Ömer Toprak saw how players usually look after an away game at Bayern.
Bremen's central defender was not satisfied.
He didn't like the result.
"If you can see who had the better scoring chances, we could have taken three points here."
Werder did not struggle with an expected bankruptcy, but a 1: 1 (0: 1) at the record champions.
A dissatisfaction, almost even more surprising than the result.
Still understandable given the 90 minutes.
Even before the kick-off, Florian Kohfeldt didn't feel much in the mood for the next draw after four 1-1 draws in a row: “This is one of the most boring Bundesliga records.
I'm not so keen on that. "
Chances to win: Ömer Toprak was not completely satisfied with the Bremen point
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But if the fifth 1-1 in a row at Bayern, there shouldn't be much cause for complaint even for Werder's coach.
For more than ten years, Bremen had lost each of their 19 games against the record champions - the longest series of defeats in Bundesliga history.
"I would still prefer to take a 2: 1," added Kohfeldt before kick-off and saw himself confirmed afterwards.
At the break, his team was in the lead.
Werder defended strongly and repeatedly created dangerous moments offensively.
For the first time in the 16th minute of the game, when Josh Sargent failed on Manuel Neuer's foot.
The goalkeeper parried Ludwig Augustinsson's placed margin.
The national goalkeeper was the only Munich professional who was back on the pitch after the 0: 6 with the DFB team.
Niklas Süle was missing from the squad, Leon Goretzka, Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry initially took their places on the bench four days after the debacle.
However, not because of the possible psychological consequences of the Spain game.
Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic reported before the kick-off.
Flick rotates and waits for the shot
Hansi Flick, who still has to do without the injured Joshua Kimmich, gave others a chance: Jamal Musiala or Douglas Costa.
The North Germans had the next chance to score.
Leonardo Bittencourt hit the outside netting from six meters (24th).
Bayern were dominant, but lacked the necessary precision.
As a result, for the third time since 2010, a half ended without a single Bayern shot.
Far worse: the last of the opponent was still in there.
Maximilian Eggestein used a template by Sargent in the long corner (45th).
1-0 for Werder.
“To score a goal against the best goalkeeper in the world is of course something special,” said the scorer happily, but above all praised the defensive stability of his teammates: “Everyone stuck to the plan.
Otherwise it would of course not have worked so well. "
That is one of the reasons why it took until the 51st minute before David Alaba fired the first shot on goal from Munich.
Shortly afterwards, the favorite hit the goal.
Kingsley Coman headed 1: 1 after Theodor Gebre Selassie jumped past a Goretzka flank.
Decisive centimeters: Theodor Gebre Selassie jumps through under the ball, Kingsley Coman then heads in
Source: AFP / CHRISTOF STACHE
Then Flick also brought Sané, Gnabry and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, who missed the game's greatest chance.
The striker aimed over the gate from three meters (84th).
On the other hand, Sargent failed in a one-on-one against Neuer (87th), narrowly missing his coach's dream result and reminding Bayern that they could have lost this game.
“On the one hand, we've been able to win something against Bayern for a long time.
We can't leave here unsatisfied.
But we defended in an extremely disciplined manner, did not allow infinitely much, had good counter-chances ourselves ”, Kohfeldt finally summed up quite satisfied.