With the Bundesliga returning after an extended break due to the coronavirus, Bayern are firmly established at the top of the table with a comfortable lead over Borussia Dortmund after defeating their rivals last week.

Bayern aims a historic treble for this season

Benjamin Pavard says Bayern have put their sights on a historic treble this season, as the club is waiting for the Champions League to return. With the Bundesliga returning after an extended break due to the coronavirus, Bayern are firmly established at the top of the table with a comfortable lead over Borussia Dortmund after defeating their rivals last week. Besides their dominance in the league, as Bayern seem to win their seventh consecutive title, Bayern side advanced to the DFB-Pokal semifinal, with the match against Eintracht Frankfurt scheduled for June 10th. The Champions League, however, will be their biggest obstacle, although uncertainty remains regarding the return of Europe’s top club competition.

Pavard – we have an excellent team

Bayern beat Chelsea 3-0 in the first stage of their round of 16 clashes, all but consolidating their place in the quarterfinals. Pavard believes that Bayern can repeat the achievements of the side 2012-13, bringing it all together and winning a treble. Bayern have an excellent team,” he said in an interview. “We play well in the cup and the Bundesliga. We must go on like this. Bayern must win the championship and the cup annually. UCL, we dream about it and want to make a treble.” Pavard joined Bayern this season, having relocated from Stuttgart agreed in January 2019. During his first season with the club, he played 39 matches, scoring five goals.

“I think that since I’m at Bayern, I’ve progressed a lot in defense, but it’s especially disappointing,” he said. “I have to continue to score; that was my weak point before. But there I progressed. But my first role is to defend well. He added: “There is no special purpose. The goal is to play as many matches as possible, be at the start of XI and win titles to be as effective as possible,” added Pavard, who also hopes to stay at Bayern for some time, although in football everything can change quickly. Pavard signed up for five years at Bayern and plays his matches. He speaks and will do everything to improve further. “I want to win many titles. I don’t know what the future holds, we know that it can go to football very quickly, but I don’t ask myself many questions.”

After the overthrow of Fortune Düsseldorf 5-0 last weekend. Bayern will face Bayer Leverkusen in their next Bundesliga match on Saturday.