Bayern Munich without the stutterer from the Coca-Land returned to the path of triumph in the Bundesliga, after harvesting 3 straight games without winning, the last against the newly promoted Fortuna Düsseldorf that left them 9 points behind the leader Borussia Dortmund that remains fail.
In the Champions League appeared the old school of Bayern to fit a little hand to Benfica (5-2). Robben, Ribery and Lewandowski owned that game. On the other hand against Werder Bremen it was Gnabry’s youth that flourished to give the Bavarian victory.
The young German international Serge Gnabry saved the Bavarian team and the ass of his coach, Niko Kovac, thanks to his goals, one at minute 20 and another at 50. Werder Bremen sounded the alarm with the draw achieved by the Japanese Yuya Osako 33 minutes into the first half.
Despite qualifying on Tuesday to the knockout stages of the Champions League after their defeat to Benfica, the bad results of Bayern led in recent days to the German press to speculate with a possible dismissal of Kovac.
The names of the French Zinedine Zidane and Arsène Wenger have sounded a lot like possible substitutes for the historic German team.
With the victory, his first since the end of October, Bayern is placed third with 24 points but continues nine points away of Borussia Dortmund, which does not stop winning and reaches 33 units at the top of the German championship, which does not win from the 2011/2012 season.
The yellows have four consecutive victories, including that inflicted on Bayern (3-2), and they are also qualified for the round of knockout in the Champions League, after the 0-0 draw against Bruges on Wednesday that has them second behind the Atlético de Madrid equally classified.