Guardiola says that every day is a challenge for Bayern Munich

Pep GuardiolaPep Guardiola, Bayern Munich coach, said that his team still have a hangover from the World Cup, even though the season started well for them, and sports software services believe that the Spanish manager could have a point.

Bayern, who are the defending champions in Germany, are currently undefeated in the Bundesliga, as so far they were able to win four matches and have two draws.

Bayern are currently sitting at the top the table, and the team are already seven points past Borussia Dortmund, regular rivals for the title, but Guardiola said that the season proved to be difficult up to now.

“For me, every day is difficult,” the coach said. “We have a lot of injured players after the World Cup, but every game we play a little bit better.

And many fans know that even though Germany came out on top in Brazil, the World Cup was not easy at all, and injuries are just part of the game – especially in that competition.

“It’s just a matter of time until Borussia Dortmund gets up in the table – that’s really clear, 100 per cent. They are a high-quality team.

“But there are also teams like Borussia Monchengladbach and Bayer Leverkusen with Roger [Schmidt]. There is no doubt that these teams are real opponents for us in the Bundesliga.

“We have to focus on our game and talk about it after each match: did we play better than our opponent? OK. Did we play better than the last game? OK.

“That’s our goal. It’s only the sixth game week – anything could happen.”

Sports software services know that the coach is right and anything could indeed happen, but they’re also well aware of what a huge team Bayern Munich is, and are sure that Guardiola will have no problems in leading the team to many more victories in future matches.

On Tuesday, Bayern will go to CSKA Moscow, and many fans can’t wait to see what will happen on the pitch when this the UEFA Champions League match gets underway.