For the first time since such data has been collected in the German Bundesliga, a team went through an entire match without taking a single shot at goal. Bayern Munich beat Werder Bremen 6-0 without a single moment of feeling threatened.
A brace from Philipp Lahm, another from Mario Gotze and more goals from Thomas Muller and Xabi Alonso did the scoring, but Manuel Neuer kept his clean sheet in one of the most boring experiences he’s had to go through since becoming the goalkeeper of the German champions, and he’s had quite a few games of doing nothing. Bayern scored in every opportunity they created, making it a perfect six for six against the helpless Raphael Wolf.
Bayern Munich have conceded only two goals in the Bundesliga this season. They haven’t conceded a goal in their last six matches. And it wasn’t a surprise Bremen were beaten so easily. They’ve lost their last nine matches against Bayern and haven’t beaten them in 14 matches.
Bremen have yet to win a match this season with just four points through their first eight matches, conceding 22 goals. This is the first time in 51 years that they’ve failed to win through the first eight matches of the seasons, building up to be their worst start in history.