Our statistic preview takes a fresh look at opponents Borussia Dortmund, and finds a defense that has made some substantial progress.
FC Bayern Munich continue their hunt for a treble against Borussia Dortmund in Tuesday’s DFB Pokal semi-final. Both squads’ respective injury crises seem to have abated a bit.
We are now seen as tyrants and dictators after winning a 25th German title. Us at the Bayern Central Humour Department do not see that with a negative connotation.
Good news at FC Bayern München today. The club won its 25th German title a few hours after Arjen Robben and Medhi Benatia returned to team training.
An unimpressive FC Bayern Munich beat Hertha BSC 1:0 in Bundesliga action on Saturday– effectively winning their 24th Bundesliga title. Bastian Schweinsteiger made the difference.
Dr. Müller-Wolfhart recently resigned from his post at as Bayern’s team doctor, but what has really been going on behind closed doors?
Bayern won a low-key game against Hertha Berlin on Saturday and it did so without either a left wing or a right wing. Almost all attacks were focused on the middle.
Unremarkable as the match seemed, and as deserved as the draw would have been for Hertha until the final 10 minutes, the stats tell of a Bayern domination.
Former luge medallist Georg Heckl with Berni.
No streakers, please.
Manuel Neuer warms up.
Players come out for the game.
Javi Martinez back in squad!
Smiling, star-studded bench.
Pep Guardiola shouting instructions.
Nico Schulz working hard.
Dante going for a header.
Boateng: "This ball is mine".
Schweinsteiger converts the Weiser cross.
Fußballgott is back!
Job done. A 1:0 win.