FC Bayern dropped three points in their 2-1 defeat against Eintracht – and repeatedly landed on the nose on the difficult surface at Deutsche Bank Park.
In particular, the fast players like Leroy Sané or Alphonso Davies kept slipping on the soapy grass.
“I think Eintracht is in a good, sensational form. But they can improve a little with the grass,” said Bayern coach Hansi Flick when asked about his players’ slipping games after the game: “I think at the moment that’s not what one likes to see. “
Bad lawn? Hütter agrees with Flick
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The lawn is really not in a good condition, you can even say it is in a bad condition,” said Hütter.
“But we are not only a team that can fight well, but that can also play football really well. And one thing must also be said, it would also be good for us if the pitch is in better shape and you can combine.”
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In the end, Eintracht had 41 percent possession of the ball and played around 160 fewer passes than Munich with 380, but still won the game.
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The course is not in a good condition and can certainly not keep up with our performance at the moment.”