The Bavaria team dominated the 2020/21 season. Under the leadership of Hansi Flick, Bayern finished second in the league, ahead of RB Leipzig by 13 points and Borussia Dortmund with 14 points. This was the club’s ninth consecutive league title from Allianz Arena. Furthermore, Robert Lewandowski set a new record in the German Bundesliga, scoring 41 goals in a single season. On the way to defending the championship, the first challenger to the country’s champion will be Borussia Moenchengladbach.
Bayern Munich – Borussia Monchengladbach. Changes during the popup
The previous season for Borussia was not successful. Three defeats in the last five matches meant the club was unable to advance to the European Cups, and lost it to seventh place, which was rewarded by participating in the qualifying rounds of the European Conference League. Union Berlin was happy to be promoted to the cups.
During the summer there were many changes at Mönchengladbach. Former coach Marco Rose moved to Borussia Dortmund, and was replaced on the bench by former Eintracht Frankfurt coach Adi Hütter. As for transfers, Hans Wolff of Leipzig and Luca Nitze of Hertha Berlin made their way to Borussia-Park. After 10 years, Oscar Wendt, who joined the Swedish IFK Göteborg, said goodbye to the team.
There was also a change on the bench at Bayern Munich. Hansi Flick, who became the new manager of the German national team, was replaced by former RB Leipzig coach, Julian Nagelsmann. The Bavarians provided a special reinforcement – the Dayot Upamecano hit the Allianz Arena. David Alaba (Real Madrid), Javi Martinez (Qatar) and Jerome Boateng bid farewell to the team.
Bayern Munich – Borussia Monchengladbach. Where and when do you watch?
The history of the duels between Bayern Munich and Borussia Monchengladbach supports the Bavarians, who have achieved 51 wins, 29 draws and 26 losses. Last season in Borussia Park the hosts won 3-2, and in the return match Bayern crushed their opponent as much as 6-0.
The German Football League match between Bayern Munich and Borussia Moenchengladbach will start on Friday 13 August at 20:30. The meeting will be broadcast on the Viaplay platform. We also invite you to follow the text report on Sport.pl and in the Sport.pl LIVE mobile application.
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