Bundesliga Thread


#1202

He supports Felix F.C., not Dortmund :xhaka:


#1203

#1204

Kramaric so fucking close. Bayern are a bit all over the place at the back!
Christ! How many chances do Hoffenheim need to score?


#1205

Neuer has lost his place to Ulreich and will spend the rest of his career on the bench.


#1206

Why weren’t Bayern so open against us?


#1207

GONZALO CASTROOOO !!! 1-0. GOLAZO.


#1208

Good chance for Vidal. Very end-to-end game.


#1209

Because Ancelotti has brains and uses tactics…he knows you dont play open against an attacking side even if it is us and cant score in a brothel.


#1210

But now Bayern are very open against Hoffenheim :mustafi:


#1211

Normal free kick, tbf.


#1212

TORRRRRR! Finally! Kramaric! Stunning volley!


#1213

Booooom. Sven is Neuer back? :sunglasses:


#1214

Amiri looks good.
Hoffenheim will get tired in the second half. They can’t keep it up.


#1215

@Luca_from_Italy

You were so right about Germans. Cocky & arrogant douches. Hope BVB get relegated now. :bellerin:

„Seit 50 Jahren hat die englische Nationalmannschaft keinen Titel mehr gewonnen und ich bin mir sicher, dass wir auch noch den 75. Jahrestag feiern werden. Denn das ganze Geld geht auch zu Lasten der Kreativität“, ist Watzke überzeugt.

"For 50 years, the English national team has not won a title and I am sure we will celebrate the 75th anniversary. Because all the money is also at the expense of creativity, "Watzke is convinced.


#1216

Be so kind as to provide some context. Why would the boss of a top German club lower himself to speaking about that “team” in the first place? :sunglasses:


#1217

You can answer him you still have two wars in your bag :wink: :mustafi:


#1218

“Top German club”, there is only one top club in Bayermany. (Bayermany…Genius)


#1219

Bayern with still no shot on target.
Now they have one with Koman. Too low and weak though.


#1220

Jesus, that move truly deserved a goal. :neutral_face:


#1221

Ulreich is winning his place in the team today. Another fine save, but another beautiful move by Hoffenheim as well. Looked like the Barca of old here.