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The 2014–15 FC Bayern Munich season was the 116th season in the club's history and the 50th consecutive season in the top flight of German football, the Bundesliga, since their promotion from the Regionalliga Süd in 1965. Bayern participated in the season's editions of the DFB-Pokal, DFL-Supercup and UEFA Champions League. It was the 10th season for Bayern in the Allianz Arena.

FC Bayern Munich
2014–15 season
Sporting directorMatthias Sammer
ManagerPep Guardiola
StadiumAllianz Arena
BundesligaWinners
DFB-PokalSemi-finals
DFL-SupercupRunners-up
UEFA Champions LeagueSemi-finals
Top goalscorerLeague:
Arjen Robben (17)
Robert Lewandowski (17)

All:
Robert Lewandowski (25)
Highest home attendance75,000[n 1]
Lowest home attendance68,000[n 2]
Average home league attendance72,882[1]
Biggest winFC Bayern Munich 8–0 Hamburger SV
Biggest defeatVfL Wolfsburg 4–1 FC Bayern Munich
FC Barcelona 3–0 FC Bayern Munich
All statistics correct as of 12 May 2015.

Contents

BackgroundEdit

OverviewEdit

ContextEdit

Bayern came into the 2014–15 season as the defending Bundesliga champions[2] and defending DFB-Pokal champions.[3] In the 2013–14 season, Bayern were knocked-out of Champions League by eventual winners Real Madrid in the semifinals, losing 5–0 on aggregate.[4] Bayern hired Michael Reschke as Technical Director.[5] This is a new position and will provide "support" for Matthias Sammer, the Sporting Director for Bayern.[5]

TransfersEdit

 
Xabi Alonso joined Bayern in August 2014

Robert Lewandowski,[6] Sebastian Rode,[7] Juan Bernat,[8] Pepe Reina,[9] Medhi Benatia,[10] Xabi Alonso,[11] and Sinan Kurt[12] transferred to Bayern. Lewandowski was the second "key" player within a year to move to Bayern from Borussia Dortmund.[13] Bayern bought Medhi Benatia from Roma for an undisclosed fee.[10] Pep Guardiola wanted to sign another player due to Javi Martínez's injury in the German Super Cup.[14] For this reason, Bayern brought Xabi Alonso from Real Madrid[11] for undisclosed fee. Lukas Raeder,[15] Alessandro Schöpf,[16] Mario Mandžukić,[17] Toni Kroos,[18] and Diego Contento[19] left the club. Contento had been at the club for 19 years.[20] Mandžukić wanted to leave Bayern because the "playing style of coach Pep Guardiola simply does not fit him."[21] Julian Green was loaned out to Hamburger SV[22] and Daniel Van Buyten retired.[23] He had been offered another role at Bayern.[24]

Pre-seasonEdit

Pre-season started on 9 July.[25] During pre-season, Bayern defeated Red Baroons Dietmannsried 3–0 on 18 July in its first friendly match of the season.[26] This was Holger Badstuber's first match in 594 days.[26] Badstuber injured his ACL against Borussia Dortmund on 1 December 2012.[27] and re-injured it on 19 May 2013.[28] He returned to first-team training on 5 May 2014.[29] Also in pre-season, Bayern faced MSV Duisburg on 21 July in a benefits match[30] which ended in a 1–1 draw.[31] Robert Lewandowski made his pre-season debut and scored his first goal for Bayern.[31] Pre-season continued with the 2014 Telekom Cup.[32] Bayern faced Borussia Mönchengladbach in the semifinal on 26 July which Bayern won in a shoot-out, after a 2–2 draw in sixty minutes.[32] Bayern defeated VfL Wolfsburg 3–0 in the final the following day and won the cup.[33] Bayern took a tour of the United States.[34] This is Bayern's first pre-season tour in the United States in a decade.[35] Bayern were in New York City for three days.[36] During the tour, on 31 July,[37] they defeated Chivas Guadalajara 1–0 at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey and won the Audi Football Summit Cup 2014.[38][39] Bayern were also in Portland, Oregon for four days.[36] While in Portland, on 6 August,[40] Bayern lost to the MLS All-Star team 2–1 on 6 August.[41] Pep Guardiola was angry because of "harsh challenges" and didn't shake Caleb Porter's hand after the game.[35][42] Two of the tackles came from Osvaldo Alonso and other tackle came from Will Johnson.[43] The tackle by Johnson injured Bastian Schweinsteiger.[43] During pre-season, Thiago "suffered a relapse" of his knee injury that he picked up in March 2014.[44]

