Bayern Munich coach Jurgen Klinsmann has criticised his team following Saturday’s disappointing draw at home to Bochum.
The Bundesliga champions squandered a 3-1 lead in the closing minutes of the game at the Allianz Arena.
The result means that Bayern are struggling in 11th place in the table with just two wins from seven matches to date.
“I’m deeply disappointed, and angry too,” Klinsmann told Bayern’s official website.
“We’d basically wrapped it up at 3-1, but we were negligent and carelessly tossed it away.
“It gnaws at you, I had a restless night. It hurts, but I’m a born fighter. I know what the problems are. We’ll talk them through and remedy them step by step.
“We’ll talk to the team about them today and we won’t mince our words.”
Klinsmann also admitted he sympathised the Bayern fans who called for his head at the end of Saturday’s game.
“We understand the fans’ dismay and disappointment,” he admitted. “They have every right to voice it.
“Seven games into the Bundesliga season, what Bayern have achieved is not acceptable, and I won’t accept it either.”