Joshua Kimmich warned that Bundesliga’s “hungry” leader Bayern Munich still has room for improvement after beating Groiterfurt 3-1 despite Benjaman Pavad’s red card. ..
Robert Lewandowski’s long goal scoring ended in 15 consecutive Bundesliga games. This is one less than Gerd Müller’s record, but the champion is three points away from Wolfsburg.
This was 40 goals in the last eight games of the ruthless Bayern, leading 2-0 thanks to Thomas Müller and Kimmich’s excellent half-time finish.
Pavad was ordered to set up a professional foul on Jeremy Duziac early in the second half, but Sebastian Griesbeck’s own goal extended their lead.
Bayern Derby’s bottomside flut at Sports Park Ronhof on Friday had too few headers for Cedric Itten late in the game and it was too late.
Bayern have won eight games in a row with a great start to Julian Nagelsmann’s reign. Kimmich, a midfielder, says there is still a long way to go.
The German national team told DAZN: “The character of the team is great. There are hungry players who want to grow.
“We want to win every game. We’re doing well at the moment, but we couldn’t confidently manage every match this season. There’s room for improvement.”
Kimmich, who gave an own goal free kick to Griesbeck, said:
“I made a mistake in the first half and continued to invite Furuto with a set piece.”
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