FC Bayern, Deutscher Meis7er!
Bouncing back from a loss-draw streak is Bayern Munich and its thrashing of Wolfsburg on Sunday (Manila time) with an impressive scoreline of 0-6 (Alaba, two from Lewandowski, Robben, Mueller and Kimmich).
For Asian fans like the Mia San Manila family, waking up to a 2-3 scoreline in favor of Borussia Dortmund leaves a bitter taste in the mouth for the rest of the day that no tapsilog and hot coffee can ever shut. Losing to the boys from North Rhine-Westphalia means that Bayern is only gunning for one silverware come June which is the Bundesliga. As of this writing, the Bavarians are eight points clear at the top of the table followed by Liepzig, Dortmund and Hoffenheim respectively.
Going to the Allianz Arena if you are an opponent is a pleasurable, proud feeling as you will be playing against one of the strongest, consistent football clubs in the world. On the flip-side, in a spell-binding arena like this, a possibility of getting slaughtered awaits — defeat is imminent.
On one side, it is an absolute treat, a delight of great heights if you come here as a supporter.
What a week!
From an exhausting penalty shootout for a Pokal victory, a fun celebration in Munich to the signing of Bayern Academy alum Mats Hummels — welcome to the world of Die Roten!