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Thomas Reis: The important thing is where we are after matchday 34

There was no doubt that Bayern deserved to get the win on Saturday (13/5). Thomas Reis and his opposite number Thomas Tuchel both spoke to the press about the home team’s 6-0 win, while Marius Bülter and Danny Latza also gave their thoughts on the game.


Schalke beaten away in Munich

FC Schalke 04’s two-game winning run came to an abrupt end on Saturday (13/5). FC Bayern beat the Royal Blues 6-0 in Munich thanks to goals from Thomas Müller (21’), Joshua Kimmich (29’, penalty), Serge Gnabry (50’, 65’), Mathys Tel (80’) and Noussair Mazraoui (90’+2).


Thomas Reis: We have a clear target

Marius Bülter’s late, late winner in Mainz, coupled with the other results in the division over the following two days, means that FC Schalke 04 are no longer in the bottom three for the first time since matchday 8, something the Royal Blues will want to maintain until the end of the season. However, Thomas Reis’ side have an extremely difficult away game up next, as they travel to Munich to play FC Bayern on Saturday (13/5, 15:30 CEST). “We know what to expect,” said the head coach.


Thomas Reis: Focus on ourselves, not the table

Thomas Reis spoke to the media about Saturday’s (12/11) 2-0 defeat to FC Bayern at the post-match press conference. His opposite number, Julian Nagelsmann, spoke just to the TV cameras, while Alexander Schwolow and Marius Bülter also gave their thoughts on the final game before the break for the World Cup.


Schalke beaten 2-0 at home by Bayern

FC Schalke 04 lost 2-0 at home against FC Bayern on Saturday night (12/11). The league leaders celebrated their tenth straight win in all competitions thanks to goals from Serge Gnabry (38’) and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (52’).


Thomas Reis: It’s not exactly easy, but it’s not impossible either

Going up against a strong opponent with new found confidence: the Royal Blues welcome Bayern Munich into the VELTINS-Arena in the Bundesliga’s Topspiel on Saturday evening (18:30 CET, 12.11). Thomas Reis is looking forward to the clash with the league leaders. “Everyone has to perform on the pitch so that we stand a chance,” said the head coach, whose side put in a convincing performance during the first stage of the double-game week with a 1-0 win over Mainz 05 and who were finally able to reward their performances with a result.


Schalke to host Bayern München in charity match at the VELTINS-Arena

FC Schalke 04 will host FC Bayern München in a charity match as a fundraiser for the victims of the flooding in North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate. The date of the match is yet to be confirmed, but given that help is urgently needed in the affected areas, FC Bayern have agreed to guarantee a financial contribution of €1 million and provide it in the coming days.


Christian Gross: We did some things well, but others badly

Head coaches Christian Gross and Hansi Flick both spoke to the press after Bayern’s 4-0 win on Sunday (24/1). Ralf Fährmann also gave his thoughts on the game to the media.


Schalke lose 4-0 at home to FC Bayern

FC Schalke 04 began the second half of the season with a 4-0 defeat at home to league leaders FC Bayern. Their goals were scored by Thomas Müller (33’, 88’), Robert Lewandowski (54’) and David Alaba (90’).


Christian Gross: The team continues to believe in our goal

FC Schalke 04 kick off the second half of the season by welcoming league leaders FC Bayern Munich to the VELTINS-Arena on Sunday (15:30 CET). Klaas-Jan Huntelaar could make his debut against the champions following his return to Gelsenkirchen earlier this month. In addition, head coach Christian Gross reported that Sead Kolasinac is also looking in good shape for Sunday’s clash after the Bosnian had to be taken off with a knock against 1. FC Köln.


Heavy defeat on the opening day

FC Schalke 04 began the new Bundesliga season with an emphatic defeat in Munich. FC Bayern beat the Royal Blues 8-0 on Friday night (18/9), with the goals coming from Serge Gnabry (3), Leon Goretzka, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Leroy Sané and Jamal Musiala.


Bayern defeat Schalke 1-0 in the DFB-Pokal quarterfinal

Schalke’s 2019/20 DFB-Pokal campaign is over after a 1-0 defeat at home to Bayern on Tuesday evening (3/3). Despite a strong showing, the reigning champions progressed thanks to Joshua Kimmich’s first-half goal.