Bayern Munich Werder Bremen 0-1 Bundesliga

Bayern Munich – Werder Bremen: Tuchel Tremoring At The Table? (0-1)

Bayern Munich have been on a slippery slope for a while, but at what point do their worst fears come true? This clash could be a symbolic marker, losing more ground on the top spot with a sterile showing in the first half and a desperate but futile response that followed the break.
Tactical analysis and match report by Emmanuel Adeyemi-Abere.

No matter the state of their showings, Bayern Munich have not dipped under the Bundesliga bar of success for more than a decade. However, a worthy competitor might be able to dagger a dynasty in decline. Bayer Leverkusen, themselves wedded to a perennial pattern (of failure), sat seven points ahead of the champions at the outset of this game. The hosts have not been at the brilliant best of the past but still envision ending up in the top spot. Victories from such fixtures are an expectation.

Werder Bremen waned in the reverse fixture at the start of this season and have meandered through the year. Ole Werner's opening to his stint in the dugout is a remote memory from the middling status that the outfit now occupies. Six points above the drop zone and into a distance of double digits from the European places, their primary aim, having

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