Adolf Hutter might have Nagelsmann’s number. After Borussia Monchengladbach comeback victory against Bayern.
It is reasonable to say that Nagelsmann’s pre-season move to a new club has gone a little better than Hutter’s, but this was another
example of the latter getting the better of the young prodigy.
Adolf Hutter and Nagelsmann have now met eight times as opposition coaches in the Bundesliga, and nobody has won as often in the top flight against Nagelsmann as the Gladbach boss (W4 D3 L1).
While the former RB Leipzig man may well end the season as a champion, there will be many Bundesliga bosses asking Hutter for his blueprint for consistently conquering the 34-year-old’s gameplan. Signs of a new beginning for Hutter
As mentioned, it has not been a happy start for life at the Foals for the former Eintracht Frankfurt boss, with his side sitting 14th in the table before this game.
The former Eintracht Frankfurt coach praised the intensity of his team, saying after the win:
“Huge compliments to the team for coming back like that and getting the win in Munich. When the intensity is high, you have a good chance of winning, and that’s what we showed today.”
“Of course, Bayern could have equalised, but my team played well. They implemented what we trained.”
Gladbach had lost four and drawn one of their five games heading into the break, having not won in the league since a 4-0 win over bottom-of-the-table Greuther Furth on November 20.
However, only their second away win of the season here sees them move up to 11th.
If they can play against others the way they do against Bayern, Gladbach should have no problems shooting up the table in the second half of the campaign,
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