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Bayern Munich loses to Bochum for third straight defeat in SEO_KEYWORDS

Bochum defeat Bayern Munich, leaving the 11-time defending champions 8 points behind league leader Bayer Leverkusen. Fans protest outside investors.

Bayern Munich suffered a third consecutive defeat on Sunday, losing 3-2 to Bochum in the Bundesliga. This loss left Thomas Tuchel's team eight points behind league leader Bayer Leverkusen with 12 rounds remaining. The defeat has raised doubts about the future of the Bayern coach, especially after their midweek loss to Lazio in the Champions League and last weekend's 3-0 defeat at Leverkusen.

Leon Goretzka, a Bayern midfielder, expressed his frustration, saying, "It feels like a horror film that just doesn't end. Everything is going against us at the moment." Fans' protests against an outside Bundesliga investor continued on Sunday, with model airplanes flown onto the field during Eintracht Frankfurt's match and tennis balls interrupting Bayern's game. These protests added to the scrutiny that Tuchel is facing.

Bayern CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen confirmed that Tuchel would be in charge for the next match against Leipzig but did not rule out a change at a later stage. The protests during Sunday's games are part of the opposition to the German soccer league's plan to sell a stake in the Bundesliga's media rights income to an outside investor.

The game against Bochum saw multiple interruptions due to protests from fans. Bochum fans threw tennis balls onto the field, causing a halt to play. When the game resumed, Bochum managed to come from behind and secure the victory. The interruptions and protests have been an ongoing issue in German soccer, with fans expressing their concerns about the league's controversial plan.

In another game, Eintracht Frankfurt's match was also disrupted by fan protests, with confectionery and remote-controlled airplanes thrown onto the field. The disruptions and protests are part of widespread opposition to the proposed deal that would allow an outside investor to have a stake in the Bundesliga's media rights income.

Protests have also occurred in the second division, with Nuremberg fans interrupting their team's game against Kaiserslautern to show banners denouncing the proposed deal. The disruptions have sparked a debate about the influence of potential investors on the league, with many fans calling for the December vote that approved the deal to be re-run.

The widespread protests and disruptions across German soccer reflect the concerns and opposition of fans to the proposed deal that would involve an outside investor in the Bundesliga's media rights income. The ongoing protests have led to delays and interruptions in various games, raising questions about the future of the league and the potential influence of investors.

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