Bayern could make something historic this year. Ironically, it is against the great contender of recent years that this masterpiece should succeed.
Regarding the top of the Bundesliga, Thomas Muller thought of great cinema with a happy ending. “It’s a scenario,” said the original Bavarian player before the first match against him. Borussia Dortmund.
“It could be something really special for us as a team and with our fans.” Bayern Munich can face the perpetual rival Munich They complete their 10th consecutive championship on their own court on Saturday. A Hollywood director who sympathizes deeply with Byrne could not have come up with a better idea.
Muller said the Munich team could “make something historic” and explained after days of frustration in Bavaria: “I don’t think there have been ten consecutive championships from a team in the top five leagues. Accordingly, we’re really hot on it.” Serie A titles between 2012 and 2020. No team in the top European leagues has managed to score more in a row.
Nagelsmann is in a good mood again
Looking at the confrontation, coach Julian Nagelsmann was also in a good mood after a tough week of football. The anticipation could be seen in the 34-year-old who was joking at Bielefeld. “It’s a good coincidence that this doesn’t happen very often,” Nagelsmann said. “We are looking forward to it.” Thanks to the 3-0 win over Armenia Bielefeld after an own goal by Jacob Lorsen and goals by Serge Gnabry and Jamal Musiala, Bayern will be able to win the 32nd championship by beating Dortmund with three games remaining.
“Only Bayern will be German champions,” the fans at the guest block chanted in pain and you would certainly be right – even if a game in Dortmund has yet to happen. Despite all the league pride, the international Champions League quarter-final knockout against Villarreal still affected Bayern.
“Honestly, you still have that in the back of your mind,” said Joshua Kimmich, who shone at Bielefeld with a solid performance and superb passes to the top. “Of course we are still disappointed, that’s clear,” said goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. The goalkeeper added: “But what do you want to do differently? You have to look forward.”
contracts Lewandowski and Co as an ongoing theme
While Neuer meant above all things sporting on the field, this slogan has another meaning for those in charge of Bayern these days. The contracts of many stars expire in the summer of 2023, and, as usual, rumors have long circulated about their future – especially the future of world footballer Robert Lewandowski.
Recently there has been speculation about Barcelona’s farewell. Bavaria However, CEO Oliver Kahn ruled out a premature change this summer. At Easter, Kahn confirmed in Sport1’s “double pass”, which is natural given the performance of the 33-year-old Lewandowski: “We want him to stay at Bayern Munich for as long as possible.” The Bavarians in exchange with the Poles.
The same with Mueller, and the statements of those involved indicate that there may be an agreement soon. According to “Bild”, Bayern are extending the contract for another two years.
“Both sides want it and I think a good solution will be found at the end of the day,” said offensive tackle Mueller in the Catacombs at Bielefeld about contract talks. In his typical way, the 32-year-old added with a smile: “But how, when, and where: you’ll find out later.” Maybe after next weekend’s tournament.
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