Champions League; Bayern Munich stats against Barcelona
- Bayern Munich have won the Champions League for a record sixth time while the Spanish club Barcelona managed five
- Robert Lewandowski scored a hattrick in his first Champions League game with Barcelona against Viktoria Plzen this season.
- Bayern Munich’s struggles in the Bundesliga continued on Saturday, settling for a point for the third consecutive time this season.
The UEFA Champions League football enters its second week on Tuesday, September 13 as clubs across Europe contest for the prestigious Trophy on the grand stage.
The Champions League nights are the most popular across the world, the competition brings together members of the UEFA association as well as the teams who have finished the season in the second and fourth positions in all the strongest leagues.
This Tuesday football fans will be treated to one of the best matches yet as the rivalry between the top most successful clubs in these competitions take on each other.
Barcelona is traveling to Munich, Germany today to prepare ahead for the Bayern Munich clash at the Allianz Arena. It is one of the most anticipated games in the group stage of this competition.
Any football lover thinking about this game is likely thinking of goals, their previous encounters have treated us to beautiful matches and many goals but while the perspective remains we might or might not see goals but a beautiful game in Germany is certain.
The German elites Bayern Munich have won the competition trophy for a record sixth time while the Spanish club Barcelona managed five times in their history.
Robert Lewandowski who joined Barcelona this summer will be in the spotlight given his Champions League exploits with Bayern Munich.
So far the Polish international has impressed in Xavi’s team and his combination play with Ousmane Dembele is becoming enjoyable by the day.
Robert Lewandowski scored a hattrick in his first Champions League game with Barcelona against Viktoria Plzen this season and many hopes that the Poland international would continue the record against his former club in Germany tomorrow.
In the domestic league, Barcelona is still unbeaten and sits second in the La Liga table after five games winning four and drawing one.
On the other side, In Germany Bayern Munich struggled on Saturday settling for a point for the third consecutive time game this season.
The Bavarians have struggled this season and have three draws sitting at 12 points. The Bayern Munich club is on a record low-performance history since 2010.
And while football fans await the action-packed performance from the two clubs from Germany and Spain to some it looks like a revenge game from Barcelona who has gone to humiliation whenever they played with the Germans.
The two clubs have produced riveting performances and in most cases, the Bavarians have always defeated Barcelona.
In the last four seasons starting from 2012/13 to 2021/22 Bayern Munich has scored 21 goals against Barcelona’s 10 goals winning five times in those seven games including the historic 8-2 win in Camp Nou.
Bayern Munich has won the Champions League six times while Barcelona has won five times.