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Bundesliga manager Steffen Baumgart shows he’s just as animated in front of the television as...

Bundesliga manager Steffen Baumgart shows he’s just as animated in front of the television as on the touchline as video shows him screaming at his side from home after positive Covid test and even needing to be calmed down by the family dog

Koln boss Steffen Baumgart missed their game at the weekend due to Covid-19 
His daughter has posted a video of him watching their game against Freiburg
He screams at the television and paces up and down the living room 
The family dog puts their paws on his shoulders in an effort to calm him down 

By Kieran Lynch For Mailonline
Published: 10:45 GMT, 7 February 2022 | Updated: 10:48 GMT, 7 February 2022

Koln manager Steffen Baumgart was unable to be on the touchline at the weekend due to a positive Covid-19 test, but he was every bit as animated just watching their game with his family at home.
The 50-year-old was forced to watch the Bundesliga side at home as they battled to a 1-0 victory over Freiburg.

And a TikTok video posted by his daughter shows the manager screaming at his television as he jumps up and down and even needs to be calmed down by the family dog.

Koln manager Steffen Baumgart missed their game with Freiburg due to a positive Covid test

His daughter has posted a video on TikTok of him screaming at his team while watching them on TV

Baumgart does all this while watching the game with his family, who seem unfazed by his actions as though they’ve seen it all before.

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In the one minute video he is barely seen sitting down as he paces up and down the living room like he was still on the touchline and shouts in front of the television.
At one point the dog jumps on the sofa and stands up putting their paws on his shoulders in an effort to calm him down.

He is seen pacing up and down the living room just like he would on the touchline with his matchday cap

At one point the family dog puts their paws on his shoulders in an effort to calm him down

The video was shared by Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker who commented: ‘The dog is like the fourth official trying to calm him down.’
One Twitter user commented: ‘You know what they say, dogs are man(agers) best friend,’ while another posted: ‘Who takes the role of the dog on the coaching staff.’ 
During the video, Baumgart is also seen to be wearing the same cap as he does during games even though he’s indoors.

Who takes the role of the dog on the coaching staff?

— Ossieike (@redikki) February 6, 2022

For some context, here’s how Steffen Baumgart usually patrols the touchline. You’ll notice that all he was missing today was his bodywarmer. Vibes: exactly the same. pic.twitter.com/Qr7bUJT3YR
— Archie Rhind-Tutt (@archiert1) February 5, 2022
Archie Rindt-Tutt posted on Twitter: ‘For some context, here’s how Steffen Baumgart usually patrols the touchline. You’ll notice that all he was missing today was his bodywarmer. Vibes: exactly the same.’

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The Koln manager would have been pleased with the result, as Anthony Modeste’s 23rd minute handed them all three points in his absence.
Freiburg thought they had equalled the clash when Christian Streich found the net, but it was ruled out for VAR.
After only keeping their place in the Bundesliga last season after winning a relegation play-off, they are enjoying a much better campaign this time currently sitting in sixth which would put them in next year’s Europa Conference League. 

Anthony Modeste scored the winner for Koln who are sixth place in the Bundesliga standings

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