Julian Nagelsmann freaks out after FC Bayern’s bankruptcy against Borussia Mönchengladbach: “This soft-flushed pack!”

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Bayern coach Nagelsmann completely freaks out after bankruptcy: “This softened pack!”

Dayot Upamecano’s dismissal was ultimately the decisive scene – and one that made Julian Nagelsmann explode after Bayern’s defeat.

Moenchengladbach – Dayot Upamecano (24) was finally sent off die decisive scene of the game – and one that Julian Nagelsmann (35) after FC Bayern lost to Borussia Mönchengladbach exploded.

Julian Nagelsmann (35) was extremely pissed off after Bayern Munich's defeat against Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Julian Nagelsmann (35) was extremely pissed off after Bayern Munich’s defeat against Borussia Mönchengladbach. © Federico Gambarini/dpa

“Is he kidding me or what?” the Munich trainer loudly vented his frustration after the red card for the Frenchman on the way to the catacombs of Borussia Park.

Nagelsmann then had referee Tobias Welz (45) in the dressing room, who, after Upamecano made contact in a running duel with Alassane Pléa, decided on the emergency brake in the eighth minute of the game and accordingly sent off the defensive player, whose perspective on the scene in question was explained again .

However, the short conversation did not seem to have been particularly reassuring. Nagelsmann, who was also unable to win his fifth game against Gladbach as coach of the record champions, could hardly be tamed and allowed himself to be carried away to another gaffe: “This soft-washed pack!”

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In fact, the dismissal can and will still be discussed, although a (very slight) contact cannot be dismissed out of hand. Whether this in full sprint but was enough to throw Pléa so off balance?

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Perhaps the decisive scene of the game: referee Tobias Welz (45, left) dismissed Dayot Upamecano (24, right) from FC Bayern early on.

Perhaps the decisive scene of the game: referee Tobias Welz (45, left) dismissed Dayot Upamecano (24, right) from FC Bayern early on. © Federico Gambarini/dpa

For video referee Tobias Stieler (41), who then checked the scene for a few minutes, there seemed to be no wrong decision by his colleague on the lawn. The dismissal was ultimately valid, Bayern had to play more than 80 minutes outnumbered – and that after the extremely exhausting 1-0 win in the Champions League at Paris Saint-Germain.

Even a little later on the Sky microphone, Nagelsmann still hadn’t really calmed down.

“Nobody can tell me that it’s a red card,” said the 35-year-old, upset and added: “Referees make mistakes too, but then you have to own up to them.”

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One indication is unmistakable for Nagelsmann: You can see that Pléa’s shoulder is not moving.

When asked directly what Welz had said to him in the exchange immediately after the game regarding the decision he had made, he kept a low profile despite his anger. “He’s sticking to his decision. For whatever reason.”

The Bayern coach admitted at the subsequent press conference cooled down a bit admitted to having “excited” in the mixed zone, but one should not “put every word on the gold scales”. On the game, the result of which could cost him the lead in the table, he explained: “We started very well. Then comes the red card, then the goal conceded. Then it gets difficult as the game progresses. We would have liked to win here, but we didn’t .”

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Shortly after rowing back at the press conference, Nagelsmann also spoke on his official Instagram account on Saturday evening and described how the violent freak could have happened after the defeat.

“Emotions are part of sport. And given the red card, I had to vent after the game,” said the native of Landsberg a story corresponding one. “However, I have to apologize for the choice of words to the team around Tobias Welz.” He was “unfortunately gone too far,” wrote Nagelsmann.

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