Bayern Munich have won their fifth title in a row after defeating Borussia Dortmund in a dramatic German Super Cup match that took place last night and early this morning.
Bayern Munich’s three goals were scored by Corentin Tolisso, Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich, respectively, while Dortmund’s remaining two goals were scored by Julian Brandt and young Norwegian striker Erling Haaland.
The recent German Super Cup title also put Thomas Muller in German football history as the owner of the most titles, with a total of 27 trophies, big and small, won during his professional playing career with Bayern Munich and Germany team.
Muller and Bayern just won the German Super Cup title
Muller has won the Bundesliga 9 times, won the German Cup 6 times, won 2 UEFA Champions League titles, 2 UEFA Super Cups, 6 German Super Cups, 1 Club World Cup with Gray Lobster and 1 World Cup title with Germany in 2014.
The European Super Cup title against Sevilla in the match not long ago helped Muller equalize the achievement with a Bayern legend and also a former teammate – Bastian Schweinsteiger, and the Gray Lobster striker also lost just a few minutes. up to a week to break the man’s record.
Muller broke the record of the elder Bastian Schweinsteiger
Despite the surprise 1-4 defeat to Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga recently, Bayern still has a steady stream of titles, it can be seen that the last match in the league, Bayern did not launch a team. The picture was too strong and took the initiative to “give up” when the game was arranged.
Just one more title in front of Bayern for them to complete their full collection of trophies in a calendar year, that is the FIFA Club World Cup taking place in the near future.
At this tournament, Bayern is of course still the most appreciated team for the championship and it will not be surprising if the Gray Lobster can “hold” the final title, making a complete start. for coach Hansi Flick.