Bayern Munich walked away with their easiest win of the season thus far with a 7-0 obliteration of VfL Bochum.
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Bayern Munich Match Observations
Nagelsmann’s first UCL campaign with Bayern got off to a great start with a thoroughly authoritative win against Barcelona.
A deserved win sees Bayern head into the Barcelona game with a spring in their step.
Germany managed to easily squash Iceland 4-0 for their fourth win in 5 games to move to the top of FIFA World Cup Qualifying Group J
It wasn’t pretty, but it was three points.
Die Roten were back to their best against Hertha Berlin, putting on a show in front of the home crowd. It was a stellar team performance.
The scoreline was 12-0, and Bayern Munich eased into the next round of the DFB Pokal.
In a game of two halves, Bayern Munich came out on top over Köln on a day in which Gerd Müller was remembered in Munich.
Der Klassiker is here yet again! This time in the form of the annual DFL-Supercup. Here are the six observations from this match.
A great 50-50 game marked the beginning of a new season and the Julian Nagelsmann era.
The Bavarians lost despite being on the front foot for the majority of the game.
That was a performance that did not warrant a watch at 1 in the morning.
The Bavarians could have sealed the win had it not been for unforced errors.
Now that Euro 2020 has a winner, it’s time to look at the big lessons that Germany can learn from Italy’s triumph in the tournament.
Jogi Löw didn’t set the team to win. And as many feared, Germany were outclassed by a clinical England side that grabbed a historic win at home.
In the defining match of Group F, Germany went head to head against Hungary in order to decide who advances to the Round of 16.
In a must win second match from Group F of Euro 2020, Germany matched up with the Ronaldo-led Portugal. Here are the observations from that match.
All the expected flaws in the German system came back to haunt Joachim Low.
12th ranked Die Mannshaft held their final dress up before the 138th-ranked Latvia National Team. Here are four observations.
Not a good sign for the Germans ahead of the Euros.
Hansi Flick goes out in style with a goalfest!
In one of the last matches of the year, FC Bayern played to an exciting drawvs SC Freiburg. Here are the observations from that match.
Three questions for Bayern Munich after Julian Nagelsmann’s humiliating defeat to Borussia Dortmund in the DFB-Pokal final
It was a rather limp performance by Leipzig, who were utterly ripped apart by a ferocious BVB.
Bayern made short work of a Gladbach side, showing a Champion’s performance in the process.
FC Bayern’s title celebrations will be delayed another match week after laying an egg against Mainz 05.
Bayern Munich were nearly back to their best as they dominated and remained defensively intact for the majority of the match.
Bayern Munich started the game in dominant fashion, driven forward by some Musiala magic; however, the hosts struck back twice, leading to a nervy, exciting finish.
A subpar attacking display from an injury ravaged Bayern Munich wasn’t enough to break PSG’s resilient display.
Coach Flick decided to give many of the young guns a shot, and they shone brightly. Shoddy defending towards the end meant Bayern conceded (again) and had to share the spoils.
A dreadful performance puts Bayern Munich behind in the tie heading to Paris.
It wasn’t easy, it wasn’t beautiful, but it is over and Bayern Munich emerge victors once again, showing why they’re the reigning champions.
Die Mannschaft put forth one of the worst performances in recent memory against the 65th ranked North Macedonia in Duisburg, Germany. Here are the four observations from this match.
It wasn’t pretty, but Germany come away from Bucharest with all three points to stay atop of their qualifying group.
Party time for 2020 winners Bayern! @FCBayernEN | #UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/gJ8s89nySC— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 24, 2020