The Bayern Munich machine is just a win away from being crowned Bundesliga Champions for the 2020/21 season. It will be the German giants 9th title in a row, taking their total number of Bundesliga titles to a whopping 30! After the win against Leverkusen , it is almost inevitable that Munich will be crowned Bundesliga champions.
All going to plan 💪
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) April 20, 2021
Bayern would be crowned Bundesliga Champions, with a win against Mainz who are currently hanging right above the relegation play-off spots. The Bavarians defence has suffered a little this season due to injuries and the high line Flick depolys. They have the 5th defence in the league but their attack has blown the competition out of the water. Munich have had the best attack in the league and have scored 85 goals in 30 matches so far at a rate of 2.8 goals per game.
— Thomas Müller (@esmuellert_) April 20, 2021
It will be Hansi Flick’s second title in his short but world-class stint at the helm of Bayern Munich, as he will most likely take the Germany job after Loew’s departure.
Hansi Flick, who was appointed Bayern coach back in 2019 has not put foot wrong since his appointment will be a tough man to replace. His tactics and game plan have made the Bavarians an even more ruthless winning machine, even though they lost to PSG this time around in the Champions League.
🎙️ #Flick: "We have started the countdown. We have five games left to play and we want to get closer to the title in each one. We took an important step towards that on the weekend. Now we must focus on the next game."
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) April 19, 2021
It seems like the most likely person to replace Flick at Bayern’s helm is Julian Nagelsmann, who is also being linked to the Tottenham job after Mourinho’s sacking. Nagelsmann has shown a lot of promise already in his young managerial career and is destined for big things. Him at Bayern Munich is frankly a terrifying prospect and he could surely bring the 10th Bundesliga title to Bavaria with ease.
It will brilliant sight though to watch Flick’s Bayern Munich be crowned Bundesliga champions and deservedly so too. The German side has probably been one of the most dominant clubs over the last two years further fueling the hate that fans have for the uber successful Bavarian club.