Even though at the beginning of the season, Bayern dropped to seventh in the internal classification under the leadership of Niko Kovac. They excitingly recovered as soon as Hansi Flick was at the helm. Feeding to the trophy and winning it by 13 points onwards of second-placed BVB”, scoring exactly 100 goals in 34 matches to boot.

Bayern will be on the top of the Bundesliga

Bayern Munich will not be knocked down from the perch on the head of the Bundesliga. Honorary president Uli Hoeness has informed the club’s opponents in Germany. Even though at the beginning of the season, Bayern dropped to seventh in the internal classification under the leadership of Niko Kovac. They excitingly recovered as soon as Hansi Flick was at the helm. Feeding to the trophy and winning it by 13 points onwards of second-placed BVB”, scoring exactly 100 goals in 34 matches to boot. This on-field declaration of intent, which was underlined by their 4-0 victory over Wolfsburg on the last day of the season, is now compared from the conference room. “It will be difficult for the rest to keep up with us in the future. Because Bayern are well prepared for the future, even in this coronavirus crisis,” Hoeness told reporters.

Some critics say that the Bundesliga is boring

Each of the last eight titles in the Bundesliga ended in the hands of Bayern Munich. Which saw the crown surrendered in other places only six times since 1999. Some pundits have suggested that the apparent inevitability of their victories makes the Bundesliga boring, but Hoeness is not concerned. “You can’t expect people at Bayern Munich to work all half a day to make the Bundesliga exciting again”. Hoeness said that direct competitions “just need to make more effort” to make the title race more exciting. Meanwhile, Schalke are reportedly ready to introduce a voluntary salary limit in their club to mitigate any consequences of the Covid-19 crisis, which resulted in German clubs having gone almost three months without competitive football and returned with matches behind closed doors.

Hoeness, however, is more bullish regarding the future and says Bayern will not follow a similar path. “You cannot forget the upper salary limit, so you cannot go further with these discussions,” he said. “When the coronavirus crisis ends, football will flourish again. While the Bayern’s league commitments for the season are over, they will play the DFB final Pokal vs. Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday. While they are still in the Champions League. A competition in which they have a 3-0 lead over Chelsea after the first leg of their last-16 clashes.