Mid-seasonEdit

Prior to the winter break, Bayern signed Tom Starke to a contract extension and gave Gianluca Gaudino his first professional contract.[45] Bayern defeated Mainz 05 and immediately went on winter break.[46] During the winter break, Bayern signed Joshua Kimmich as their first transfer signing for the 2015–16 season.[47] Most of the players returned on 7 January.[46] David Alaba, Holger Badstuber, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, Medhi Benatia, and Tom Starke had returned earlier.[48] Bayern loaned out Højbjerg for the remainder of the season[49] and sold Xherdan Shaqiri.[50] Højbjerg also received a contract extension.[51] Bayern left for a nine-day training camp in Doha, Qatar on 9 January.[52] Philipp Lahm and Thiago didn't go to Doha, Qatar.[53] While in the Middle East, Bayern played two friendlies.[52] In the first match in Qatar, Bayern defeated the Qatar Stars League XI 4–1.[54] In the second match in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Bayern defeated Al-Hilal 4–1.[55] Bayern finished mid-season training with a 5–1 win against VfL Bochum on 23 January.[56] On 13 January, Allianz Arena increased capacity to 75,000 after the city of Munich approved the increase[57] which is for Bundesliga matches only.[57] The capacity for UEFA Champions League matches also increased.[57]

Transfers and contractsEdit

InEdit

No. Pos. Name Age EU Moved from Type Transfer window Contract ends Transfer fee Ref.
9 FW   Robert Lewandowski 25 Yes   Borussia Dortmund End of contract Summer 2019 Free [6]
[13]
20 MF   Sebastian Rode 23 Yes   Eintracht Frankfurt End of contract Summer 2018 Free [7]
18 DF   Juan Bernat 21 Yes   Valencia Transfer Summer 2019 Undisclosed [8]
23 GK   Pepe Reina 31 Yes   Liverpool Transfer Summer 2017 Undisclosed [9]
5 DF   Medhi Benatia 27 Yes   Roma Transfer Summer 2019 Undisclosed [10][58]
3 MF   Xabi Alonso 32 Yes   Real Madrid Transfer Summer 2016 Undisclosed [11]
24 FW   Sinan Kurt 17 Yes   Borussia Mönchengladbach Transfer Summer 2018 Undisclosed [12]

OutEdit

No. Pos. Name Age EU Moved to Type Transfer window Transfer fee Ref.
5 DF   Daniel Van Buyten 36 Yes Retired End of contract Summer Free [23]
32 GK   Lukas Raeder 20 Yes   Vitória Setúbal End of contract Summer Free [15][59]
34 MF   Alessandro Schöpf 20 Yes   1. FC Nürnberg Transfer Summer Undisclosed [16]
9 FW   Mario Mandžukić 28 Yes   Atlético Madrid Transfer Summer Undisclosed [17]
39 MF   Toni Kroos 24 Yes   Real Madrid Transfer Summer Undisclosed [18]
26 DF   Diego Contento 24 Yes   Girondins de Bordeaux Transfer Summer Undisclosed [19]
37 MF   Julian Green 19 Yes   Hamburger SV Loan Summer Undisclosed [22]
34 MF   Pierre-Emile Højbjerg 19 Yes   FC Augsburg Loan January Undisclosed [49]
11 MF   Xherdan Shaqiri 23 No   Inter Milan Transfer January Undisclosed [50]

ContractsEdit

No. Pos. Name Age EU Status Contract length Expiry date Other details Ref.
18 DF   Juan Bernat 21 Yes Transfer Five years 30 June 2019 [8]
23 GK   Pepe Reina 31 Yes Transfer Three years 30 June 2017 [9]
5 DF   Medhi Benatia 27 No Transfer Five years 30 June 2019 [58]
3 MF   Xabi Alonso 32 Yes Transfer Two years 30 June 2016 [11]
24 FW   Sinan Kurt 17 Yes Transfer Four years 30 June 2018 [12]
16 MF   Gianluca Gaudino 18 Yes First pro contract Four years 30 June 2018 [45]
22 GK   Tom Starke 33 Yes Extension One year 30 June 2016 [45]
MF   Joshua Kimmich 19 Yes Signing Five years 30 June 2020 Signed for the 2015–16 season. [47]
34 MF   Pierre-Emile Højbjerg 19 Yes Extension Three years 30 June 2018 [51]

