FC Bayern resumes training
The Bayern professionals kept fit individually for three weeks. On Monday the Munich met again for the first time at Säbener Straße. The last injured striker was also there.
FC Bayern held team training for the first time in the Corona crisis. After three weeks of individual work at home, the soccer players were allowed onto the pitch on Säbener Straße on Monday.
Top scorer Robert Lewandowski makes a comeback
However, normal training is still not possible because the players should have as little contact as possible according to instructions from the authorities. Therefore, the athletes were divided into several small groups and different training areas. Initially, the program included fitness exercises or goal scoring.
Previously, the head coach Hansi Flick’s professionals had driven into the underground garage individually and at a distance. After the training, it was planned that everyone would go straight back home and shower and eat at home.
After his knee injury from the Champions League game at Chelsea in February, striker Robert Lewandowski also made a comeback on the pitch and regularly followed the units. Defender Niklas Süle, who is in rehab after a cruciate ligament tear, also trained with the ball, albeit more carefully than his teammates.