Bayern Munich – Tigres: Comfortable Bayern Overcome Tigres In Club World Cup Final (1-0)

Tigres came into the match as underdogs and accordingly went for a direct approach in their attack. Bayern were on top for most of the game, although they struggled to exploit the spaces in Tigres’ midfield earlier on as they were unable to make the breakthroughs in the final third. Eventually, Benjamin Pavard put Hansi Flick’s side ahead and there was very little to worry about for the German team as the game progressed, with Tigres becoming more stretched as the game went on. 
Tactical analysis and match report by Josh Manley

Bayern Munich were ruthless in the Champions League last summer as they destroyed Chelsea, Barcelona and Lyon on their way to the final, where they managed a 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain to secure the trophy. Hansi Flick’s side also won the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal

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Josh Manley (21) is a student and aspiring coach. Heavily interested in tactics and strategy in football. Watching teams from all top European leagues, but especially Manchester United and Barcelona. [ View all posts ]


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