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Bundesliga Thread

NieThePiet

Loves Overhyping Our Rivals
Whoops, you're right. I found a site with all leagues and had to pick through a lot to find the top 5 leagues, missed Milan above Bayern.
But Milan and Bayern are just the unbeaten league runs? Milan for example lost in the Copa 91/92 the semi against Juve with 0:1.

The other unbeaten run is across all competitions and thats where Leverkusen could break the record. But it's still a bit unfair, because they are just playing in the Europe League and not in the CL.
 

TornadoTed

Established Member
But Milan and Bayern are just the unbeaten league runs? Milan for example lost in the Copa 91/92 the semi against Juve with 0:1.

The other unbeaten run is across all competitions and thats where Leverkusen could break the record. But it's still a bit unfair, because they are just playing in the Europe League and not in the CL.
Yes 58 is league games, 43 is the longest unbeaten run in all competitions.
 

NieThePiet

Loves Overhyping Our Rivals
It’s gonna be the joke of the decade if Daniel Thioune managed to get Fortuna promoted while HSV remain in B2.
Sadly the third from the second league has nearly no chance against the first league 16th.

& Kiel and Pauli have a pretty good form and already some points advantagne.
 

Riou

In The Winchester, Waiting For This To Blow Over

Country: Northern Ireland

Player:Gabriel
Congrats to Xhaka, and to Leverkusen to be fair.

Ended Bayern's reign and won their first ever championship, respect :applause:
 

Kav

Established Member
Xhaka winning a title as soon as he leaves Arsenal should leave a bad impression on the club’s management.

Congratulations to Leverkusen and Xhaka as well.
 

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