Bayern's horrible run of form in the Bundesliga continues.

Bayern Munich’s horrible run of form in the Bundesliga continued as they suffered a 1-0 defeat to Augsburg.

Bayern Munich’s start to the German top flight this season has been nothing short of disappointing. Their winless streak in the Bundesliga has extended to 4 games. Augsburg handed the defending champions a 1-0 defeat which has led to numerous questions being raised on their boss Julien Nagelsmann.

The Bavarians started their Bundesliga defence convincingly, scoring 15 goals in just 3 games in the process. But things have gone downhill after that monsterous start as they’re in search of a win since the last 4 gameweeks.

Fans have been asking questions to the boss Julien Nagelsmann. The outrage cooled down a bit when Bayern managed to trump Barcelona 2-0 in the Champions League group stage game.

Various reports have emerged hinting at dressing room issues for the German club. According to rumours, Nagelsmann has lost the respect of his players and Bayern are lacking dressing room atmosphere which is pivotal to the functioning of a side.

They played out draws against Gladbach, Union Berlin and Vfb Stuttgart followed by a loss to Augsburg.

An interest revelation came out from their last defeat. According to rumours, Joshua Kimmich refused to play at RB when Nagelsmann asked him to do so in order to tweak the formation a bit. Nagelsmann wanted to sub off Noussair Mazraoui for a midfielder and play Kimmich as Right back, with the latter openly refusing to do so. Hence, Nagelsmann was forced to make amends in his thoughts. Fans were seemingly unhappy with the rude behaviour shown by the German midfielder towards his manager.

Bayern’s board came out in support of Nagelsmann stating that he is not in danger of getting a sack anytime soon.

Bayern are all set to face Leverkusen right after the international break, with the spotlight being on how Nagelsmann sets up his team after a string of frustrating games.

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