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Thomas Tuchel is unhappy with the match officials after Bayern Munich’s draw
They were held to a goalless draw in the Champions League by FC Copenhagen
Bayern are still through to the Champions League last 16 as winners of Group A
Thomas Tuchel was not too impressed with the officiating in Bayern Munich’s goalless draw against FC Copenhagen after his team was denied three penalties in the game.
Centre referee, Stephanie Frappart’s handling of the game drew criticism from the Bayern manager after she denied three penalty incidents involving pushes on Thomas Muller and a contentious handball by a Copenhagen player in the area.
According to SB Nation, Tuchel - who stylishly questioned the officiating on the night - chose not to delve into the refereeing controversy.
"It's better not to say anything. As a coach, it only gets expensive when you talk about the referee. You have to ask the referee's observer about the ref."
Bayern Munich saw their 100 percent winning run end against Copenhagen after the goalless draw against the Danish club but still finish as winners of Group A, having garnered 13 points from their first four games.
Bayern’s draw leaves Tuchel frustrated
Meanwhile, Tuchel has expressed his disappointment with his Bayern Munich team for their lacklustre display, which saw his team drop points for the first time in the Champions League this season, Planet Sport reports.
The German manager had made several changes to his starting line-up, with Raphael Guerreiro, Mathys Tel, and Thomas Muller getting the nod in attack alongside regular starters, Harry Kane and Kingsley Coman.
Tuchel also lauded Copenhagen’s defence for their doggedness but acknowledged his team did not do enough to win the game.
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FootballThe English forward, who continues to rack up the numbers in Germany, was on hand to finish it off from a rebound from an initial strike from Eric Choupo-Moting.
In a match that saw the Bavarian club miss a flurry of chances to score, Kane's solitary effort was still enough to see Tuchel etch his name into Bundesliga history.