Bundesliga continues tonight with Bayern Munich v Freiburg live streaming to watch from the Mage Solar Stadion as the Bavarian giants look to continue their perfect start to the season in Germany.
Bayern Munich will aim to continue their 100% winning start to the season when they take on 14th place Freiburg in Bundesliga tonight, withe the game being shown live and online through Bet365’s live television service.
Pep Guardiola’s side are just one of four teams to win their opening three games with the defending champions conceding just one goal on their way to wins over Borussia Monchengladbach, Eintracht Frankfurt and Nuremberg.
Despite their impressive start Bayern has yet to reach their potential with midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger backing his side to build on their strong second half showing against neighbours, Nuremberg.
BAYERN v FREIBURG – LIVE STREAMING
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Bayern only scored two goals at the weekend despite managing 26 shots on target and 10 corners, but according to German star Schweinsteiger winning is all that matters at the moment.
“The important thing for us right now is to take the points and keep clean sheets,” said Schweinsteiger
“Everyone saw that we shifted up a gear in the second half, and then we scored the vital opening goal. We know we can play even better, but that’ll come.”
Bayern will head into the game without Thiago Alcantara with the former Barcelona man set to miss the next seven weeks with an ankle injury however the loss of the Spanish U21 star won’t be felt too much with Mario Gotze making his competitive debut after recovering from injury.
With none of their rivals playing midweek, Bayern who face Chelsea in the European Super Cup on Friday, will move top if they win.
Freiburg meanwhile are searching for their first win of the season after a difficult start that includes games second in the table Bayern Leverkusen, Hoffenheim and 4th place Mainz 05, with their only point to date coming in a 3-3 with 8th place Hoffenheim.
Christian Streich’s side enjoyed a strong campaign last year finishing fifth in the table however they failed to find the net in two games with the Champions losing 2-0 at home and 1-0 away although those results were an improvement on the 7-0 reversal they suffered in 2011.
This one kicks off at the Mage Solar Stadion in Freiburg at 17:30GMT