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We’re all set for another busy weekend as bottom of the table Eintracht Frankfurt welcome Bayern Munich to the Commerzbank Arena in the second round of matches in the Bundesliga season.
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Frankfurt endured a horror start to the new season last weekend, losing 6-1 away to Hertha Berlin. Four second half goals proving very costly after they have managed to creep their way back into the game at 2-0 down thanks to a penalty from Alexander Meier.
While Eintracht finished 6th last season, their final position owed more to a strong start to last season when they won 6 of their opening 8 games rather than the form in the second half of the campaign.
Armin Veh’s side than have endured a tough 2013 winning only 5 league games and the poor second half showing does not bode well ahead of the visit of Bayern.
For Bayern and their new manager Pep Guardiola meanwhile it was business as usual, on paper anyway, as they carried last season’s form into the new campaign with a 3-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach, the only blotch on their copybook a 40th minute own goal from Dante.
However despite the winning start the victory was far from comfortable with Honourary Bayern Munich president Franz Beckenbauer saying that Guardiola needs to make his team more compact
Speaking to Sky, the 67 year old expressed his disappointment at the at the amount of space that was left for the visitors to exploit saying “I was surprised at how Bayern struggled,”
“During the pre-season matches, they played flawlessly, except for the [DFL Supercup defeat] against Borussia Dortmund.
“On Friday, however, they played normally again.
“I’m curious as to how quickly they will be able to implement Guardiola’s philosophy and which players will prevail in the end.
“Shifting between offence and defence can still be improved. It’s important that Guardiola makes the team more compact.”
The sentiment was echoed by both Philipp Lahm and Arjen Robben both of whom claimed that the defending champions would improve, with Dutch star Robben, a scorer in the win over ‘Gladbach admitting that Bayern were not where they wanted to be just yet.
That could spell bad news for Frankfurt and Guardiola will be hoping that his side can at least match the 1-0 win Bayern secured at the Commerzbank Arena last season.
On that occasion the win secured the title with 6 games to go, on Saturday however Guardiola will have less lofty aims as he looks to build momentum and keep his 100% winning start as manager going.