Germany leave the World Cup on a win. Another tournament disaster from them.
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Bayern Munich Match Observations
Germany both deserved to lose this game by three goals in the first half and win the game in the second half. A draw is more than what they could’ve expected.
We need time to recover from that...
Leaving it really late, boys.
In Bayern’s final Bundesliga match before the upcoming World Cup in Qatar, Musiala & Co shined in a 2-0 victory over Schalke 04
Bayern Munich recorded yet another swashbuckling win over Werder Bremen to remain top in the Bundesliga.
What just happened there?!
Here in Bavaria, we take winning in style very seriously.
Some ups and downs in an otherwise good day.
Three observations from Bayern Munich’s 3-0 win against newly-inducted Europa League members FC Barcelona
A stylish performance by the Bavarians against their ‘favourite’ opponents!
Bayern get the job done before facing Barcelona in midweek
Augsburg demons slain, and through to the Round of 16 in style!
Bayern are truly back to being a powerhouse and it is a sight to witness.
A game in which the overriding feeling was...meh. And that’s probably a little harsh.
Well, that felt like a loss, didn’t it?
Bayern made it a 3-0 group stage start to the 2022/23 Champions League campaign with a dominant win over the Czech champions.
Despite a casual start to the game from both sides, the second half turned the contest into a goal fest.
Losing games: it’s all the rage, and this latest display brings fresh concerns to the fore.
At least the Bundesliga isn’t a farmers’ league anymore, is it?
HOW did this scoreline happen? Oh well, we take these wins.
This season is Bayern’s slowest start since 2010/11, but is it as bad as it seems ?
Bayern outclassed the Nerazzurri by some margin and take an important first step towards qualification from their doozy of a Champions League group.
The DFB Frauen have finally clinched top spot in their European qualifying group with a strong second half performance.
In a second consecutive Bundesliga game, Bayern Munich walked away with a thoroughly unsatisfying 1-1 draw.
What was mostly an awful performance by Inter had some talking points, let’s look at them.
Bayern had to give their utmost in order to wrest the game from a determined opposition.
Are any of you bald from ripping your hair out?
Julian Nagelsmann’s Bayern Munich are almost too good to be true.
It seems Niko Kovac’s team couldn’t keep up with the 200mph Bavarian train once again.
Bavarian football still works!
Party time for 2020 winners Bayern! @FCBayernEN | #UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/gJ8s89nySC— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 24, 2020