Bayern coach: Against St. Germain, we need an integrated performance

The German machine did not spare Lyon in the semi-finals. Father

The coach of Bayern Munich, Hanzi Flick, admitted that the French team Lyon disturbed his team at the start of the match between them in the Champions League golden square, but the team was lucky to win over Lyon. Bayern beat Lyon by three clean goals yesterday evening, in the semi-finals of the tournament, to set a date with Paris Saint-Germain in the final match of the tournament. Regarding facing Saint Germain, he said: "We will need an integrated performance, because the opposing team is very difficult."

Flick said, "We knew that the match would be strong and difficult, because Lyon had defeated Juventus and Manchester City in the previous two rounds." Lyon annoyed us and put pressure on us early in the match, but we got away with a bit of luck. We wasted many easy balls. We should avoid this. ”

He added, "We have to regain our strength and gather our energy, to be ready to face Paris Saint-Germain."

Serge Nabry, who scored the first and second goals for Bayern in the first half, and was one of the main stars of the match, confirmed that Bayern had "some luck." He added, "We now want to complete the trilogy (the German League, the Cup and the Champions League), and we will do everything we can to win the Champions League next Sunday."

On the other hand, the Bayern attack star, Lewandowski, continued to break records, raising his tally at the top of the scorers' standings to 15 goals, and with Gnabry surpassing the record in the name of Real Madrid's Spanish duo in the 2013-2014 season, Cristiano Ronaldo (17 goals) and Welshman Gareth Bale (17 goals) Six goals) who together scored 23 goals.

Lewandowski scored so far in nine consecutive matches in the tournament, equaling the number of Dutchman Ruud van Nistelrooy in 2003, and approaching Ronaldo (11 games) in 2018, as he is two goals away from equaling the number of the Portuguese Don (17 goals) in one season 2013- 2014.

Lewandowski is two goals away from equaling Ronaldo's record in the Champions League with 17 goals.

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