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Bayern Munich - Joshua Kimmich free kick: Julian Nagelsmann praises coach Tony Tabalovic

Bayern Munich – Joshua Kimmich free kick: Julian Nagelsmann praises coach Tony Tabalovic

In the 6:1 minute at the start of the season in Eintracht Frankfurt, Joshua Kimmich scored 1:0 just five minutes after a clever free kick. It was not the product of chance.

When referee Deniz Aitken gave a free kick, the Frankfurt penalty area was still very hazy due to fireworks from the host’s fan mass. Most spectators didn’t even notice that the ball landed in the goal from a right half after Joshua Kimmich’s shot.

The fact that Kimmich chose the near post and took advantage of Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp’s apparent confusion was thanks to the coaching staff’s well-prepared position. “There is a lot of praise for Tony Tabalovic, the goalkeeper coach, and Dino Topmüller, the assistant coach in charge of set-pieces,” Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann explained. Saturday 1.

Nagelsmann explained, “The advice came from Tapa (Tony Tabalovich, editor’s note) that we have options out there. I actually thought that was a bit off for a variant, but we discussed it this morning. Josh did it really well.” Nagelsmann then recounted that it was a “fantastic job” from his coaching colleagues.

Kimmich himself also had words of praise for Tabalovic: “He announced it a little bit during the week. We trained on the side free kicks and then he said: ‘Trappo is always a little higher.’ Then I thought: I’ll try it.”

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Thanks to more goals from Benjamin Pavard (11), Sadio Mane (29), Jamal Mosiala (35, 83) and Serge Gnabry (43). Bayern Munich won 6-1. Newcomer Kolo Mwani (64) scored for Frankfurt 1:5.