RB fans with banner against Julian Nagelsmann and Joshua Kimmich – Police storm Bayern fan block

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RB fans with banner against Julian Nagelsmann and Joshua Kimmich – Police storm Bayern fan block

Bayern Munich RB Leipzig

Bayern Munich RB Leipzig

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After players like Kimmich and coach Nagelsmann had changed from RB to Bayern, unsightly scenes were expected. The police became active.

At the Bundesliga top match between RB Leipzig and FC Bayern Munich, fans of the home side have taken the former Leipzig Joshua Kimmich and coach Julian Nagelsmann on the grain with a banner. In the block of Bayern fans, meanwhile, there were clashes between spectators and folders, the police had to intervene.

In the first half, the Leipzig fans unfurled a banner against Kimmich and ex-coach Nagelsmann with the words: “@ Joshua, Julian. Rub your hands and laugh. You never made a name for yourself here anyway!”

RB Leipzig vs. Bayern: Banners against Kimmich and Nagelsmann

Another banner against Kimmich read: “@ Joshua: Learned to win in Leipzig and now succumb to Bavarian arrogance.”

Kimmich (26) had played in Leipzig from 2013 to 2015 and then moved to Bayern. Nagelsmann had taken the road to Munich this summer.

Leipzig: Tumultuous scenes in the Bavaria block, police intervene

He ” goes into the game with full anticipation and does not tremble if there are a few people whistling. Even if it is 34, 000, ” he had explained at the press conference on Friday.

In the second half, there were also tumultuous scenes in the guest block of the Bayern fans: Because they had conflicts with the folder, some police officers came to it, but left the block shortly afterwards. After a total of twelve minutes, the situation calmed down.


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