SC Freiburg is the only undefeated team in the Bundesliga and goes into the top game at Bayern Munich with a lot of self-confidence.
Christian Streich didn’t even try to deny the amazing fact. “It’s a top game, I can’t deny it,” said the SC Freiburg coach, referring to the match under the slogan that was not expected before the season on Saturday at Bayern Munich: “Let’s see how many top games we have afterwards but that we have one now is nice. ”
Freiburg can catch up with Bayern
The fans had already given the order to the team before one of the most surprising top pairings in the recent history of the Bundesliga. “If Bayern takes off their lederhosen,” it rang through the new stadium after the 3-1 (2-0) win against SpVgg Greuther Fürth. If the Bavarian trousers were actually torn from the master, the third from Breisgau would even draw level with the first from Munich on points.
The SC has equalized its club record
“That is basically pleasant,” commented Streich calmly about this prospect, which is not even unrealistic. After all, Freiburg are the only undefeated team in the German elite class even after ten match days. With the ten games without defeat, the Breisgauers have equalized their club record, the lead on a place outside the Champions League is already six points.
Prank: “Very stable and very hungry”
“I’m not dissatisfied. You’re fine if you don’t lose,” Streich said succinctly before giving a deeper insight: “Our current situation leads to a certain serenity, I feel less pressure. Many things work very good. The team is very stable and very hungry. ”
Now it goes into the top game with the appropriate self-confidence. “It’s really great that we can go there with this kind of ease,” said Streich. Sports director Jochen Saier also spoke of a “special situation” for his club because “it’s a top game not only because of Bayern – but also because of us”.
Despite their successful streak, the professionals seem to have a little jitter. “There has to be a lot going for us to get something. We’re still talking about Bayern Munich and SC Freiburg,” said Lucas Höfler at first, before he remembered the breadth of his chest: “Still, we’re going to Munich with confidence. “