Quoting from Metro, Thomas Tuchel mentioned Arsenal in the context of Bayern Munich’s decline.
Bayern Munich have only scored 9 goals in 8 matches after a 4-2 win over Borussia Dortmund in March.
In the first season since Robert Lewandowski’s departure, Bayern struggled to fill the void with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, a capable but ineffective replacement.
Serge Gnaby and Jamal Musiala are Bayern’s top scorers in the Bundesliga this season with 11 goals each but Thomas Tuchel insists the club can grow by allocating goals to as many players as Arsenal.
Specifically, Tuchel expressed, quoting from Metro:
“The big teams that are dominating the Champions League right now all have an absolute world-class number 9. Every club is looking for a striker like that”.
“Arsenal is an example of a team distributing goals among many players. If we have been together for a while and prepared well, we will be able to create even chances. when we don’t have a class 9. Our goal is to have many players with each score about 16 goals.”