The Bundesliga returns after the long break and league leaders Bayern Munich are ready to impress the world as all eyes will be on them, says Coach Hansi Flick.
Bayern are set to face union Berlin on Sunday as Bundesliga returns after a 2-month undesirable break amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coach Hansi Flick knows the world will be watching as the Bundesliga becomes the first major league in Europe to restart play.
Speaking in a news conference ahead of their encounter with Union Berlin on Sunday 17, May. Flick said “Not much will change except for the face masks in the dugout, ” he told reporters.We discussed with the players what they can and will except.
“More than 200 countries will watch the players, so we have a huge audience to whom you can show yourself. We want to deliver a top performance.”
The Bavarians will be without some key players including Phillipe Countinho,Corentin Tolisso, and Niklas Sule, yet Javi Martine due to injury concerns.
“It’s a good question because we don’t know if the team can do anything over 90 minutes,” he said. “We trained well and had an internal friendly with three periods of 20 minutes on Sunday. We had a very high intensity there.
“But clearly we all don’t know where we are. We have to deal with the situation and let there be no doubt.”
Bayer Munich currently leads the Bundesliga table, 4 points ahead of Borussia Dortmund, BVB will face Schakle 04 in a Revierderby on Saturday 16th May.