Bayern Munich Match Awards
It was nothing extraordinary as the Bavarians picked a business like win at home to extend their lead to 6 points in the league
Bayern is through to the knockout round of the Champions League, and with today’s win, they sent Barcelona to Europa League!
This was one of the most exciting Klassikers that we witnessed in recent years. Both teams were on a similar level, but in the end, the match went in Bayern’s favor!
The visiting team parked the bus and Bayern had a tough time against Arminia, as the players lacked the finishing touch, or the goalie denied their chances...
And so, Bayern Munich confirmed the first position of the Champions League group stage with the fifth consecutive win in this year’s campaign!
Relegation threatened Augsburg became the latest team to beat Julian Nagelsmann’s relatively toothless Bayern Munich side 2-1.
Germany dominated the match and gave very little space to Liechtenstein's players, but it has to be said — Liechtenstein played with 10 men almost the entire match
Bayern Munich were tested from the get go by a resilient, well drilled Freiburg side that posed all sorts of problems, but came out on top as a result of some individual brilliance.
Another game, another 5-2 victory for the Bavarians. Bayern Munich confirm their spot at the top of their group on a day when the attack shone.
The Bavarians are back on track after a dominant win against Union Berlin.
Bayern were in total control and deserved to win after completely outplaying the visitors.
Benfica managed to resist Bayern Munich’s attack, but the Bavarians crushed their Portuguese rivals in the end of the match and managed to score four goals!
Bayern returns to winning ways after a fantastic first half display.
Germany gets the win and qualifies for the World Cup!
Germany did things the hard way but, after falling a goal behind, managed to win courtesy of Serge Gnabry and Thomas Müller.
Despite some of the Bayern players having a really good game, Bayern see themselves at the wrong end of the score-line for the first time this season.
Another impressive win in the Champions League from Bayern Munich!
It definitely didn’t feel like Bayern were facing the bottom team. Greuther Fürth were fantastic.
It was just green and gold all over. The Bayern squad put on yet another utterly dominant performance, and boy, did some players shine.
The Champions League is underway, and Bayern started this season’s campaign in Europe with a dominant win!
Hansi Flick’s Germany got another win and another clean sheet. Here’s who stood out.
It was Hansi Flick’s first match as Germany’s manager, it wasn’t a spectacle, but the team showed promise. Here are the match awards!
Nagelsball is starting to take form as Bayern thrash a lackluster Hertha side.
Bayern Munich showed strength tonight and showed no signs of slowing down, even after taking a five-goal, first half lead.
It wasn’t the prettiest win Bayern’s had in recent times, but it was a win against a steely and determined Köln side.
Der Klassiker gives Julian Nagelsmann his first Bayern Munich trophy.
Nagelsmann’s first game of the season didn’t go very well... shoddy finishing and poor defending marred what was a pretty decent performance overall.
It wasn’t a great performance, but some players looked very good against what was a resolute Napoli side.
Party time for 2020 winners Bayern! @FCBayernEN | #UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/gJ8s89nySC— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 24, 2020