German league without fans like "old man’s football" ― Mueller

German league without fans like

German league without fans like "old man’s football" ― Mueller

Second-placed Dortmund moved to within a point of leaders Bayern Munich, who are chasing an eighth straight title and play Union Berlin away on Sunday.

"I will therefore be consistent and stand by my mistake".

Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said it was "a question of motivation of attitude" to succeed without fans in the stadium and that the game seemed to take longer than usual.

Fans in the United Kingdom can watch live coverage of the game on BT Sport 1.

Canadian global Alphonso Davies started at left back for Bayern, his 22nd consecutive start in all competitions for the club. And in Germany, which has the highest average attendances per game in the world, keeping fans away would be a hard nut to crack, accepted the authorities.

"It feels good. Sitting at home during this quarantine, yeah it was a little bit boring", he said.

"If we manage to ensure that the season continues, it will send a signal to all leagues".

The Polish global scored the 40th minute opener from the penalty spot as the Bavarian giant won 2-0 Sunday, his 40th of the season in just 34 league and cup matches for Bayern.

The Polish striker scored his 40th of the season, making it the fifth season in succession he has reached that tally, with a feint, a jump and a firm shot beyond his compatriot Rafa Gikiewicz.

The second half was nearly a training ground exercise for Bayern, with the excellent Pavard sealing the three points with a neat header from a Joshua Kimmich corner, briefly hugging David Alaba in contravention of the new guidelines as he celebrated his third goal of the season.

They will also be without their coach Urs Fischer after breaking the team quarantine following the death of his father-in-law.

The coach will return before the game takes place but will be unable to join up with the squad and must have two negative tests for coronavirus before he can return to the camp.

In Germany, there were concerns that fans would try to approach stadiums to support their teams from afar.

The voices of gamers and also instructors resembled around vacant arenas, in which gamers put on face masks in the clothing areas and also throughout the workouts, valued social distancing unemployed and also for the pre-match pleasantries, however after that obtained stuck in on the pitch.

Young gun Erling Braut Haaland was again the headline act, scoring the first Bundesliga goal after the restart and setting up Raphael Guerreiro for the first of his brace.

Fan groups are split over the restart, much like German society in general.

"More than 200 countries will be watching, we have an enormously large audience so we want to deliver a top performance". A banner at Augsburg's game against Wolfsburg said, "Soccer will survive, your business is sick!"

However, advice to socially distance didn't stop Hertha Berlin players from celebrating their goals in a 3-0 win at Hoffenheim by hugging each other. The influential state governor of Bavaria, Markus S?der, suggested the players should have avoided bodily contact as other teams did.

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