FC Bayern have entered the final stretch under the legendary Jupp Heynckes. I would expect the great man to go out on his final Bundesliga games in a grandiose manner with a strong lineup.
Bayern’s second half comeback saw them win 3:1 against a speedy Cologne. Quick goals from James Rodríguez and Robert Lewandowski turn around a disastrous first half.
Bayern started with many youngsters against Eintracht Frankfurt and the calculated move paid dividends, with a spark and enthusiasm whenever they touched the ball.
Bayern Munich have been drawn against their old enemy Real Madrid for what I like to call the European Classico. Will the recent trend of results continue or will La Bestia Negra serve a cold dish of revenge?
Germany looked devoid of creativity as they suffered a 0:1 loss to a well drilled Brazilian squad. Only Toni Kroos stood out in Die Mannschaft, if slightly.
Robert Lewandowski is one of the most feared strikers in the world. Should Bayern cash in on the Polish superstar, or should they try to keep him? If he leaves, who could replace him?
Despite Sandro Wagner’s solid return, Bayern Munich were outplayed and outclassed in every area of the pitch as they limped to a 2:1 defeat to RB Leipzig.
Bayern showed their firepower in a clinical display of power and quality against Hamburger SV for another rout off the dinosaurs.
Mats Hummels was the finest player on the pitch for Bayern, which were generally toothless in their 0:0 draw against Berlin on Saturday.
A plucky VfL Wolfsburg side frustrated FC Bayern, but persistence paid off in the end for the Bavarians, who will benefit from squad rotation.