In history, Germans have always been known for efficiency, confidence, economic strength and hard-working ethics.
And now, we are starting to see it in the football, and in particular, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Two clubs that have become a force to be worried of in Europe.
Last season, we saw an impressive Dortmund side crowned as Bundesliga titles under Jurgen Klopp. With the young talents, Mario Gotze, Marco Reus, Shinji Kagawa and Robert Lewandowski all starting to make a name for themselves in European football. This Dortmund side finished on 81 points, eight ahead of second place Bayern Munich.
This season, we have witnessed possibly one of the strongest ever Bayern teams win the title long before the season finished on a huge 84 points, 20 points ahead of rivals Dortmund sitting in second on 64. Bavaria became a scary place to visit for any travelling away team. Bayern have been unbelievably strong both in the Champions League and in the Bundesliga.
Dortmund have somewhat focused more on their Champions League campaign rather than their domestic campaign, reaching the final at Wembley. Bayern, who have also reached the the Champions League final, have been outstanding domestically and in Europe.
The final in London will be a great game between two German sides who have prevailed in the last two seasons.
To reach the final, Dortmund beat Real Madrid 4-3 (aggregate) and Bayern beat Barcelona 7-0 (aggregate).
Just showing how Dortmund and Bayern, and the Bundesliga in general is becoming one of the best, most exciting leagues in the world, knocking the Spanish La Liga.
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