When you see a score line like this, it begs the question, was Bayern that good or were they that bad? i believe the later was the case, both defensively and offensively. Every team that wants to put up a decent performance against bayern knows they have to shut out Robbery. They clearly failed to do that, even Gomez was having fun with their defense.
Offensively, they had a couple of really good counters in the first half. But the support was too late to take advantage of it. Overall, they just didn't seem like they wanted to win this game.
All the credit to Bayern for their response after a very bad couple of weeks. This should be good for their confidence but they can expect a far greater challenge from Inter. At the very least, Robbery won't have free roaming like today because of Inter's more compact defense, and you can bet they would pressing for a goal.
Regardless, sometimes is just good to soak in a good old fashion Bayern whipping.
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