[Cải Lương] Can Bayern overcome the Bundesliga?

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[h=1][FONT=&quot]Can Bayern overcome the Bundesliga?[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]Andy Brassell takes a look at the stacked top half of the Bundesliga, Barcelona's front three and why Ajax can win against Chelsea- According to the [/FONT][FONT=&quot]betting tips soccer[/FONT][FONT=&quot] page![/FONT][/h]

[h=1][FONT=&quot]Barcelona's front three nhấn into gear[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]The Spanish champions needed to answer some searching questions about their away form and they have done just that either side of the international break. Their win at Eibar on Saturday was their fifth straight in all competitions and, crucially, their second in a row on the road following their victory at Getafe at the end of last month.[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]The manner was just as encouraging as the points, too. For the first time it felt as if the big three of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann properly clicked together. It was Griezmann, the subject of much recent analysis, who got the first before he set up Messi for the second. Messi then created an easy third for Suarez. You can refer lớn the [/FONT][FONT=&quot]good soccer tip[/FONT][FONT=&quot] share with us![/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]It's easy lớn say now that it was a matter of time until three of the world's best forwards found a way to complement each other, but it hasn't felt like that. Especially for Griezmann, so used lớn being the main man at Atlético, the adjustment lớn fit around his new team's star man has been bracing.[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]The France striker is the perfect foil for his two new compañeros. His industry makes up for the energy that the other two have slightly less of these days, and the three can score so many different types of goals between them. Griezmann's opener, tucked away from Clément Lenglet's long pass, was a case in point. It already looks ominous for their rivals.[/FONT][/h]

[h=1][FONT=&quot]Barcelona are now just 1.58 lớn win La Liga[/FONT][/h][h=2][FONT=&quot]Can Bayern separate themselves from the Bundesliga pack?[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]There isn't a more balanced title race than the one in Germany at the moment. Only two points separate the top nine teams at the end of a weekend in which Borussia Mönchengladbach lost at Dortmund but stayed top. No less than six sides had the chance to leapfrog Gladbach by winning this weekend, and all six of them blew it.[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]One of them, extraordinarily, was Bayern Munich. They conceded 30 seconds in at Augsburg and then, having come back and taken the lead, again deep into stoppage time as they made it a measly total of one point from two Bundesliga game since they gave Tottenham a Champions League hiding.[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]That wasn't even the worst of it. Niklas Süle limped off in the first half and it was later confirmed that the centre-back had ruptured his cruciate knee ligament for a second time. It's a huge blow for Niko Kovač. Süle is his best defender - and he hasn't been shy about saying it - so the coach will have to work to find his most solid defensive unit.[/FONT][/h][h=1][FONT=&quot]The pack all have their weaknesses; Leipzig are timid at home, Gladbach are currently punching above their weight and Wolfsburg are reliant on Wout Weghorst for goals. Dortmund, who deservedly won despite Jadon Sancho's absence, can have no better prompt to rid themselves of their inconsistency.[/FONT][/h]
 
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