Bayern Munich has only earned three points from their past four league games, which has Joshua Kimmich “very angry.”
Joshua Kimmich, who is now on international duty with Germany, acknowledges that he is “very angry” with Bayern Munich’s start to the new campaign.
The defending Bundesliga champions, led by Julian Nagelsmann, opened the current league season with three convincing wins in a row but have since lost four straight games.
The Bavarian giants are in fifth place with just three points out of a possible twelve, and their loss to Augsburg just before the international break raises severe concerns about Nagelsmann’s future.
Speaking before Germany’s forthcoming UEFA Nations League matches against England and Hungary.
Joshua Kimmich says he and his teammates have found themselves frustrated by their inability to get over the line.
Joshua Kimmich stated:
“You get really angry.
“Mainly because I don’t think the defeat and the draws are necessary.
“We had a few chances.
“[But] there is no point having a few chances if you then lose again.
“You look forward to the next game, that you can do better, even if it is not with the club.”
Former Germany international Oliver Bierhoff, who now serves as the national team’s director, believes the change of scenery has done Bayern’s international contingent good, however.
Joshua Kimmich added:
“I don’t see our Bayern Munich players with hanging heads.
“I don’t think we have to build them up.
“We still hope that the time with the national team will be a break from everyday life for some.
“To gain confidence and get back in, I don’t see the situation there as dramatic.
“They have different requirements.
“I didn’t get the impression that there was a team that was falling apart.”
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