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Flick is annoyed by his two stars being suspended

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Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick admits he is frustrated that Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski are now suspended.

Bayern Munich coasted past Bayer Leverkusen, with a four-two victory. Despite the result, manager Hansi Flick has been left frustrated and annoyed.

Two of his team’s star players picked up yellow cards that mean they are now suspended for the next game.

Lewandowski picked up a booking for a foul on Sven Bender in the 32nd minute. While Muller was given a yellow card for his obstruction of a Leverkusen free-kick in the 40th minute.

Flick is not contesting the referee’s decision.

But in an interview reported by Goal, the Bavarian giants boss but admits his grievance at losing the leagues leading assister and goal scorer for their game against Borussia Monchengladbach.

He said:

“It’s annoying but we cannot change it and have to accept the situation.”

“You are emotional on the pitch, but I spoke to the referee Manuel Grafe.”

“He said that Lewandowski was hitting the opponent and that’s why he saw the yellow card. I didn’t see it so I cannot really comment.”

“Thomas was blocking the ball when they had free-kick, so the yellow card was okay. It is what it is. We accept it.”

Despite the yellow cards, the the German and the Pole put on fantastic displays for their team.

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