Bryan Mbeumo talks about the match against Stuttgart – News

Bryan Mbeumo joined us to talk about his role in today’s 1-2 loss to VfB Stuttgart in Germany. He netted a first-half goal as the Bees narrowly lost to the Bundesliga side in the sweltering heat of Friedrichshafen.

The Frenchman opened the scoring after just 12 minutes, applying the finish to a sweeping team move that started at the back and ended when Mathias Jensen found Mbeumo to get under the keeper.

“I’m happy with those two goals,” Bryan told us after the final whistle at the Zeppelinstadion. “I’m confident and just tried to help the team win today as always. Yes, I’m very happy and I want to continue and keep working.

“It was a tough game, Stuttgart were well prepared – they went with a strong squad. We did a lot of good things, there were things to work on. We did well at the end.”

The game was played in blazing sunshine in extreme heat, which Bryan said had an impact on the game. He was also delighted to have new faces around him in the squad, including those missing through loan spells or injuries last season.

“The weather of course has an impact, it’s very hot. It was a very difficult match and we all feel tired now. It’s been a good week, we’ve worked hard and it was just another test. of that.

“It’s really good to have new faces because you develop new relationships and see the guys who have been away. We’re all having a good time but also on the pitch you have players like Josh [Dasilva] he’s someone you can associate with and he understands every game of football very well.”


The tour of Germany is now halfway through and the players have had some serious minutes at the SV Aasen training ground. Bryan would like to point out that it has been enjoyable and useful for the upcoming season.

“It’s been very good, I’ve had fun here. We’ve worked very hard, we still have a few days here, so we’ll keep pushing and working for the next game on Tuesday.

“In pre-season you want to have as many minutes as possible on the pitch, you want a good feeling with your team-mates. It has to be automatic when you play in a game during the real season. So we keep working.”


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