Indeed, he does not believe that the Bavarians are necessarily favorites. “It will be a match played on an equal footing. I would say 50-50.
PSG are a considerable threat for Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich legend Franz Beckenbauer believes PSG will pose a considerable threat to his side in Sunday’s Champions League final. With an 8-2 win over Barcelona and a 3-0 win over Lyon, the Germans were the favorites. Beckenbauer, who lifted the trophy with FCB three times in the 1970s, believes the clash will be more complicated than either side of Hansi Flick before. “I watched PSG games. They are one heck of a team. I can’t find any weaknesses in the team, and I expect them to vary their style of play,” he explained on the Bundesliga champions’ official website. Champions League season. “It’ll be the hardest game of this Champions League season.”
The Bavarians are not necessarily favorites
I hope both teams don’t hold back too much, don’t show too much respect to each other, and play as refreshingly and with a joie de vivre as they’ve done so far.” Indeed, he does not believe that the Bavarians are necessarily favorites. “It will be a match played on an equal footing. I would say 50-50. Sometimes you need a little luck. If Bayern gets it, they win the game,” he said. Beckenbauer followed the progress of Bayern and was impressed by what he saw. “I watched it on TV and was thrilled like every other Bayern fan,” he said it’s about the semi-final clash against Lyon. “They played differently than against Barcelona, but this was a one-off performance. The game against Lyon was also remarkable because they are also a powerful team.”
“Manuel Neuer made some brilliant saves. But then the Bavarians took the reins – and didn’t let them go for the rest of the game. That’s how it should be, and this is also very important. We have often seen how teams can let the game slip away from them because they become careless. After all, they think it is too easy. But they remained calm and finished work. It paid off, and you can only compliment the team.”