, there are still 13 matchdays remaining. We just need to hope that Leverkusen makes a few mistakes’, stated Jan-Christian Dreesen, CEO of Bayern Munich. “We are obviously not giving up, even though it is a challenging day. We need to gather ourselves before moving forward once more. We have the chance to forget about this match on Wednesday against Lazio.
Christoph Freund is the sporting director.
We deserved to lose because we gave up very few opportunities. Naturally, in such a great game, that is bitter. It’s challenging to describe. We gave Leverkusen an unfair advantage by making far too many blunders. It was insufficient, and we gave up the goals far too easy after that. This team has a history of showing up for important games, so this is unusual. We failed, though. It’s up to us now to make sure we win these games. It’s a truth that we no longer have it in our possession,” Freund stated.
The group’s current goal must be to demonstrate how the previously stated truth can become fiction. If not, supporters of Bayern Munich may go through their first season without a trophy in a very long time.