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Tactical analysis TSG Hoffenheim - Bayern Munich 1-3- Bundesliga

The second half of the Bundesliga campaign started with a match between two top teams, both with a rather unsatisfying first half of the season. An improved balance with a new midfield trio saw Bayern Munich completely dominate the first half. TSG Hoffenheim awoke after Nagelsmann’s tactical adjustment, but could not turn the game around. […]

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Tactical analysis Eintracht Frankfurt Bayern Munich Bundesliga

After surviving Eintracht Frankfurt’s thunderous start, Bayern Munich got a well-deserved win. The high-flying home side initially caused the visitors significant problems with their pressing game, but Bayern managed to overcome this with a mix of tactical adjustments and individual skill. Tactical analysis and match report by Rowdy Nossent. Eintracht Frankfurt can look back on […]

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With a switch to a 4-4-2 formation, Ralf Rangnick’s Leipzig effectively pressed Bayern and prevented them from advancing to the final third and creating chances. Bayern turned the tables by bringing on Renato Sanches and watching as Leipzig’s press lost steam. Tactical analysis and match report by José Perez. Bayern Munich find themselves in a […]

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Bayern tactics

Bayern Munich celebrated a comfortable 4-0 victory over Hannover 96. The German Rekordmeister was able to dominate the whole match in possession and created endless scoring opportunities against an overstrained defense of Hannover. Even though Hannover coach André Breitenreiter changed formation during half-time, his side was completely unable to resist Bayern’s offense in the second […]

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Tactical analysis BVB Dortmund - Bayern Munich 3-2

The best teams in the world think about attacking when they are defending, and think about defending when they are attacking. Bayern Munich failed to do the latter against Borussia Dortmund and offered too little defensive cover in transition from attack to defense. Bayern’s central defenders suffered badly, as Dortmund’s attackers feasted on space, and […]

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Hertha’s proactive attitude both when defending and attacking enabled them to get the better of a Niko Kovač-led side that never truly found its feet in the final third. Bayern’s positional issues in midfield never allowed them to get back into the match after Hertha made their early attacks count. Having rotated in midweek and, […]

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