Bayern Munich – Borussia M’gladbach
Bayern Munich will try to make another huge step towards the Bundesliga title when they host Borussia M’gladbach at the Allianz Arena on Saturday. That’s going to be a very interesting match, so let’s preview it in these few paragraphs.
The win over Borussia Dortmund at the Signal Iduna Park put Bayern Munich in a pole position for the trophy. Right now the Bavarians are 7 points ahead of Dortmund and they rarely miss opportunities like this. Let’s not forget that Hansi Flick’s team looks unstoppable right now – five wins in the five games since the COVID-19 break.
Hansi Flick proved that he’s good enough to manage Bayern Munich. He replaced the sacked Niko Kovac and most people thought he’s just going to be a caretaker. But now the situation is different – Flick is leading Bayern Munich towards the title.
In their last game Bayern Munich proved their strenght again. The champions didn’t have an easy visit to Bayer Leverkusen, but they scored four times for a 4-2 win. Robert Lewandowski scored his 30th Bundesliga goal for the season, while Coman, Goretzka and Gnabry scored as well. This version of Bayern Munich looks really good, there’s no doubt about this.
Borussia M’gladbach are not a weak team, though. Actually, they are a Champions League contender, fighting for a place in Top 4. At this moment M’gladbach are 4th with 56 points, so their goal is to keep their place among the first four. The problem is that they are playing at the Allianz Arena next.
The manager Marco Rose has one big problem before the next game and that’s Alassane Plea’s suspension. The French striker have scored 10 goals in the Bundesliga so far, but he was sent off during the visit to Freiburg last Friday. He’s going to be missed.
That’s the preview for the clash between Bayern Munich and Borussia M’gladbach on Saturday. Another step towards the title for M’gladbach? We won’t be surprised.