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Kim Min-jae is cringing alone? Munich "Expert Veteran" Müller said, "Honestly, I lost confidence."

Coach Thomas Tuchel is ruining Bayern Munich. While "Monster defender" Kim Min-jae is showing signs of contraction, veteran midfielder Thomas Muller also expressed that he is having a hard time.

Munich will face Arsenal in the first leg of the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League (UCL) quarterfinals at the Emirates Stadium in London at 4 a.m. on the 10th.

"Total 11," which was released ahead of the game. Not a single center back line was found in Munich. The center back line of "Munich" was

It is natural that no single Munich center back has been selected. Not only Kim Min-jae and Upamecano, who were pushed to the bench, but also Dear and De Ligt have not displayed stable performances. Munich had two wins, one draw and one loss in four league matches in March, conceding a whopping seven goals. There has never been a clean sheet match.

In particular, Kim Min-jae has been under fire for being pushed out of the main competition. Germany's Bild has given Kim Min-jae six points, the lowest among Munich players, since the last match against Heidenheim. Germany scores from one point to five points, with one point being the highest and five points being the lowest. The six points Kim Min-jae received are lower than the lowest, indicating that Kim Min-jae is the biggest cause of defeat.

Next, "Kicker" highlighted the sluggish performance with an article titled "Failure of Centerback, Kim Min-jae and Lack of Sense." The media said, "Coach Tuchel gave unnecessary rest to Matthijs De Ligt and Eric Dyer, and the two players who started were disappointed," adding, "The question arises whether Kim Min-jae lacks confidence or ability."

But it wasn't just Kim Min-jae. The whole team lost confidence. Müller wrote on his SNS, "I have a game against Arsenal, but honestly, it's difficult. I lost a lot of confidence after losing back-to-back Bundesliga games."