Bayern Munich FC

Bayern Munich FC Information
League German Bundesliga
Location Munich, Germany
Founded 1900
Official Website http://www.fcbayern.t-com.de

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James hat trick, Davies scores first goal as Bayern hit Mainz for six

Bayern MunichMainz60FTGame DetailsLive football odds with bet365. Bet Now »GameCastLineups and StatsJames Rodriguez celebrates his hat trick.James Rodriguez scored a hat trick for Bayern Munich, while Alphonso Davies scored his first goal for the club in a 6-0 win over Mainz.Goals from Robert Lewandowski, Rodriguez and Kingsley Coman gave the hosts a commanding lead in the first half, before the Colombian added another two goals after the break and substitute Davies scored his first for the German champions.Bayern coach Niko Kovac was under pressure to deliver a convincing win after his side were knocked out of the Champions League...

Bayern Munich and Bundesliga can't compete with Europe's elite - Kovac

ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein explains how Bayern's downward trend since the departure of Pep Guardiola came to a head in their defeat to Liverpool. The FC crew answer your tweets on the wind factor at Goodison Park, the most intriguing title race in Europe, how good Gerard Pique is and more. World Cup or Champions League? Dirk Nowitzki or Lebron James? We put Manuel Neuer on the spot. Germany's Manuel Neuer says while Germany had their struggles in 2018, the latter stages in the UEFA Nations League they showed progress leading into 2019. In an exclusive with ESPN FC, Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer makes no excuses when asked about his side's Bundesliga campaign.  Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac has claimed his side can't compete with Europe's elite clubs after their Champions League exit at the hands of Liverpool.On Wednesday, Bayern failed to make the Champions League quarterfinals for the first time since 2011 as they wrapped up a hugely disappointing campaign by Bundesliga clubs at Europe's top level.Editors' PicksESPN FC's experts ranked the best men's players and managers in world football. Check it out.On Feb. 8, a fire at an uninspected youth dorm at Flamengo killed 10 young players. How?- Follow Transfer Talk LIVE- Fantasy: Set lineups, check scores!Over the course of just four weeks, the remaining Bundesliga clubs -- Bayern, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke 04 -- all fell at the first knockout stage...

Honigstein: Bayern's regression brutally exposed by Liverpool

ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein explains how Bayern's downward trend since the departure of Pep Guardiola came to a head in their defeat to Liverpool.

Champions League still belongs to Ronaldo and Messi despite Premier League's strong showing

So, English football is back, capped by Liverpool's victory in Munich on Wednesday night, but is the Premier League ready, once again, to dominate the Champions League? With four English clubs reaching the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2008-09 season, we may be on the cusp of a new period of European domination by the richest league in the world. Just don't expect that to begin without Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi having something to say about it.The Champions League round...

Bayern Munich's humiliation vs. Liverpool must lead to change

Steve Nicol credits Liverpool for their return to the final eight of the Champions League, despite not playing to the high standard they set last season. Early exchanges at post-match press conferences are often anodyne affairs, but on Wednesday night an ashen-faced Niko Kovac was immediately confronted with the most important, most uncomfortable question his team's 3-1 defeat had raised."What was your idea for the game?"Kovac's reply spoke volumes. The 47-year-old started by congratulating Liverpool for being the "better team," then went on to say that Bayern's tactics were to employ a "controlled offensive" in recognition of their opponents'...

Liverpool's Champions League progress down to Van Dijk, the game's most expensive defender

Steve Nicol credits Liverpool for their return to the final eight of the Champions League, despite not playing to the high standard they set last season. MUNICH -- It takes an extra-special player to inspire a team to Champions League glory, and during this decade, it has usually been Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi who has been the difference in terms of elevating his side above the rest. Only twice since 2010 has a team without Ronaldo or Messi won the Champions League -- Chelsea in 2012 and Bayern Munich in 2013 -- and it will take a great team, or an outstanding player, to prevent one of them from claiming another winners' medal this season.But...