FC Bayern are celebrating their tenth championship in a row with their fans at Marienplatz. But not all players are in a good mood.

“Mixed feelings”: Shortly before FC Bayern’s championship celebrations on Sunday afternoon, Joshua Kimmich was very self-critical. The “Kicker” reports that the 27-year-old expressed “mixed feelings” about the season, especially the end of the DFB Cup and the Champions League were painful.

Different claim: The midfielder emphasized that the ambitions next season are not just about a title and said: “That should always be our claim. We played a decent first half of the season, didn’t come out of the winter break well at all, and had a few players who were missing. We never really got into the rhythm.”

Changes: Especially after the Champions League exit in the quarterfinals, Kimmich predicts some changes for the new season and demands more performance from his team. “We have to learn and understand that it’s not enough if we don’t give one hundred percent. It’s just not enough if we don’t push our limits every day.”

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