After the Eight-goal nightmare by Marc André ter Stegen to FC Bayern's Manuel Neuer enjoyed his point of victory in the Champions League-duel of the German football national team goalkeeper without malice. "It does something to me sorry for Marc, that he has conceded many goals," said the Bayern captain to the spectacular 8:2 (4:1) of the Munich on Friday night in Lisbon at the Sky.Champions League live Ticker for this
For ter Stegen this may, however, only a weak consolation. A day after the debacle against the Munich, the former goalkeeper of Borussia Mönchengladbach on Twitter wrote: "I'm really sorry about what happened yesterday. I'm disappointed. I'm not looking for excuses because there are none. We definitely need to change something.“
The Figures in the quarter-finals of the final tournament of the languages is clearly for the 34-year-old New who was with his two goals are powerless, and for years the number one in the DFB-gate. The six-year-younger former Gladbach, ter Stegen wanted to use the direct comparison in the Estádio da Luz to score points against New. Instead, he cashed in two halves, each with four goals. He was helpless behind a disastrous Barça defense. "You wish, of course, no team-mates in the national team," said Neuer after the game. For the first time Barcelona conceded eight goals in a European Cup match.
Bayern Board Oliver Kahn was, meanwhile, just speechless. Only on Saturday, the 51 reported-Year-old via Twitter to have their say. "It is only now that I realize what really happened yesterday at the Estádio da Luz," wrote the former national soccer goalkeeper and many years of Bayern captain, in an English Tweet. "What is night for an incredible Champions League – we will remember still for a long time to you. I'm so proud of this Team. Thank you guys for this breathtaking 90 minutes,“ said Kahn. The German Double winners, in the semi-finals of the final tournament next Wednesday at Manchester City or Olympique Lyon.
With Hansi Flick, Julian nail man, Thomas Tuchel for the first time, three German soccer coaches with their Clubs in the semi-finals of the Champions League. Three trainers from the same country among the last four Teams there has been since the introduction of the king class of 1992/93 never. "I am, of course, for Thomas and Julian. I know how you feel, when you come into the semi-finals. The best club teams, the best clubs in Europe. Since it is very happy,“ said Bayern Coach Flick, after he had completed the historic 8:2 with FC Bayern against FC Barcelona, the Trio on Friday evening.Updated Date: 16 August 2020, 03:19