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Test matches: Nagelsmann remains as a Bayern coach without a win

2021-07-31T17:04:25.456Z

In the coming week, the Bundesliga soccer team will start the season in the cup. In the last test matches there were not only successes, at FC Bayern even the return of the EM drivers didn't help.



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Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann (left) can again rely on the EM participants

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Markus Fischer / imago images / Passion2Press

Even when most of the EM participants around world footballer Robert Lewandowski returned, coach Julian Nagelsmann was unable to celebrate his first victory with FC Bayern Munich. The German champions lost the friendly against SSC Napoli 0-3 (0-0). Victor Osimhen (69th / 71st minute) and Zinedine Machach (86th) scored for the guests in the second half when Nagelsmann had replaced all Bayern stars. In addition to Lewandowski, Leon Goretzka, Jamal Musiala, Leroy Sané, Benjamin Pavard and Serge Gnabry were also in the starting line-up.

Bayern and Nagelsmann will start their first competitive game next Friday in the DFB Cup with the amateurs of Bremer SV after four unsuccessful test matches.

The results in preparation were previously: 2: 3 against 1. FC Köln, 2: 2 against Ajax Amsterdam and 0: 2 against Borussia Mönchengladbach.

There was also another injured person against Napoli: winger Kingsley Coman had to be replaced early after a painful collision.

Storm stops Hertha BSC

Hertha BSC could not bring the friendly against Gaziantep FK from Turkey to an end.

After a storm, the match was canceled at the score of 3: 0 (2: 0) for the Berliners in the 57th minute in the training camp in Austria.

Davie Selke (14th), who was successful in the margin after a missed foul penalty, Dodi Lukebakio (44th, foul penalty) and Niklas Stark (55th) were successful for the Berliners.

This meant that coach Pal Dardai's team remained unbeaten during the preparation for the friendly matches.

On August 8, Hertha will play in the DFB Cup at third division club SV Meppen.

On August 15, the Herthaners will play on the first Bundesliga matchday at 1. FC Cologne.

Approaches meet for Union

Hertha's city rival Union has won the trophy dress rehearsal.

The Berliners defeated the Spanish first division club Athletic Bilbao 2-1 (0-1).

The match in front of 8,000 spectators in the An der Alten Försterei stadium was the last opportunity for coach Urs Fischer to try out some personal and tactical variants before the first round of the DFB Cup on August 8 at the third division club Türkgücü Munich.

Union remained undefeated in all five preparation games.

The Spaniards, who were tenth in the table last season, took the lead in the 31st minute thanks to Alex Berenguer.

Also because Bilbao missed a few opportunities, Union was able to turn the game around in the second half with goals from substitutes Genki Haraguchi (71st) and Timo Baumgartl (81st).

Eintracht wins against St. Etienne

Thanks to its newcomers Christopher Lenz and Rafael Borré, Eintracht Frankfurt won a test match against the French first division club AS Saint-Étienne 2-1 (2-0). Lenz (12th minute) and the new striker Borré (41./Foul penalty) paved the way to a success in front of their own audience. According to the association, Rodrigo Zalazar was absent because he was "in talks with another association". Timothee Kolodziejczak (74th) scored the connecting goal for the guests.

In the week before the game, there had been controversial discussions about how many fans Eintracht should allow.

Initially, 10,000 spectators were allowed, before an announcement by the Ministry of Social Affairs would reduce it to 5,000.

The reason for this was the increased incidence in Frankfurt.

Eintracht threatened to take legal action, the city of Frankfurt sided with the club and finally they agreed on the original contingent of 10,000 spectators.

Further results:

Borussia Mönchengladbach - FC Groningen 2: 1


RB Leipzig - Ajax Amsterdam 1: 1


1.FC Cologne - Roda Kerkrade 1: 1


Bayer Leverkusen - RW Oberhausen 3: 1


FC Augsburg - Cagliari Calcio 3: 1


Arminia Bielefeld - Twente Enschede 1: 1


VfL Bochum - FC Utrecht 0: 2


TSG Hoffenheim - Stade Reims 3: 1


Racing Strasbourg - SC Freiburg 2: 1

krä / sid / dpa

Source: spiegel

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