Muzzle for Inter-Stars after Bayern bankruptcy

Inter Milan lost 2-0 (1-0) to FC Bayern in San Siro and were clearly inferior to the German record champions over the 90-minute period.

Muzzle for Inter-Stars after Bayern bankruptcy

Inter Milan lost 2-0 (1-0) to FC Bayern in San Siro and were clearly inferior to the German record champions over the 90-minute period. After the defeat, the Inter-Stars were not allowed to give any interviews.

Inter Milan recorded 9:21 shots on goal and 0:2 goals in the Champions League opener against FC Bayern. Ex-Wolfsburg player Edin Dzeko had the best chances for the hosts when he headed just wide of the Munich goal (35') and when he failed to turn against national goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (50').

Otherwise not much came from the harmless Italians. Neuer's DFB colleague Robin Gosens wanted to explain why that was so after the game, but the Emmerich native was forbidden from doing so. "No, no! No interview!" Shouted a spokeswoman for the Italian cup winner through the mixed zone, as reported by the picture.

Gosens, who was on the pitch for the full 90 minutes against Bayern for the first time this season, asked to speak briefly into the German microphones, but the "no" remained. The DFB star shrugged his shoulders, made his way to the team bus and said: "I have no idea why..."

But not only Gosens was muzzled by the press spokeswoman, but also the former Bundesliga top scorer Edin Dzeko, who went on goal hunting for VfL Wolfsburg between 2007 and 2011 and played a major role in the sensational win of the German championship in 2009.

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as a muzzle for Inter-Stars after Bayern's bankruptcy.

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