Paris Saint-Germain eliminated Bayern Munich from UEFA Champions League. The Bavarians knocked out by the team they defeated last year in the finals. Bayern Munich’s loss to PSG likely to brings Flick’s future at stake. Despite beating PSG by 1-0 in the return leg of the Champions League, Bayern Munich lost their trophy this season.
Defeat by PSG will only fuel speculation that Hansi Flick will leave Bayern to become the new Germany coach. “It’s all about the development of the team, that is immensely important for me,” said Flick after meeting in Paris. “I’m always thinking about that because success is a constant process. With the six titles we won, we have set an incredible benchmark. Whether at the DFB or Bayern, the pressure is huge.”
“Whether I’m at the DFB is irrelevant for my family. Whatever decision I make, they will support me. Having them behind me is a great feeling. I love the job and I can’t imagine doing anything other than coaching.”
Bayern head coach Hans-Dieter Flick has also reflected on the results of the return leg against PSG (1-0) in the Champions League quarter-final. Speaking after the match, Hansi Flick expressed his delight with the way his team fought in both legs (Tz).
“Given that in the first match (2-3) we did not use many chances and gave the opponent not many chances to score, we would have passed on if we had not conceded the third goal then,” Flick told Sky Sport Germany as per UEFA official website.
“Everyone has seen how dangerous PSG are in attack. But even though we got away, I want to praise my team. And as a man who knows how to lose, congratulations to the winner.”
“My team is usually very skillful offensively, but today we were missing the finishing touch. We have to accept what happened, even if we had hoped for a different outcome.”