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He had an emergency: Pavard had to go to the bathroom and abruptly left the Bayern game [VIDEO]

Bayern Munich achieved a comfortable win over Wolfsburg, on matchday 17 of the Bundesliga from Germany, although the result was not the highlight of the match. A few minutes from the end, Benjamin Pavard He was the protagonist of an unusual event: he ran from the field to the dressing rooms, surprising his coach.

Everything happened at 83 ′, when DT Julian Nagelsmann was getting ready to make a change in the ‘Bávaro’ team. According to the warning to referee Tobias Welz, the youthful Malik Tillman was going to enter the field of play, instead of Jamal Musiala.

However, Benjamin Pavard abruptly ran out and changed all plans: the technical command decided to take him out. A couple of minutes later, the defender returned with the intention of continuing to play, but was warned that he could no longer do so, since he had already been replaced.

The peculiar scene caused surprise among Bayern Munich fans and hours later the reason for the experience was known. “Benji came to the band and told me in French that I had to go to the bathroom. That was what I understood. After 15 more seconds, he ran to the locker room”Julian Nagelsmann revealed to the press.

When I realized that he was not coming back, I told the four referee that we were going to change the initial substitution. The truth is that in the end it went well for us”Added the Bayern Munich coach.

Finally, Jamal Musiala, who completed the 90 minutes, was in charge of qualifying Robert Lewandowski for the 40 on Wolfsburg. The assist saw the Pole score 43 club goals and overtake Gerd Müller (42) on the annual calendar; and he also reached Cristiano Ronaldo’s record, with 69 goals in a calendar year.

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