Bayern’s unbeaten streak was 32 games: What was the last game you lost?


The game against Borussia marked a before and after for Flick. After falling at Mönchengladbach, he hit a 32-loss streak.

He Borussia, who ended the Bundesliga with the tremendous joy of returning to the Champions League where he belongs, it was the last team to beat Bayern Munich, hexacampeon of the most important competition at the European club level. The Mönchengladbach Colts prevailed in BORUSSIA-PARK on December 7, 2019 by a score of two goals against one and, after that, the Bavarians maintained a streak of 32 official commitments without falling until 1-4 on September 27, 2020 at the hands of Hoffenheim.

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How was Borussia-Bayern?

Die Fohlenelf reached the crossroads, valid for matchday 14, at the top of the league standings. But the champion warned from the beginning, via Lewandowski, Müller and Kimmich. Yann Sommer to the line stretched to hold the zero to the complement, but after this his resistance would drop.

Müller assisted Ivan Perisic and the vice world champion beat the Swiss goal with a volley that rocked him greatly. Ramy Bensebaini equaled it by heading -on Boateng’s back- the corner of Jonas Hofmann and won it with a crossed and corner penalty that Neuer did not touch despite guessing after a foul by Javi Martínez on a Marcus Thuram in the race. The green and black party was total.

That night, 10 of the 11 that were in the Lisbon final played as starters. Only Tolisso (instead of Gnabry) was there and eight months later not. But at 20 he left, for Perisic. It was the practically complete star eleven. A week ago they had lost against Bayer, and a month earlier against Eintracht on the fateful day for which Kovac left. Hansi’s machine was just getting oiled, as was his philosophy.

At Bayern hexacampeón absolutely everyone counts

After the 1-2 in Mönchengladbach, Bayern lost in a friendly on January 11 against Nürnberg – who was saved after falling to third – by 2 to 5 (discounts from Tillman and Davies), and in their second friendly of the year beat Olympique Marseille. But what counts in the balance sheets are the official games: since the 1-2 in Mönchengladbach, Bayern has won 31 games and drawn 1 (without goals on February 9 against Leipzig, and 15 before the crown and 17 post-crisis), built the second triplet in its history by being consecrated in the Bundes, Champions and Pokal and started his new campaign with another eight-goal recital, but the fall at Prezero Arena ended with truly historic numbers.

Bayern’s streak:

1) 3-1 a Tottenham

2) 6-1 a Werder Bremen

3) 3-1 a Freiburg

4) 2-0 to Wolfsburg

5) 4-0 a Hertha Berlin

6) 5-0 a Schalke

7) 3-1 a Mainz

8) 4-3 a Hoffenheim

9) 0-0 vs. Leipzig

10) 4-1 a Köln

11) 3-2 a Paderborn

12) 3-0 a Chelsea

13) 6-0 a Hoffenheim

14) 1-0 a Schalke

15) 2-0 a Augsburg


16) 2-0 a Union Berlin

17) 5-2 a Eintracht Frankfurt

18) 1-0 a Borussia Dortmund

19) 5-0 a Fortuna Düsseldorf

20) 4-2 at Bayer Leverkusen

21) 2-1 a Eintracht Frankfurt

22) 2-1 a Borussia Mönchengladbach

23) 1-0 a Werder Bremen

24) 3-1 a Freiburg

25) 4-0 to Wolfsburg

26) 4-2 at Bayer Leverkusen

27) 4-1 a Chelsea

28) 8-2 a Barcelona

29) 3-0 in Lyon

30) 1-0 to PSG

31) 8-0 a Schalke

32) 2-1 to Seville

Hoffenheim cut it with a 4-1

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