Munich receives Bundesliga ‘letter of support’

The Bundesliga has written a ‘letter of support’ for Munich, who are having their ‘worst year ever’.

On May 5, the Bundesliga published an article on its official website titled “5 reasons why Munich can beat Lazio” ahead of the UEFA Champions League match at the Allianz Arena on May 6 at 5:00 a.m. KST.

The message was a pep talk for the Bavarians, who are facing “the worst locker room atmosphere” since Tuchel’s resignation, “disorganized player management” with Kim Min-jae on the bench, and a situation that has left them far from the title race, but still capable of beating Lazio.

The first factor was Harry ‘King Kane’ Kane.

“Harry Kane’s incredible form in the Bundesliga has taken Bayern fans by surprise, with 27 goals already in his debut season in the Bundesliga, challenging Robert Lewandowski’s record for most goals in a season. Kane will be expected to showcase his brilliance once again on the Champions League stage.”

Lewandowski joined Barcelona in 2022 after a breakout 2021 season in the Bundesliga, scoring 43 goals in a single season. After a season without a striker due to unsuccessful negotiations over a salary increase, Munich finally signed Kane to fill the void.

The second factor is the Allianz Arena. Bayern have proven their home strength in the UEFA Champions League at the Allianz Arena, going unbeaten at home in 13 consecutive matches and averaging over three goals per game. With the second leg at home, Lazio, who played in the Conference League last season, should be a tough opponent to beat.

The third factor is Tuchel’s parting gift. It was reported that coach Thomas Tuchel wanted to say goodbye to the team in a meaningful way. Of course, there are no problems with the club (board of directors), although it seems more likely that the opposite is true due to the internal discord within the team.

The fourth factor is Lazio’s weakness away from home. Lazio have won two and lost three of their last five away games. Their away record this season is 7-10-1, with a 1-2 record 스포츠토토 in the UCL. This doesn’t really mean much.

However, the last factor, the importance of experience, is worth noting. The difference in experience between Bayern and Lazio is clear. Bayern has been performing consistently well in recent years, including winning the competition in 2020. Lazio, on the other hand, returned to the Champions League after the 2020-21 season. They’re familiar with the tournament, but it’s been a while since they’ve faced a big European opponent.

Not all of these five factors are objectively valid, but can Munich, the favorite of the Bundesliga and the entire German soccer fanbase, defeat Lazio and put their infighting to rest for a while? The match is scheduled to take place on June 6 at 5:00 a.m. ET.

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