• Lazio Beat Tuchel’s Bayern Munich 1-0 In The First Leg Of The Champions League

It was another embarrassing affair for Thomas Tuchel’s Bayern Munich as they lost and failed to score against Lazio in the Champions League Round of 16 tie on Wednesday night. The Rome side were efficient against Bayern Munich and should have scored more on the night.

This result, coupled with Bayern’s loss over the weekend against Bayer Leverkusen, puts Thomas Tuchel under immense pressure.

Lazio v Bayern Result Could Spell Doom For Thomas Tuchel

There have been talks over Thomas Tuchel’s future at the club, with sources claiming the club wants to move in another direction after this season, these results and performances are not helping Tuchel’s popularity..

Lazio 1-0 Bayern

Bayern failed to register a single shot on target against Lazio. They also managed only 1 shot on target in their weekend match against Leverkusen.

Lazio were good on the night. Maurizio Sarri’s men worked hard on and off the ball, and were able to outperform the German champions on XG despite not having the ball as much as they would have liked.

Ciro Immobile’s penalty in the 69th minute decided the game, but it could have been a lot worse for Thomas Tuchel;’s side.

Lazio v Bayern Result Could Spell Doom For Thomas Tuchel

After the Lazio loss, Thomas Tuchel addressed questions about his future with Bayern, stating:

“No, I’m not worried about my future or [the] potential sack,”

He also bemoaned Bayern’s “Slapstick” performance on the night “

“We made a lot of individual mistakes, and we conceded a penalty and red card from out of absolutely nothing,” Tuchel said in the post-match press conference. “With the performance, we did everything to lose this game, which was completely in our hands.”

Bayern Munich are reportedly following Xabi Alonso’s progress with Leverkusen, and they also have discussed the possibility of hiring Jürgen Klopp. Klopp will leave Liverpool this summer, it is unclear if he will take a break from football or be happy to move back to Germany to coach Bayern Munich.