Until a couple of days ago, Barcelona was the only club that could boast of having a sextet in its showcases, however, the Bayern Munich managed to match the feat after more than 11 years.
The ‘Bávaros’ signed it against Tigres in the Club World Cup.
It was in 2009, when Pep Guardiola was leading the ‘Blaugrana’ team, when a historic event was recorded in world football, a club had won all the competitions it had played during a football year.
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Under Guardiola’s command, Barça won LaLiga, Copa del Rey, Spanish Super Cup, Champions League, European Super Cup and closed with the Club World Cup.
In fact, it seemed impossible to match, Bayern Munich conquered all the titles it fought during the 2019/2020 Season, despite how complicated the second half was due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Under the command of Hans-Dieter Flick, who had taken over as interim coach, the German team became the second team in history to win the sextet.
During the 19/20 campaign, the ‘Bavarians’ managed to conquer the Bundesliga, German Cup, German Super Cup, Champions League, European Super Cup and finally the Club World Cup, which was played in February 2021 on the issue of Coronavirus.
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It all started when he lifted the German league title By adding 82 points out of 102 possible, leaving their rivals far behind, Dortmund was the closest and added 69 points.
In July 2020 he beat Bayer Leverkusen in the German Cup, a month later, in August, he beat the PSG in the Champions League final to put his third title of the season on the showcase.
A month later, on September 24, it was measured at Sevilla and beat him in the European Super Cup. A few days later, on the 30th, the Borussia Dortmund was his ‘victim’ in the German Super Cup.
Finally, on February 11, 2021, the Bayern Munich made history by becoming the second team to win the sextet by winning the Club World Cup against Tigres.
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This fact aroused the ‘envy’ of Pep Guardiola, who immediately sent a message to the ‘Bavarians’ and told them that “maybe I will call Messi and company to play for the seventh title, so tell me where and when and there we will be” .