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It was the perfect start for Bayern Munich’s 2022/23 Bundesliga campaign. The Rekordmeister beat Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 at the sold-out Deutsche Bank Arena. But while Bayern’s campaign got off to a perfect start, the Bundesliga is again challenged with a debate over its competitiveness.

Bayern’s dominance, in fact, was apparent within minutes of the game. Within five minutes, Joshua Kimmich opened the scoring with a brilliant freekick that, according to the AWS stats, makers only had a 4% goalscoring probability.

That goal set the scene for a rout. Benjamin Pavard (11’), Sadio Mané (29’), Jamal Musiala (35’), and Serge Gnabry (43’) added to Bayern’s 5-0 halftime lead. The second half was meaningless, allowing head coach Julian Nagelsmann to debut highly touted talent Mathys Tel for the game’s final minutes.

“We played an unbelievable game with a lot of energy,”

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