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Bayern Munich is in very destructive form last time. In round eight they will host Werder Bremen at home, against bayern Munich who have won five in a row, it probably won’t be too difficult for them to take all three points in this match.
The draw before Sevilla or the defeat to Hoffenheim no longer when Bayern Munich quickly resumed their winning streak in all competitions and stretched to 10. Not only that, they also prove that they have returned to the image and status of a terminator like a few months ago when they were winning very jubilantly in the past.
Bayern Munich play at home in the next leg of the 2020/21 Bundesliga, their goal still nothing more than victories despite having to face any opponents at the moment and Werder Bremen will not be the right team. This comes from a variety of perspectives such as the level and form in which Bayern Munich is overwhelmingly superior to Werder Bremen. Not to mention Werder Bremen also showed weakness every time they came as a guest against Bayern Munich regardless of the time or circumstances. Moreover, Werder Bremen’s kicking style is only average against medium-sized opponents, so it is difficult for them to maintain that against a big man with an overwhelming style of play like Bayern Munich. So a jubilant win for Bayern Munich would be the scenario many people think of for this clash.
Bayern Munich’s attacking line has always shown a very high scoring form and destruction against any opponent from any level of play, so they still have overwhelming victories regardless of whether the defence is playing badly and getting many goals.
The addition of Leroy Sane and the steady form of the names that took them to the top of Europe last year made Bayern even more in fear. 27 goals in the first seven rounds is the clearest proof. The defence was only playing at a good level but it wasn’t too bad to cost Bayern against their opponents.
On the other side of the line, Werder Bremen have made some progress this season but most of their last games have resulted in a draw. Thereby proving that although there has been more or less promotion and improvement, the nature of Werder Bremen still lacks quite a lot of boom in his gameplay.
Despite losing only one game since the start of the season like Bayern, Bremen drew a lot with four games ending in ine league. Finishing well is one of the styles of play for this team but the number of goals they received after the first seven rounds was quite modest with only nine goals. The defence, meanwhile, played well when they lost nine goals, but it would be a disadvantage against a goal-thirsty bayern. Bremen’s ability to resist marginal attacking situations will need to improve. Along with that is personal errors. Two of the team’s deadly weaknesses.
Bayern Munich: M. Neuer, A. Davies, L. Hernandez, D. Alaba, B. Pavard, L. Goretzka, J. Kimmich, S. Gnabry, L. Sane, K. Coman, R. Lewandowski.
Werder Bremen: J. Pavlenka, M. Friedl, N. Moisander, M. Veljkovic, T. elassie, D. Klaassen, K. Vogt, M. Eggestein, Y. Osako, D. Selke, F. Bartels.