Bayern Munich have been moving slowly since the resumption.
In a clash at the top of the Bundesliga table, the Bavarian club could not do better than a 1-1 draw against Eintracht Frankfurt.
The weeks and the matches pass but the problems remain for Bayern.
Once again, the Bavarians failed to create enough danger and didn't have many situations in front of Kevin Trapp's goal.
The second half could even be worrying as possession was sterile for 45 minutes.
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However, Bayern, during the first half, had limited the breakage with the opener of Leroy Sané, half an hour into the game (35th) with a strike from the right foot.
Bayern could even have scored another goal without a brilliant double save from Kevin Trapp (31').
But the current Bayern is too dependent on individual exploits to widen the gap.
And Franckfort knew how to take advantage of it.
A game without surprises
Franckfort was able to manage the Bavarian possession and explode on the counter-attack, relying in particular on the speed of a very good Kolo Muani.
It was the Frenchman, well served by Kamada on a counter-attack, which allowed his team to come back to score (70') and obtain a draw.
Bayern did not know how to put more intensity on the end of the match and were content to rotate in front of the surface as in handball.
Sign of helplessness, the men of Julian Nagelsmann framed only one strike in the second half.
The German coach therefore has work to do and will have to find the keys to relaunch his team before the match against PSG on February 14.
In the league, Bayern are still leaders but the three consecutive draws have melted the lead over the pursuers.
The Munich residents will have to launch their year 2023 before it is too late.