08 Apr Bayern have won Bundesliga nevertheless warns Kovac
The’very hard games’ to show mean Bayern Munich can’t believe that they have won the Bundesliga, based on Niko Kovac
Niko Kovac insisted that the Bundesliga title race isn’t over despite Bayern Munich storming into a 5-0 hammering of Borussia Dortmund.
Robert Lewandowski’s brace and one apiece from Mats Hummels, Javi Martinez and Serge Gnabry got the Bavarians a resounding Klassiker victory on Saturday and sent them back into top place with six matches to go.
Bayern were brilliant at a four-goal first half in Allianz Arena that blew off the traffic and put up a 14th win in 16 league games.
Kovac applauded his side’s amazing showing in what might prove a critical result from the club’s bid to be crowned champions for the seventh consecutive season.
“I believe we turned into a high performance, a fantastic functionality over 90 minutes,” Kovac said.
“The first half in particular was sensationally great in every regard. How we played was quite impressive.
“I am happy, and I want to congratulate my team on it. The margin of victory was totally deserved.
“We have six games to go, and you’ve seen how quickly it can change from the league. Very, very hard matches are anticipating Dortmund and usso we will not say what is determined.”
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Bayern captain Manuel Neuer was hardly bothered in his first game back from a calf injury as Dortmund mustered a lone shooter on target.
The goalkeeper branded the success a breakthrough moment in a campaign which has taken the time to begin.
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“We’re quite dominant,” Neuer said. “It was a great team screen, and I am very, very happy about it.
“It had been the very first big-point match we have won. We had to wait around for it for quite a very long moment.
“We played well in each place up front, in the back, and above all we all worked together.”