Berlin, Sept. 30 (BUS): Bayern’s record 10th consecutive title may be the easiest of all, says an Associated Press report.
Munich’s side are sailing undefeated at the top of the league table under new coach Julian Nagelsmann and rivals from last season in disarray.
Sure, it’s too early – they’ve played only six of their 34 games – but other Bundesliga teams have long relied on Bayern making mistakes, and there’s no sign of that.
That could be a problem for the Bundesliga. Bayern won their last nine matches under Nagelsmann in all competitions and scored at least three goals in each match, including 3-1 over Borussia Dortmund in the German Super Cup and eliminating Leipzig 4-1 in the league.
Robert Lewandowski has already scored 13 goals from nine games and is on track to match his record 41 in the Bundesliga last season.
The Champions League group stage will not be a distraction for much longer after Bayern started with a 3-0 win over Barcelona and followed up on Wednesday by beating Dynamo Kiev 5-0 even though they rarely played at full strength.
Unfortunately, Nagelsmann said Bayern is still far from the best.
“We can improve and we want to do that,” he told DAZN radio after the Dynamo game. Bayern’s next challenger is Eintracht Frankfurt on Sunday. All is not well in the other big clubs in Germany.