The Bundesliga has been known to produce some rather big scorelines over the years and it probably is not a surprise that Bayern Munich continue to remain as one of the sides to consistently find the back of the net.
The champions may have only just started their title defence (once again) on Friday, however it seems as though they are looking to destroy the opposition from the very beginning.
Showing no mercy, Has-Dieter Flick’s side demolished former fierce rivals Schalke 04 with an 8-0 victory as they began as they will likely mean to go on. Speaking of making great starts, bettors that like to get on esports action would be wise to start by visiting www.esportbetting.net to get everything underway.
Nonetheless, there have been many scores to have been recorded that have eclipsed that particular 8-0 scoreline, with Borussia Monchengladbach having proven to be one of the most successful in the early years.
Borussia Monchengladbach 12 Borussia Dortmund 0 (1978)
Indeed, a scoreline that seems infathomable in the present era, Gladbach managed to defeat Borussia Dortmund 12-0. Jupp Heynckes proved lethal in front of goal for the hosts (as he did throughout his career) as he bagged five of the 12 scored, whilst Karl Del’Haye and Carsten Nielsen both recorded a brace each as the three other goals were shared out between Herbert Wimmer, Christian Kulik and Ewald Lienen.
Borussia Monchengladbach 11 Schalke 04 0 (1967)
11 years prior to their 12-0 victory over Dortmund, Gladbach managed to record an emphatic 11-0 victory over Schalke 04. Heynckes hit a hat-trick, naturally, as did Herbert Laumen and Bernd Rupp whilst Gunter Netzer hit two of his own.
Borussia Dortmund 11 Arminia Bielefeld 1 (1982)
Dortmund might have been beaten 12-0 in 1978 but it only took them four years to inflict the same pain that they had felt on one of their own opponents. Arminia Bielefeld were the unfortunate victims this time, though. Manfred Burgsmuller certainly appeared to enjoy himself on the day as he netted five goals in that outing, whilst Bernd Klotz got three for himself.
Bayern Munich 11 Borussia Dortmund 1 (1971)
When Bayern Munich are involved with a high-scoring game throughout a particular era, you can bet on Gerd Muller having been a player to have a huge impact on the scoreline. Indeed, the legendary forward put Borussia Dortmund to the sword in 1971 when he managed to score four times in their 11-1 victory. He was not the only one to score multiple goals, though, as Uli Hoeneß and Franz Roth both bagged a brace as well.
Bayern certainly appear to have a marksman that can replicate what Muller was able to achieve in the shape of Robert Lewandowski.