Bayern Munich: DFB Pokal
Bayern have made too much of a habit of blowing leads and dropping points needlessly this season.
The Dutchman isn’t wrong.
Germany’s biggest club can’t seem to win its smallest competition.
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That was a kick in the junk.
That’s a Football Manager game if I’ve ever seen one.
Streich is still searching for a win at Bayern Munich.
This time, Tuchel plays with a trophy on the line.
What’s Müller done this time?
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Bayern are determined to get back into their Pokal-winning ways.
Still reeling from the big news on March 23
The German manager’s dismissal is as costly as his hire.
We’re now out the crucial stage of the season that can make or break a campaign as Bayern pushes across all three fronts.
Bayern Munich have a tough string of games ahead of them.
The Dane nearly moved to Munich.
It’s no secret that Musiala has been one of Bayern’s most productive attacking players this season, warranting his continued run in the starting XI.
João Cancelo has already fit right into the squad excellently, and showing signs that he is exactly what the team needed.
Sabitzer is out on loan to Manchester United, but Muller feels there’s still a future for him at Bayern.
If Julian Nagelsmann was Dutch, he’d be from title hamster-dam
The back three isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but it worked wonders in Bayern’s 4-0 win over Mainz in the DFB-Pokal.
Back three? Back four? Why not both?
The DFB-Pokal game against Mainz was a revitalization.
The Portuguese fullback got his Bavarian adventure off to a tremendous start.
A class of his own.
Both current and future Bayern Munich midfielder gave a good account of themselves in this round of the cup.
We review Bayern Munich’s first win of 2023!
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After that Mainz display, maybe it’s the right idea.
Back on track, and emphatically, too.
The home side were unceremoniously dumped from the DFB-Pokal tournament as the Rekordmeister returned to their dominating ways.
Party time for 2020 winners Bayern! @FCBayernEN | #UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/gJ8s89nySC— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 24, 2020