In 10 days, Club Brugge will play German machine RB Leipzig, but it looks like there’s sand in the Leipzig engine.
It ended last year red balls Wassim is still second in the Bundesliga, but Red Bull hasn’t immediately gotten off to a quick start this season.
The season announcement from last year can be found in the right column of the standings at the moment – with 5 out of 15. Especially last week they got a big lead.
Last weekend I got a 1-4 defeat in the ears of rival Bayern Munich. They also closed their Champions League match against Manchester City with a 6-3 loss.
It’s time to feed confidence to the German vice-champion. Tonight then? No, the Leipzig poster was submitted with Köln, but he did not go beyond 1-1.
Bayern Munich in particular is being blamed for their disappointing start to the season in Leipzig.
Retro Bayern: The Bavarian club eagerly snatched away its rival from last year. Upamecano, Captain Sabitzer, and their coach Julian Nagelsmann all took a train to Munich.
The German vice-champion has made a major transfer with Andre Silva, but also “replacement Timo Werner” doesn’t seem to have been fully fitted into the squad just yet. The Portuguese striker scored only one goal in 7 matches.
Can Club Brugge benefit from the decline in the level of the Germans in 10 days?