Apparently, the Blaugranas lost 3-0 in their first Champions League game in 2021-2022, as Bayern Munich comfortably trashed them at Camp Nou last night. The Bavarians keep showing they are better than the Catalans, having seen their head-to-head statistics in Europe. Of course, Barcelona tried their best, but Bayern Munich are endowed with many brilliant and experienced players.
Bayern Munich are planning for life after Robert Lewandowski whose contract expires in 2023. The Polish striker joined Bayern Munich from Borussia Dortmund in 2014 and has been an icon for the club due to his contribution. According to a report from Paolo Bargiggia, Bayern Munich are eyeing Victor Osimhen as his replacement.
The 21/22 UEFA Champions League campaign is set to kick off Tuesday, September 14 as we will get to see Barcelona face Bayern Munich at the Camp Nou by 8:00 pm. Both teams have met a couple of times in the UEFA Champions League over the years, as the last time they met the Bavarians defeated Barcelona 8-2 in the Quarter Finals of the competition.
Bayern Munich Bayern munich have been one of the best football clubs in the world for a while now. The Bavarians won the German Bundesliga last season and are once more favorites to clinch it again this season as they currently occupy the same spot on the table as they did at this same stage last season.
Barcelona is one of the most successful clubs in the history of the beautiful game. The club has given us Cruyff's Dream Team, peak Ronaldinho, Pep's Juego de posición inspired the style of play and most recently, one of football's all-time greats, Lionel Messi.
Obviously, Bayern Munich aren't slowing down in gathering enough reinforcements, to balance up their squad next season.And, they have officially announced their next head coach, since Hansi Flick will be leaving the Bavarians by the end of the season.The Bundesliga's side still remains one of the most resourceful teams, in Europe top-5 leagues.
Bayern Munich is one of the top clubs that are monitoring Antonio Rudiger's contract situation at Chelsea, as Goal reported that the Bavarians recently met with the player's agent to discuss the possibility of a summer move. Having said that, it does not mean it is certain that the German international will leave Chelsea as negotiations are currently ongoing.
Lionel Messi, Robert Lewandowski, and Jorginho are all legitimate contenders for the Ballon d'Or this year. Almost everyone in the football world agrees that Robert Lewandowski deserves to win the Ballon d'Or in 2020. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the award was canceled.
Robert Lewandowski has continued to dazzle in the German Bundesliga as the Polish International has been scoring goals non stop since the start of the 2020/21 season.
When the new Bundesliga season begins, Bayern Munich will go all out for their 10th consecutive Bundesliga title. The Bavarians have had a stranglehold on the league since the 2012/2013 season, winning every league title since then. They are the most successful German team, with 31 league titles, and they will seek to extend that impressive record this season.
Earlier yesterday, the draws for the UEFA Champions League Quarter final stage was made and the 8 best teams have been given their respective opponents.
"He scores in farmers' league", so they say, but there's no denying the fact that there might have been some great strikers over the years, but Robert Lewandowski has to be one of, if not the finest striker of this generation.
Robert Lewandowski has cemented his position as one of the game's best strikers. In 13 of his 18 professional seasons, the Polish superstar has scored at least 10 goals. The most awe-inspiring chapter in Lewandowski's career has probably been with Bayern Munich. In 331 games, Lewandowski has scored 297 goals and has won everything there is to win at the club, both individually and collectively.
Barcelona started their UEFA Champions League campaign on a really poor and disappointing note as they suffered a 3-0 defeat to Bundesliga Giants Bayern Munich at the Camp Nou Stadium. The Bavarians got the better of Barcelona again as goals from Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski (Twice) steered them to a comfortable win in their first UCL fixture this season.
Until only a few weeks ago, it seemed Bayern Munich would only be in the market for two new central defenders this summer after David Alaba and Jerome Boateng depart.Now, though, it appears that Bayern Munich will need to find their next manager too, following Hansi Flick’s public admission that he wants to leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the season.
FC Bayern's exit from the Uefa Champions League has no doubt come as a shocker to fans across the world.The Bavarians went into the second leg quarter final fixture looking to overturn the scoreline after a 2-3 loss at home last week.They were once again without star-striker Robert Lewandowski but they still looked more than capable of creating something spectacular with the calibre of stars in their lineup.
After Lewandowski Scored A Hat-trick, See The Record He Set And The Record He Needs Six Goals To Set
Polish Striker, Robert Lewandowski on countless occasions had proven that he is arguably one of the best striker in the game called football.Scoring goals to him is more like a birthright and he has been showing us that he is on a league of his own.
Robert Lewandowski has been in very fine form this season already racking up 40 goals in the German Bundesliga and champions League this season.Having picked up a knock on international duty with Poland, his side Bayern Munich have been forced to endure some games without his killer presence up front.
Bayern Munich have successfully retained the Bundesliga title after Borrusia Dortmund beat RB Leipzig 3-2 to ensure that the Bavarians can't be caught on points anymore.RB Leipzig were the closest to Bayern Munich on the league table but having lost to Dortmund, they are now seven points behind the league leaders with two games left for them in the league which mathematically makes the Bavarians Champions of Germany.
The Paris Saint Germain and the Bayern Munich played in the quarter-finals second leg of the Champions League at the Parc des Princes.After winning among the Germans (3 - 2), the French only need a draw or lose a goal to see the Big Ears Cup semifinals.