Sharon Davidovich article on Daniel Peretz at Bayern Munich/Sport1
Bayern Munich beat Manchester United 3-4 in the Champions League on Wednesday, but many Bayern fans recognized that along with Bayern's superb quartet, Tuchel's team also conceded three goals. "Tuchel's crisp defence," Bild wrote of Bayern's backline, while Kicker had three defenders score the lowest in the team.
Perhaps this could come as encouraging news for Daniel Perez, who sat on the bench and watched goalkeeper Sven Ulreich concede a trio with goals that fans considered a bit "soft". The net compared Ulreich to Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana, who also made a mistake. Ulreich received a grade of 3 in Kicker.
In fact, the whole defense is confused. Ulreich/GettyImages, CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP
One Bayern fan account "MunichFanpage" (with 26,100 followers) raised the question "Should Perez open at Ulrich's account?", and many users believe the team needs a refresh.
"It's a bit paradoxical," said Tuchel, who was not on the sidelines because of a suspension, "because our second half was better than the first, but in the first we won and in the second we lost. This victory will give us confidence going forward, but there is still a lot of work to do.
"In every game we are a threat to the opponent and create situations but we were also exposed in the opening and we were lucky not to concede. We're not <> percent satisfied, but our response and determination were good."
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