• Have German clubs dethroned their Spanish counterparts as the dominant force in European football?

    Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund made it to the Champions League final at the expense of Barcelona and Real Madrid, but is this the start of a German strangehold on European club football?
  • Bayern Munich Crushed Barcelona Messi....lessly

    Wembley would be experiencing the German Machine, German Efficiency and all German finals on the 25th May. Last night signalled the end of an era for the Spaniard clubs and witnessed the beginning of another dynasty in the football world. Bayern Munich eliminated Barcelona in a humiliating fashion – 3 goals from Arjen Robben, own goal by Gerrad Pique, and Thomas Muller ensured that the Bavarian qualified with 7-0 aggregate. Barcelona started off dominating as is their usually style, but their attack looked anything but sharp without their maestro Lionel Messi. The first half end in stalemate and it was safe to say that the Germans were 45 minutes away from the glorious Wembley show down.
  • UEFA Champions League :Dortmund Ends Madrid Dream – Wembley Bound

    For a club that was in financial difficulty some few years back, not necessarily a traditional super power in Europe - this is more than a dream achievement for the “Yellow Blacks. Jorgen Klopp would not have imagined that he would take club to the pinnacle of all competitions when he assumed office in 2008. Dortmund scaled through to the finals of the UEFA Champions league finals since their first 16 years ago - when they defeated a star studded Juventus team that had Zinedine Zidane in the finals of the same competition. Their victory however was not without a scare as Madrid left it late to win 2-0 - goals from Karim Benzema and Sergio Ramos were not enough to see them through as they were already down by 4-1 in the first leg.
  • Bundesliga News: Bayern Munich Showed No Messi to Barcelona

    Bayern Munich massacred the used be invincible Barcelona in the epic first leg encounter at the Allianz Arena. Prior to the game, this was meant to be the main litmus test for the newly crowned Bundesliga champion, but the Bavarians were not stretched and showed the incredible form they have displayed since the start of the season. Goals from Thomas Muller who had a brace scoring in each half, Arjen Robben and Super Mario Gomez put the German in a very favourable position ahead of the second leg .the victory puts them on the brink of another . ...
  • FC Bayern Munich: Why The Bavarians Can Beat FC Barcelona

    FC Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona are set to clash in an epic UEFA Champions League semi-final. Here's why the German Giants can claim victory.
  • Bayern Munich Showed Class – Eased Into The Semi Final

    Bayern Munich demonstrated last night why they are the true favourite to win this year‘s Uefa Champions League Cup in Wembley Stadium London. The Bavarian defeated current Serie A league leaders Juventus 2-0 to secure a convincing 4-0 aggregate. The visitors had to resist the initial onslaught of the Juventus who want to get an early goal to boost their chances. The Turin based team needed to score at least two goals to turn things in their favours. Juventus began the game firing from all cylinders – It was Mirko Vucinic who tried Manuel Neuer within 2 minutes of the game starting. Bayern Munich struggled to get their rhythm initially and Mario Mandzukic picked up a yellow card that will rule him out of the next game. Phillip Lahm who has been very instrument to the Munich’s success founded Mandzukic whose close range effort was deflected by a defender
  • Bayern Munich So Super - The New Champions

    Bayern Munich wrapped the title pursuit in an enviable fashion over the weekend when the pipped host Eintracht Frankfurt by 1-0 in well earned victory. The 22nd Bundesliga title did not come to them on a platter of gold as the Eagles put in a relentless display and made the champion worked hard for their victory. Bein Schweinsteiger sublime finish came in the second half of the game. Bayern Munich got a grip of the game quite early as they dominated possession,even though the host were without their captain Permin Schweglar and top goal scorer Alex Mier, they were content with Bayern dominating possession while they were just doing enough to contain the attacking onslaught of their opponents. The host had a rare chance through Karim Matmour but could not make the opportunity count, however Swiss international Xherdan Shaqiri rattled the bar with a fierce shot which could have open the goal feast early in the game.
  • Augsburg Has Got Their Groove Back

    Relegation threatened Bavarian club Augsburg seem to have found the winning formula in the second half of the season. It was almost looking like a foregone conclusion that they would be going down at the end of the season, but history is repeating itself again as they are suddenly showing some signs resilience. By December they had only amassed a total of 9 points together with fellow bottom placedd SG Furth. The team is now playing with so much confidence that they are winning games away from home. Victories over Dusseldorf, Werder Bremen and Hamburg has announced their presence and sent message to other teams that they are not in the league to make the numbers. They are still currently five point adrift from Dusseldorf but if their recent form is anything to consider, they seem capable of not just avoiding relegation but have respectable finish at the end of the season.
  • Bayern Munich Simply Unstoppable

    Bayern Munich is looking unstoppable at the moment, 20 point margin ahead of last season’s champion Burussia Dortmund is already a statement to teams that they have arrived. The Bavarians are in the best form in a very long time. If they eventually win the league which is looking very likely, it will be a very good end for Jupp Heynckes and a good way to welcome Pepp Guardiola. They have extended their superlative form to Europe, even though they lost to Arsenal in disappointing home loss, they bounced back by defeating Leverkusen in a tight and keenly contested game. Bayern have a huge depth in squad that they can reproduce a strong team from the bench.