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Bundesliga: FC Bayern verliert 0:3 gegen GladbachBor. Mönchengladbach» Bilanz gegen Bayern München. Neutraler Ort, 1, 0, 0, 0: ∑, 1, 0, 0, 0: Bundesliga, Sp. S, U, N, Tore. Zu Hause Auswärts, 3, 0, 0, 3, 3: 7 Sergio Ramos kann gegen Gladbach wieder für Real Madrid auflaufen. Der FC Bayern München erwischte nach drei sieglosen Partien im Duell mit der Borussia aus Mönchengladbach einen schwarzen Abend - und. gegen Mönchengladbach, vier Spiele in Folge ohne Sieg. Bayern München und Neu-Trainer Niko Kovac haben eine handfeste Krise.
Bayern Gladbach 0 3. - LivetickerApril Bayern were down after just 16 minutes at the Allianz Arena. Gladbach striker Alassane Plea beautifully curled a long-range shot around the dive of Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer on 10 minutes. Bayern M'gladbach (P. Herrmann) GOAL! Gladbach! The goal is given! The routine was one from the training ground and it worked brilliantly. The corner is played short before being floated into the area by Kramer, taken down by Herrmann and then fired home. Match Report. Bayern Munich 0–3 Borussia Mönchengladbach. Goals: Plea (10'), Stindl (16'), Herrmann (88'). Bayern came into this meeting without a win in their three previous games in all.
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Neuer's short pass to Thiago Alcantara was intercepted by Jonas Hofmann, who teed up the Gladbach captain 15 yards out to fire a crisp drive into the bottom-right corner.
Kovac replaced Robben and Thomas Muller with Franck Ribery and Serge Gnabry at the interval, but they were unable to spark their side into life during a tepid start to the second period.
Kovac was in seventh heaven after a blistering start to life with Bayern, but serious questions will now be asked of him after another miserable result.
The second period brought the expected onslaught towards the Gladbach goal, with the guests forced to sit deep in a bid to weather the storm.
Bayern did find the net midway through the half, but Robert Lewandowski 's effort was correctly ruled out for offside.
Müller, R. Lewandowski, J. Süle, L. Goretzka, J. M'gladbach XI: Wendt, Y. As far as replacements go, the vast majority of you preferred Zinedine Zidane.
If Bayern were to search for a new manager in summer , Zidane is still the most popular choice as mentioned , but some other favorites included: Pep Guardiola, Jürgen Klopp, Ralph Hasenhüttl, and Mauricio Pochettino, all of whom received a considerable share of the voting.
When asked what share of the blame falls on the manager, your average answer was a 6. When asked what share of the blame falls on the upper management - Uli, Rummenigge, Brazzo, the FC Bayern Board, etc - your average answer was an 8.
Only I opened this question up so that you could respond in your own words. Some other responses given include:. Again, a HUGE thank you to everyone who participated.
Bayern just can't find a way through, partly because Gladbach's positioning is good but also because the home side just aren't playing very well.
Lewandowski finally gets space to shoot in the box, but for all of its power it's relatively easy for Sommer. Again, Bayern are looking, rather remarkably for a side normally so ruthless, a little toothless.
Alaba whips in a cross, Müller flicks on for Robben at the back post, but he can't quite get it out from under his feet. Sommer saves, and the corner is cleared.
It says a lot that that was a big chance for Bayern in this one. Gladbach get a corner but can't use it. Even they look a little surprised.
Robben cuts in from the right, the crowd breathes in, but he is tackled. Perhaps that's Bayern's season in a moment.
There's a thumbs up from Lewandowski as his teammates try to get him involved, but it's all a bit slow.
Neuer then mis-hits a clearance, Plea lets go from range - wide. Kovac goes beserk on the sidelines.
Jonas Hofmann nips in, and then passes to Lars Stindl on the edge of the box. He tucks inside Mats Hummels before firing low into the bottom corner.
Incredibly effective by Gladbach, uncharateristic from Bayern. And here we are, in a place that feels so unfamiliar for the Bundesliga - and for Bayern.
It was a decent start, but not remarkable. Gladbach comfortable enough to play it out. Can't remember the last time a side in the Bundesliga felt comfortable enough to do that Alassane Plea curls a low effort from outside the area, and it took a light deflection although it didn't change the directory much before creeping in at the far post.