West Ham United added some desperately-needed firepower this past week, most notably Javier HernA?ndez, who’s coming back to the Premier League. Now what?
When it comes to FC Bayern, we’ve grown to expect a certain level of dominance. But just because we’re not seeing it doesn’t mean it’s all their fault.
Many fans yearn for parity, or at least a somewhat competitive league year after year. For fans of German football, parity has arrived in the Bundesliga.
You may not like how RB Leipzig has come to be; you certainly don’t have to. But it’s not their fault other Bundesliga clubs can’t get their act together.
Without Chicharito, Leverkusen may not be where they are in the table. But without Leverkusen, who knows what the striker would be doing right now?
If thought Tuesday’s slate had plenty to play for, our Wednesday action has even more drama-filled potential.
By the end of Tuesday’s action, the UCL group stage could paint a very interesting picture.
With several sides involved in Wednesday’s action struggling either domestically, UCL-wise, or both, who will step up?
Augsburg had a season for the ages last year. This year hasn’t been as kind so far.
With immediate reverse fixtures looming, who will slide into poll position of their respective groups?
Newly promoted Ingolstadt and Darmstadt are off to a bright start, but can they sustain it?
Bayer Leverkusen have always been second-best on the biggest stages. They can change that by advancing to the Champions League quarterfinal.
While not as high-scoring as Tuesday’s matches, yesterday’s contests still provided intriguing results.
Yesterday’s matches did not see many upsets, but it was not short on excitement.
Will the two-time defending German champions make it three in a row, or is there an upset brewing?