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‘We didn’t deserve to lose,’ Julian Nagelsmann says despite Bayern loss

Julian Nagelsmann was pleased with his team’s efforts despite Bayern Munich losing 2-1 at home to Borussia Monchengladbach in the first Bundesliga game after the winter break.

Bayern Munich lost only their third Bundesliga game of the season as they went down 2-1 to Borussia Monchengladbach at the Allianz Arena.

A superb opener from Robert Lewandowski who was nominated for the Best FIFA Men’s Player 2021 award earlier on Friday.

It was cancelled out before half-time the Foals duo Florian Neuhaus and Stefan Lainer.

With the league leaders unable to respond in the second half.


Julian Nagelsmann

Speaking after the defeat, the 34-year-old told reporters:

“We were closer to winning than Gladbach were.

“Considering the situation, we did very well in the first 25 minutes, we should have been up by more.

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“The way we conceded the equalizer was complete madness, I don’t know why we wanted to do that in the box like that, and then we conceded from another set-piece.

“In the second half, we played decently and had lots of chances. Unlike in the cup game, We didn’t deserve to lose today.”

Although Nagelsmann was still able to name a relatively strong starting line-up, Bayern’s bench was practically unrecognisable, filled with youngsters, including the debuting Paul Wanner.

Aged 16 years and 15 days, Wanner’s 75th-minute introduction saw him become the second-youngest player in Bundesliga history.

Behind only Borussia Dortmund’s Youssoufa Moukoko (16 years, 1 day).

Julian Nagelsmann was effusive in his praise of the teenager. He’s an unbelievable talent, very quick and very brave,” the former Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig coach said.

“He immediately took on [Breel] Embolo and went on dribbling in his first action. Physically he’s not bad either.

“But he has to remain grounded and clear in his head, then the doors will be open for him.”

Bayern Munich are now 8 points ahead against their league rival Borussia Dortmund, who will play their game on Saturday Evening.

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