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Bayern Munich gets humbled by Monchengladbach in the Bundesliga!

Bayern Munich has a 10 point league on the top of the Bundesliga table; following them in second place is Dortmund who is slipping away at the moment. Even though only 18 league games have been played many expect Bayern to secure the domestic title; furthermore the German giants are expected to secure the UEFA Champions League this season. The club will face RB Salzburg in the round of 16 tie to progress further in the cup; firstly they will play in the Red Bull Arena Salzburg on the 17th of February at 1:30 am IST. Later the second leg will be played in the Allianz Arena on the 9th of March at 1:30 am IST.

The German giants have barely lost any league games this season; Munich has only recorded 3 losses and 1 draw in 18 league matches. Their first loss came against Eintracht Frankfurt in their home stadium on the 3rd of October; Bayern lost the game by a score of 2-1. Later on the 20th of November; the German giants recorded their second loss versus Augsburg away from home by a score of 2-1 again. Most recently in their last league game, they lost against Monchengladbach in their first home match of 2022 by a score of 2-1.

Bayern Munich struggle against Monchengladbach!

Despite being one of the most lethal teams across Europe; Bayern has been poor against Monchengladbach this season. The only draw that Bayern have in the Bundesliga came against Monchengladbach on the 14th of August; this match ended with a scoreline of 1-1; later in the season, Bayern was eliminated from the second round of the DFB Pokal by the same team; by a score of 5-0. After this shocking result; they lost against Monchengladbach in their most recent game by a score of 2-1.

Despite this loss do you think Bayern has enough to win the UCL?

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