Bayern Munich

Watch Germany's Two Glorious Goals From Their 3-0 Win Over Slovakia

The world champions have awoken in France, and the rest of the field have been warned. Germany’s comprehensive 3-0 victory over Slovakia in their round of 16 encounter gave evidence to the brilliance, balance and cohesion this German side is able to muster. 

Jerome Boateng scored a wonderful opening goal in the eighth minute, Mario gomez added a second in the 43rd and Julian Draxler capped a superb individual performance with Germany’s third in the 63rd minute. 

Manuel Neuer Is Not Just A World-Class Keeper. He's The 11th Outfield Player For Germany And Bayern Munich

When Manuel Neuer continuously came hurtling out of goal against Algeria at the 2014 World Cup, most experts questioned the sanity of such a tactic. Obviously Germany would eventually be punished for holding such a preposterously high defensive line and for allowing their goalkeeper so many touches of the ball. 

Bayern Fend Off Determined Dortmund To Win DFB Pokal

Bayen Munich have won the DFB Pokal for a record 18th time.

Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich played out an intense and draining DFB Pokal final that ended up having to go to extra time.

As expected Bayern dominated the possession and the shot count, but Dortmund would not give in to their bitter rivals and refused to back down. 

Philipp Lahm's Brilliance Is Highlighted By Germany's Newfound Struggles

When Germany announced their preliminary squad for Euro 2016, the accompanying names were a comforting who’s who of Die Mannschaft familiarity. There’s good old hulking center forward Mario Gomez, the ageless but totally aging Bastian Schweinsteiger and footballer turned living memorial, Lukas Podolski.

Alongside the talents of Thomas Muller, Mesut Ozil, Manuel Neuer and Jerome Boateng, this is a side that should certainly be favorites to win Euro 2016 as the reigning world champions.

Bayern Munich Pulls Off Two Transfer Steals, Reestablishes Itself As The King Of Germany

A week after Bayern Munich was knocked out of the Champions League, ending their hunt for the one trophy capable of satisfying them, the club has announced they have signed both Mats Hummels from Borussia Dortmund and Renato Sanches from SL Benfica. The transfers, both reportedly worth around €35 million, are a reminder that Bayern Munich are still the kings of Germany, and arguably the highest profile club in the world. Order, you could say, has been restored.

Champions League Semi-Final Goals - May 3, 2016

Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid faced off today in the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals. Atletico Madrid took a 1-0 aggregate lead into Allianz Arena, however 31 minutes in, Xabi Alonso's free kick equalized that advantage. Antoine Griezmann's 54th minute goal tied the match at 1 and gave Atleti the lead on aggregate. Lewandowski added a header in the 74th, but Griezmann's goal was the tiebreaker. Atletico advance to the finals and await the winner of Manchester City and Real Madrid. 

Bayern Munich vs. Atletico Madrid

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Bayern Will Lay Siege To Atletico In The 2nd Leg Of The UCL Semi-Finals

Leicester City have won the Premier League, and the unfortunate job of being the follow up act to the greatest sports story of our time falls to Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid, and if I’m being honest, the second leg of this tie doesn’t stand much of a chance against expectations like that.

Bayern Munich's Bundesliga Title Celebrations On Snapchat Are Going To Be Epic

Bayern Munich can claim their fourth consecutive Bundesliga title by defeating Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday, and they’ve handed over the keys to their Snapchat account to German electronic music producer Paul Kalkbrenner to document the action.

We Thought Atletico Madrid vs. Bayern Munich Would Be Boring. We Were Wrong

I would like to begin this article by formally walking back every single thing I predicted for the Atletico Madrid vs. Bayern Munich Champions League semi-final this morning. I was wrong, and I am sorry. The game was not boring. It was exciting, and it featured one of the best solo goals, especially considering the stakes, you'll see all year.

Champions League Semi Final Goals - April 27, 2016

From the first few minutes, we already knew this match was going to be much better than yesterday's. With a group of supporters backing Bayern, they held 74% of the possession, however Saúl Ñíguez's Messi esque goal in the 11th minute was a blow to the visitors. The hard fought match would end in a 1 - 0 victory for Madrid. The second leg for Atletico and Bayern will be on May 3, while Real Madrid take on Manchester City the following day. 

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