Bayern Munich legend Franz Beckenbauer says he doesn’t think playing in void arenas has any effect to players.
The famous World Cup-winning sweeper and director was in participation as Bayern kept up their noteworthy lead at the highest point of the Bundesliga with an engaging 5-2 win at home to Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.
Beckenbauer concedes that Germany’s ‘ geisterspielen ‘ – apparition games – are baffling to fans unfit to go to games, especially in a nation with such a solid accentuation on fan culture.
Be that as it may, he says he delighted in the match and he doesn’t think the players experienced the absence of air.
“In these conditions, without fans and an environment, it was an amazing round of football,” Beckenbauer told Sport1 .
“Praises to the two groups. It was super acceptable football.
“The Bavarians are in excellent structure, however the Frankfurters likewise played quite well. They were 3-0 down and returned to 3-2.
“At that point Bayern started acting responsibly again and out of nowhere it was 5-2. It was an extremely intriguing game.”
The Bundesliga has been the principal top-level association to come back from coronavirus lockdown and, up until this point, things appear to be working out in a good way.
Beckenbauer is happy to have football back, however he perceives things aren’t great.
“I figure you can do this as long as everybody holds fast to the standards,” he said.
“It isn’t totally good for a football fan since they are not permitted to go to the arena. There is no distinction for the players.”
Beckenbauer had been welcome to the game by club CEO and previous colleague Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, and chief Hansi Flick was happy his side put on an act.
“I’ve known him for quite a while and have met him with the national group and furthermore here in Munich,” Flick said of Beckenbauer in his virtual post-coordinate question and answer session.
“I’m satisfied that he was in the arena. He is somebody who has an extraordinary history in football, particularly at Bayern Munich.
“I’m satisfied he saw such a game and I trust he will come all the more regularly.”
Bayern’s next apparatus could be the characterizing purpose of their season, as they travel to confront second-put Borussia Dortmund in Der Klassiker on Tuesday evening.