Bayern – Sevilla: Combat of the undefeated

Today’s European Super Cup 2020 teams have an unbeatable strip which lasted until Covid-19.

In official and unbattled matches, Bavaria has faced Seville twice

Bayern Munich is more or less nervous with the move over the summer transition period 2020. They still have a big contract named Leroy Sane from Man City, but three players with a lot of achievements have left: Philippe Coutinho, Ivan Perisic and Thiago Alcantara. Hansi Flick’s teachers and students are also asked about inspiration, something that can fade away after the 2019-2020 season.

But if you look closer, Coach Flick currently has three more players, Benjamin Pavard, Niklas Sule and Lucas Hernandez. Last season, this trio endured long-term injuries and did not make a major contribution to the road to the throne in Europe. Thanks to this old yet fresh notion, Bayern was stunned by its enemies.

Eight goals on Schalke ‘s net were a fine score, but Flick’s out-of-border approach made the crowd goosebump. Even as he saw the student continuing to make love with his opponent’s sin, the German teacher nevertheless shook his head with remorse, any time a delicious moment was lost. The drive is what Bayern now wants to reach the European Super Cup contest, before thinking about rebuilding Barca’s 16th season 2008-2009.

As many other super cup tournaments, the European Super Cup is also a venue for teams to test strategy and staff. In tournaments like these, the team with more focus will win. That’s why, in the 1990s and 2000s, the teams that won the Super Cup were always the side that won the UEFA Cup (the precursor to the Europa League). Sevilla, too, beat the mighty Barca in 2006 to lift the crown for the first time. However, this pattern has changed in recent years. The Champions League Title Team has won seven times in the last 10 super cup matches.