Three observations from Bayern Munich’s 3-2 win against Hertha Berlin

The Bundesliga refs did their best to let Bayern Munich drop points against a pesky Hertha Berlin side who didn’t do as well as the team that was part of the League’s Basement Boy™. Bayern Munich managed to take a 3-2 record against a smaller team from Berlin and now go to the top of the table. Goals from Jamal Musiala and the legendary Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (x2) were close to denying Dodi Lukebakio and Davie Selke’s efforts from the same spot. What were the tickets from today’s game?

That’s Gotta Hertha!

As I said before, for a team in the bottom half of the Bundesliga, Hertha made the usual attack and gave Bayern all the problems, Dodi Lukebakio among them. Man, this guy really has something against us and no one knows why. However, Hertha attacked mainly on the wings and got good scoring chances from them and got two before half-time, both times Bayern were carelessly caught. The fact that they could not bring the capital in these accidents was the saving grace of Bayern as everyone looked exhausted, and only in November. I wonder why that is.

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FIFA are indirectly pushing the players to their goals

A major international football tournament in mid-season has always held a bad reputation, but now everyone can see the toll it takes on national team players at club level. Teams are forced to play games in a shorter period of time resulting in an interval of at least three days between games. The increased workload means a higher chance of picking up an injury, and it seems Alphonso Davies and Leon Goretzka could do that.

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Everyone is starting to hear their disapproval of the World Cup, which will start in about two weeks. This is evident in today’s game where a large banner reading “Boycott Qatar 2022” was displayed. FIFA really needs to rethink its approach to these tournaments so that its dignity can take a hit as things stand.

Bayern are the architects of their own downfall

I would say that we were made by the ref and the VAR, which happened to the players playing for Hertha, as if they were playing with the laces of each shoe tied to the other, but this time I will take a different approach. Bayern simply need to put the game to bed before the other teams have any chance of doing so. Bayern will not always go back with their inability to kill games, with the Champions League resuming next year. This phenomenon needs to be addressed seriously because things are killing us for our games.

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