Bayern crushed a courageous Augsburg side scoring 4 goals and conceding an own goal to win an unprecedented 6th Bundesliga title. Here are some of the thoughts for today’s match.
FC Bayern München were lucky to defeat Sevilla FC on Tuesday night in Spain and a “timely” injury allowed James Rodríguez to work his magic once more.
A classic match? No more. FC Bayern and Borussia Dortmund are not rivals in the Bundesliga. On the other hand, bitching about the Bavarians’ domination in Germany is the wrong kind of finger-pointing.
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.
FC Bayern take another decisive step towards their treble dream under their most successful coach, Jupp Heynckes, by winning comfortably but maybe not so convincingly in Turkey.
Bayern showed their firepower in a clinical display of power and quality against Hamburger SV for another rout off the dinosaurs.
A rotated Bayern came out 4:0 winners against Freiburg with a display of dominance that the locals could do little about, even against a weaker lineup.
FC Bayern failed to beat Hertha Berlin at home in the second fixture of the season, showing a lack of recent quality. The game ended in a scoreless draw that felt like a defeat.
FC Bayern have a foot in the Champions League quarters after pasting Besiktas 5:0 in the first leg, but they should have put the game away faster.
A plucky VfL Wolfsburg side frustrated FC Bayern, but persistence paid off in the end for the Bavarians, who will benefit from squad rotation.