The specter of the crisis was absent from Bayern Munich in the past ten years during its domination of the German Football League title, even when it was wasting points, but with its decline to fifth place after seven games, the alarm sounded, perhaps in the corridors of the Bavarian club, as the wounded team hosts its rival Bayer Leverkusen. Fifteenth place (5 points) today, Friday, in the opening of the eighth stage competitions, with the wheel of competitions returning to rotation after a two-week hiatus due to the international window, with a record free of victories since mid-August, a situation that has not been used for many years. The newcomer, Senegalese striker Mane, who is “silent” about scoring, reflects a clear picture of Bayern’s suffering, as the former Liverpool star was unable to score in the last five matches, while he scored five goals in his first six matches since his arrival in Bavaria. In turn, Leverkusen is going through a difficult period, as it won only one orphan match out of seven, while it drew in two and lost in four, and was also eliminated from the first rounds of the local cup.

On the other hand, the leaders Union Berlin is living its best era, and with the passage of 7 stages, the capital club tops the Trip with 17 points, and it will be a guest on Saturday against Eintracht Frankfurt seventh (11 points), and there will be several confrontations in the 8th round of the “Bundesliga.” » Perhaps the most important of them is the confrontations between Leipzig and Bochum, and Werder Bremen and its guest Borussia Mönchengladbach.


Leaders Paris Saint-Germain will welcome Nice at its Parc des Princes stadium, in the first confrontation of coach Christophe Galtier against his former team since his arrival in the French capital, in the ninth stage of the local league, tomorrow, Saturday. Strasbourg will host Rennes. The front three, composed of Kylian Mbappe, Brazilian Neymar and Argentine Lionel Messi, scored 27 goals this season in all competitions for the club, and all of them found their way to the net during the last international window.

Despite their strong start to the league with seven wins and a draw, Galtier’s men are only two points ahead of traditional rivals Marseille, who is in second place, and the southern team will have the opportunity to take the lead and put pressure on Saint-Germain when they cut the bar on Friday against their fourteenth host Angers.

By Editor

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