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Bavarian Podcast Works: Postgame Show — Bayern Munich 1-0 Arminia Bielefeld (Hinrunde)

A win is a win ... with some confusion and spice thrown in.

Bayern Munich - Arminia Bielefeld
Robert Lewandowski, on a day he did not score, gets a hug from his manager, Julian Nagelsmann
Photo by Peter Kneffel/picture alliance via Getty Images

Bayern Munich never gave up in a hard fought game in the Bundesliga against Arminia Bielefeld. Leroy Sané showed once again that he is a special talent by scoring a spectacular goal, not quite Arjen Robben-esque, but a goal of the importance of Robben’s goals.

Here is what we discussed on the podcast:

  • Was this a good performance or was it not?
  • Why did the Bundesliga schedule Bayern-Bielefeld as the match of the day?
  • A look at some individual performances of the Bayern players
  • A look around the Bundesliga and what else happened aside from Bayern-Bielefeld
  • The absence of Joshua Kimmich
  • Why I would like to see Bayern play with a back four rather than a hybrid three/four

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