At a press conference today, Joshua Kimmich shared his thoughts on Bayern's winless streak in the Bundesliga.
|Joshua Kimmich.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Sven Sonntag|
Coming off a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Augsburg, the German record champions winless in four league games heading into the international break.
"It's brutally annoying," admitted Joshua Kimmich at a press conference today.
"Especially because I think the defeat and the draws were unnecessary. We had some chances, but couldn't take advantage of them, and then you end up losing."
Others, of course, are enjoying Bayern's poor run of form, including Niklas Süle, who left the Bavarians to join Borussia Dortmund in the summer.
"As a Bayern player, you wish to be on top. For the neutral fan, the Bundesliga is more interesting as a result. Dortmund are now above us. Of course you hear a few things here, especially from 'Niki' Süle. But the season is still long," said Kimmich and looked ahead to Germany's upcoming games against Hungary and England:
"You look forward to the next game and to doing better, even if it's not with the club."
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