By Mike Parrott
Pictures have surfaced of a fight between players in a Bayern Munich training session. The fight seems to have been started by Leon Goretzka after a harsh challenge made by the Midfielder.
It seems like Bayern Munich players are getting more heated by the day this Season. After a sloppy start to the season that sees Bayern second in the Bundesliga, the players couldn't calm down the tension and ended up in a scuffle in training today.
After a supposed Leon Goretzka challenge on Jerome Boateng off-the-ball, Boateng reacted aggressively only for Goretzka to punch the German Defender in the face.
There was a brawl in training today: Goretzka went into a challenge & fouled Boateng without the ball. The latter reacted and hit Goretzka with his hand to the face.- Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) January 29, 2020
Robert Lewandowski was first to jump in and pull Boateng away. Flick then intervened and talked to Boateng [Bild] pic.twitter.com/KTvgVoadmz
Robert Lewandowski soon entered the fray to calm the German duo down with Manager, Hans-Dieter Flick coming in soon after to calm down the two Germans.
According to German News Outlet, Bild, neither Boateng or Goretzka will be punished for the scrap in training with neither player apologising for the scuffle between them.
Thomas Muller also entered the scuffle to calm down and lecture Goretzka, only for Goretzka to ignore and give Muller an inappropriate gesture much to the dismay of Muller.
Thomas Müller was also annoyed with Goretzka, telling him: "Always the same sh*t with you.." - Goretzka was complaining about a penalty situation during the water break, Müller wanted to explain the situation to him, Goretzka then made a hand gesture that Müller didn't like. pic.twitter.com/A2PELnlvQu- Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) January 29, 2020
Bayern Munich are currently second in the Bundesliga, trailing leaders, RB Leipzig by one point after 19 games played. Bayern see themselves playing Mainz this weekend.
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