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Patrik Andersson: '2001 remains unique'

Postby FCBayernNews » Wed Apr 01, 2020 12:05 pm

The one shot to put Bayern on cloud nine! With his indirect free kick converted on 19 May 2001 in Hamburg – that brought the league title to Munich – Patrik Andersson blasted his way into the hearts of Bayern fans and became a legend. The Swede spent two seasons in Munich playing 69 games and scoring this one goal. The club magazine 51 met up with the 48-year-old and spoke to the Champions League winner of 2001 about his memories.

The interview with Patrik Andersson

 

 

Hardly anyone could have believed it possible after Sergey Barbarez scored so late on. However, FC Bayern were able to defend their title thanks to Andersson's leveller and the Swede was able to kiss the Schale in 2001 for a second (and last) time after 2000.

Moment of hope: When HSV keeper Mathias Schober controlled the ball with his hand, referee Dr Markus Merck awarded an indirect free kick to FCB.

Patrik Andersson is right: 2001 was an incredible year! And Giovane Elber also likes to look back to that time:
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Re: Patrik Andersson: '2001 remains unique'

Postby MUTU » Wed Apr 01, 2020 12:11 pm

Well, of course it's unique, it only happened one year :)
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Re: Patrik Andersson: '2001 remains unique'

Postby Fénix » Wed Apr 01, 2020 12:55 pm

Yes, it is unique the way we won this Bundesliga title. It's incredible from today's point of view, even 15 years ago, but that's how it was. Indirect in injury time, S04 are celebrating their first historic Bundesliga title while we were still playing and then - boom! Anderssooooooooon!!!!! :P

I miss so much those domestic dramas which were normal part of football world until 2001. Croatia, Germany, Italy, Spain... Bloody fight and dead race until the last matchday 2 or 3 clubs, in some extreme cases and 4 clubs where all were in position to lose absolutely everything.

Sports websites are recalling history and many great stories, but not good enough. In the past there were special TV season highlights or a documentary about every season. Consumerism completely destroyed football culture and romance in the last 12-13 years.
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Re: Patrik Andersson: '2001 remains unique'

Postby #12 » Wed Apr 01, 2020 5:05 pm

We should‘ve lead by the time they scored already though…
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Re: Patrik Andersson: '2001 remains unique'

Postby MUTU » Wed Apr 01, 2020 9:33 pm

#12 wrote:We should‘ve lead by the time they scored already though…

But then Schalke fans would never have had a few minutes to celebrate winning the Bundesliga ;)
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