Sports Bayern Munich already looking too good for the Bundesliga

17:46  21 september  2020
17:46  21 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

Bayern Munich is active for David Alaba

 Bayern Munich is active for David Alaba © Supplied by Sports.fr Among the players coveted by PSG for the summer transfer window, David Alaba may be only one year from the end of his contract , Bayern Munich do not intend to let him go. Hans-Dieter Flick repeated it this weekend, the Bavarian coach ensuring that he absolutely wanted to keep his Austrian defender. After being close to a summer start for a long time, Austrian defender David Alaba could soon extend his adventure at Bayern Munich.

Bayern has already won the last eight Bundesliga titles a record and last season it added the Champions League and German Cup, too . Bayern looks set to claim a record-extending ninth consecutive title, then a 10th, forcing fans to look to the Bundesligas relegation battles for excitement.

Bayern Munich cruised to a sixth consecutive German Bundesliga title. Its dominance sucks drama out of the league. A few solutions have been proposed. Bayern hasn’t just won titles for the past half-decade; it’s won them by an average of almost 16 points – an average that will likely rise this year.

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BERLIN — On the day the FIFA president warned about a lack of competition in club soccer, Bayern Munich started the German league by scoring a whopping eight goals.

The Bavarian club routed Schalke 8-0 Friday and it could have been more but for a slew of missed chances. After half an hour, Bayern was up 3-0. By then, it was only a matter of how many the team would score.

“The Bundesliga did not provide many arguments at the start that it should definitely continue to be watched — at least not when Bayern Munich is playing,” Berlin newspaper Der Tagesspiegel wrote. “The game was tediously boring.”

Bayern set these records against Schalke on

 Bayern set these records against Schalke on Bayern are picking up where they left off last season. The triple winner sets several records in the opening game against Schalke 04. © Provided by sport1.de Bayern set these records against Schalke on The season is not even 90 minutes old, and FC Bayern is already setting the next records. With a clear 8: 0 against FC Schalke 04, the triple winner achieved the highest victory in an opening Bundesliga game. Never before has a team scored eight goals in the opening games of the Bundesliga.

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Bayern Munich are football’s Howard Ratner in Uncut Gems, never satisfied with what they have, always hustling for the next big take. The return of the Bundesliga , a non-essential activity played out in sterile environs of the so-called ghost games, will look hasty and reckless to many.

Bayern has already won the last eight Bundesliga titles — a record — and last season it added the Champions League and German Cup, too.

On Friday, FIFA president Gianni Infantino pointed to Juventus winning the last nine Italian league titles when he talked about dominance.

“Do we really think the Italian league has been very exciting in the last 10 years, let’s say nine years?” Infantino asked after the FIFA Congress. “Do we really think that some other leagues have been really exciting in the last years? What kind of competition is that, where 90% of the teams want to arrive second, and not first? I don’t know. I’m asking myself that question.”

Star Canadian left back Alphonso Davies was on the bench but did not play in Bayern's season-opening rout. Coach Hansi Flick said Davies was dealing with a minor injury, and the Bundesliga website reported that the 19-year-old should be fit for Bayern's UEFA Super Cup match against Sevilla on Thursday.

Dortmund and Leipzig already resigned to a Bayern aiming for the pass of nine?

 Dortmund and Leipzig already resigned to a Bayern aiming for the pass of nine? © Panoramic A golden summer: an eighth consecutive league title and a triumph in the Champions League. It is therefore logical that Bayern Munich seem more invincible than ever in Germany. Dortmund and Leipzig do not even dare to say that they are playing for the title, before kick-off on Friday. In keeping with tradition, the defending champion opens the season at home at 8:30 p.m. in an advanced match against Schalke.

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Under Flick, who took over in November, Bayern has evolved into a relentless pressing machine, choking off opponents’ space and options, then bamboozling them with quick combination attacks.

The win over Schalke was Bayern’s 22nd in a row in all competitions, and the second in four games in which the team scored eight goals after the 8-2 rout of Barcelona in the Champions League.

Germany forward Leroy Sané joined in the off-season, strengthening an already fearsome offence with the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller and Serge Gnabry. Sané and Gnabry seemed to form an instant understanding. Sané scored one goal and set up two more for Gnabry, who scored a hat trick.

“We were getting hammered by Bayern before it was cool,” former Bundesliga club Hamburger SV joked on Twitter.

Bayern’s dominance including a goal from 17-year-old Jamal Musiala, the club’s youngest scorer.

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 Bundesliga: keeper Roman Bürki (29) from Borussia Dortmund praised long-standing rivals FC Bayern Munich in the highest tones before the direct duel in the German Supercup on Wednesday. © Provided by SPOX Roman Bürki from Borussia Dortmund, a few days before the direct duel in the German Supercup, praised long-standing rivals FC Bayern Munich in the highest tones. "I think it's the best team in the world," said Bürki in a media round on Thursday.

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Bayern could have met stronger opposition than hapless Schalke, now on a 17-game run without a win, but it’s hard to see if any other club can challenge Flick’s team.

“It’s currently probably the best team in the world, you have to say it,” Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc said of Bayern after his own team’s 3-0 win over Borussia Mönchengladbach on Saturday. “An example for all the others.”

Leipzig, which finished third behind Bayern and Dortmund last season, eased past Mainz 3-1 on Sunday, but few believe it has what it takes to dethrone the champions. And it’s a stretch to see any other contenders.

Bayern looks set to claim a record-extending ninth consecutive title, then a 10th, forcing fans to look to the Bundesliga’s relegation battles for excitement.

Bundesliga chief executive Christian Seifert warned in 2017 that it would become a problem “if Bayern Munich wins the title 10 or 15 times in a row.”

But it seems there’s no way of stopping the Bavarian behemoth.


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UEFA awards: Lewandowski, Bayern dominate annual honors .
In addition to the groups for the 2020-21 Champions League campaign, UEFA revealed the recipients of a bevy of season-ending awards during Thursday's ceremony in Geneva. Here are the winners of the various honors. Men's Player of the Year Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) The presumptive Ballon d'Or favorite prior to the scrapping of the 2020 installment, Robert Lewandowski capped a brilliant campaign by leading Bayern Munich to a Champions League title. The Polish international became one of only two players to capture a treble while leading all three competitions in scoring.

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