Bayern Munich loses third game in a row and sinks into crisis

Bayern Munich is in crisis. The negative result this time was the comeback defeat, 3-2, to Bochum, in the 22nd round of the Bundesliga. Bayern beat the same opponent 7-0 in the first round. Musiala opened the scoring in the 13th minute. Asano equalized in the 31st, and Schlotterbeck made it 2-1 before the break.

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With that, Stöger increased the lead in the 32nd minute of the second half, with a penalty kick committed by Upamecano — the defender was sent off. Harry Kane scored at 42.

This game between Bochum and Bayern Munich was stopped twice, once in each half, due to protests by fans of the home team. They spoke out against approving the entry of foreign investors into the Deutsch Fussball Liga (DFL), the league that organizes the country’s first two football divisions. The crowd threw tennis balls onto the lawn.

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Furthermore, the atmosphere is terrible at Bayern. The team lost the last three games of the season, including this Sunday: 3-1 to Bochum; 1-0 for Lazio, in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16; and 3-0 for Bayer Leverkusen, also in the Bundesliga. Coach Thomas Tuchel entered into a collision course with the players in the squad.

Now, Bayern Munich’s next game will be on Saturday, against RB Leipzig, who are fighting for a place in the G-4 of the German Championship. Bochum, in turn, will face Borussia Dortmund at the Westfalenstadion.

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