Record national player Lothar Matthäus contradicts Uli Hoeneß’s criticism of Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel and is surprised by it.

“I don’t know what he meant exactly – the way he said it,” said the former professional footballer for Bundesliga club FC Bayern Munich to the portal “ran”. “I can’t understand the statements.” Bayern honorary president Hoeneß criticized coach Tuchel’s work in developing young players during a public appearance.

Matthäus gave a tip for Hoeneß and thought it would be good “if he would walk past a microphone once in a while.” The former Bayern player recommended talking about everything internally. “But not in front of every camera,” said Matthäus. “But if he thinks he’s doing it right, then that’s probably an opinion that not many people share.