Bayern Munich and Inter Milan will round off their Champions League Group B campaigns with a clash at Allianz Arena on Tuesday evening, with the two sides set to finish first and second respectively. The great battle at Allianz Arena is an opportunity for Bayern Munich and Inter Milan to show off their attack power after they won tickets to the 1/8 Champions League round.
Bayern Munich: Missing Hernandez, Muller, Neuer, Sane and Bouna Sarr due to injury
Inter Milan: Without Lukaku, Brazao, Dalbert and Brozovic due to injury
Bayern Munich vs Inter Milan Head-to-Head and Key Numbers
– Bayern Munich won the last 6 matches in all competitions
– Inter Milan won the last 5/6 matches in all competitions
– Bayern Munich won 5, lost 4 and drew 1 after 10 confrontations in all competitions
Group C Champions League situation has been arranged after the 5th match. That means the rankings of the teams will not change after the closing match. Bayern Munich has definitely won the first place, Inter Milan is in second place, while Barca is third, so it will be pushed down to the Europa League. Therefore, the encounter between Bayern Munich and Inter Milan at the Allianz Arena is only procedural, but not so that it is less attractive.
Bayern Munich have shown absolute strength in this group with 5 wins and most of them have a difference score. As the biggest representative of German football, the Gray Lobster has shown the right position of the “giants” and is one of the brightest candidates for the championship this season. With the spirit and excitement available, coach Julian Nagelsmann’s army will aim for 3 points in the rematch with Inter Milan to complete the group stage in the most satisfactory way.
After a somewhat erroneous warm-up period that made Julian Nagelsmann’s future shaken, Bayern Munich has been in the ‘rolls’ since the international series at the end of September. Since then, the Bavarian team has won 8/ 9 matches in all arenas. The attack of the Gray Lobster is increasingly sublimated and does not depend on any individual. That is a remarkable mark of Nagelsmann after he lost his main striker Robert Lewandowski to Barca last summer.
Another good thing about Nagelsmann is that he has helped Bayern Munich operate smoothly even though many pillars are injured, such as Lucas Hernandez, Thomas Muller or Leroy Sane. On the attack of the Gray Lobster, Sadio Mane has not really exploded but has proven to be the class of a top star. Meanwhile, the prodigy Jamal Musiala is increasingly making progress and creating influence in the role of public defender. Not to mention, PSG’s ‘waste goods’, striker Choupo-Moting are also sublimating and occupying the main kick.
With the mentality of the above team, Bayern Munich is confident to crush Inter Milan again. However, the Gray Lobster must be careful because the Serie A runner-up is also in very high form. Coach Simone Inzaghi’s teachers and students won 4 consecutive matches in the arenas before marching to Germany. On average, the Nerazzurri have scored more than 3 goals per game in the last 4 appearances, while the defense also kept 3 clean sheets in them.
Inter Milan went to the Allianz Arena with the goal of repaying the debt in the first leg and regaining honor. In the context that both teams are not under pressure to score points, they will show off their attack power and promise to create a spectacular double performance. But whatever you say, Bayern Munich is still one level above Inter Milan in the Champions League playground.
Bayern Munich possible starting lineup:
Ulreich; Mazraoui, Upamecano, Pavard, Davies; Sabitzer, Goretzka; Coman, Musiala, Mane; Choupo-Moting
Inter Milan possible starting lineup:
Onana; Skriniar, De Vrij, Acerbi; Dumfries, Barella, Asllani, Mkhitaryan, Dimarco; Dzeko, L Martinez