Arsenal v Bayern Munich: Battle of the Invincibles (1)

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Bayern Munich are currently top of the the Bundesliga and remain unbeaten after 12 games.

Such is the quality of the team, it is being suggested that  the German champions could possibly go the whole season unbeaten and emulate the achievement of Arsene Wenger's Invincible Arsenal team in 2003/04.

Pep Guardiola's side have accumulated 29 points, that's two more than Arsenal had at the same stage. 

Bayern are yet to face their toughest opponents in the Bundesliga, Jurgen Klopp's Borussia Dortmund, who defeated them in the German Supercup at the start of this season. But if they can avoid defeat to them, there is every chance that last season's Champions league winners could complete an unbeaten campaign.

Arsenal's Invincible side will be remembered as one of the greatest teams in recent history but how do this current Munich side compare?

GMS looks at Pep Guardiola's Bayern side in comparison man-for-man to the Invincible team of 2003/04

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