Winning the Super Cup, Bayern Munich set an unprecedented record

Bayern Munich set an impressive record after winning the European Super Cup.

The style of Bayern Munich

In the European Super Cup match just ended, Bayern Munich met many difficulties when Sevilla opened the score early in the 13th minute. final with the score 2-1.

The two players competing for Bayern Munich in this match are Leon Goretzka and Javi Martinez. Thus, Bayern Munich has become the absolute European champion. The win over Sevilla also helped them extend their unbeaten streak in all competitions to 32 matches.

Bayern Munich set an unprecedented record

Bayern Munich set an unprecedented record

The last time the strongest team in Germany had to experience defeat was the beginning of December last year with the defeat of M’gladbach in the Bundesliga framework. Not stopping here, Bayern Munich also had a series of 23 consecutive wins in official matches in all competitions.

After Bayern Munich’s winning, Muller carved his name into history

It is also the record of consecutive wins that a team in Europe’s top 5 leagues has been set. Previously, this record belonged to Real Madrid in 2014 with 22 consecutive wins under the guidance of coach Carlo Ancelotti.

Meanwhile, Thomas Muller is now only a cup away from becoming the German player to win the most trophies of all time. Muller has owned 26 titles, on par with former teammate Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Bayern Munich has just experienced a difficult match against Sevilla in the European Super Cup match. They were kicked by the Spanish team first. The attempt to help the Bavarian giant level off with Leon Goretzka’s goal. In extra time 1, Javi Martinez’s header helped Die Roten win the European Super Cup.

After Bayern Munich’s winning, Muller carved his name into history

Thus, this is the fourth title of Bayern with coach Hansi Flick. The Allianz Arena team is showing high performance at the moment. And with the trophy this morning, a Bayern player made a name in history.

Accordingly, Thomas Muller won the 26th title at the club level. That feat puts Muller on par with his former teammate Bastian Schweinsteiger and becomes the German player with the most trophies at club level. In the context of Bayern playing sublimation, the German striker has the opportunity to surpass the former Manchester United player.