Friendly resultsEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

Match Date
Kick-off[n 3]
H/A/N Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Bayern Munich Opponent
Dream Game 18 July
18:00
N Red Baroons Dietmannsried 3–0 11,150 Alaba   5'37'
Hägler   14'
[26]
Friendly 21 July
18:30
A MSV Duisburg 1–1 24,126 Lewandowski   62'
Steinhart   80'
Schnellhardt   69' [31]
Telekom Cup 2014
Semifinals
26 July
20:30
N Borussia Mönchengladbach 2–2
(5–4 p)
42,000 Lewandowski   29'
Ribéry   34'
Kruse   42' (pen.)60' (pen.) [32]
Penalties
Lewandowski   
Alaba   
Badstuber   
Rafinha   
Højbjerg   
Martínez   
   Nordtveit
   Raffael
   Hahn
   Kruse
   Wendt
   Korb
Telekom Cup 2014
Final
27 July
18:15
N VfL Wolfsburg 3–0 50,000 Lewandowski   4'20'
Rode   15'
[33]
Audi Football Summit 1 August
02:00
N Guadalajara 1–0 25,073 Pizarro   10'
Martínez   28'
Rafinha   87'
Pereira   22'
Sánchez   73'
Solís   84'
[37]
2014 MLS All-Star Game 7 August
03:55
A MLS All-Stars 1–2 21,733 Lewandowski   8'
Boateng   90+2'
Wright-Phillips   51'
Alonso   64'
Donovan   70'
Johnson   89'
[40]
Paulaner Cup 6 October
17:30
N Paulaner Dream Team 5–1 Müller   36'
Pantovic   69'
Eberwein   75'79'
Alonso   85'
Prünstner   71' [60]
Friendly 13 January
18:05
A Qatar Stars League XI 4–1 6,838 Weiser   4'14'
Ribéry   43'
Pizarro   90+1'
Harbaoui   26',   45+2' [54]
Friendly 17 January
18:00
A Al-Hilal 4–1 Dante   9'
Schweinsteiger   11'
Lewandowski   39'
Pizarro   62'
Weiser   90+2'
Digão   57'
Al-Dawsari   90'
[55]
Friendly 23 January
18:00
A VfL Bochum 5–1 29,299 Robben   26'78'
Dante   43'
Götze   66'
Rode   84'
Latza   5' [56]

BundesligaEdit

Bundesliga reviewEdit

AugustEdit

Bayern defeated VfL Wolfsburg 2–1 on 22 August[61] in the opening match of the Bundesliga season.[62] Thomas Müller and Arjen Robben scored for Bayern and Ivica Olić scored for Wolfsburg.[61][63] Junior Malanda failed to convert an opportunity that would have equalised for Wolfsburg.[64] The original shot came off Manuel Neuer then off the crossbar.[64] Then after the ball hit the crossbar, Malanda missed from a yard out.[64] Bayern had chances to score more goals. Sebastian Rode had a goal wrongly ruled out[63][65] after the assistant referee flagged for offside[63] and Arjen Robben hit the crossbar.[65] Bastian Schweinsteiger, Rafinha, Thiago, Franck Ribéry, and Javi Martínez were out injured.[61] Jérôme Boateng finished his two-match suspension which he received during the 2013–14 season.[66] Robert Lewandowski, Juan Bernat made their league debuts for Bayern.[61] Jérôme Boateng finished his two-match suspension which he received during the 2013–14 season.[66] 17 year-old Gianluca Gaudino made his first Bundesliga appearance of his career and 18-year-old Lucas Scholl was on the bench for the first team for the first time.[67] Bayern finished the matchday tied for third with Hannover 96.[68] Then, on matchday two on 30 August, Bayern finished August with a 1–1 draw against Schalke 04 on 30 August.[69] Robert Lewandowski scored for Bayern and Benedikt Höwedes scored for Schalke 04.[69] Lewandowski's goal was his first competitive goal for Bayern.[70] Bayern disputed Höwedes' goal after it came off his arm.[70][71][72] Bayern managed 10 shots on target, which was the worst total for Bayern since Pep Guardiola took over as head coach.[73] This was Schalke 04's first point against Bayern since 10 December 2010.[71] Xabi Alonso made his debut.[74] Bayern finished the matchday tied for fifth with Eintracht Frankfurt.[75]

SeptemberEdit

Bayern started September with a 2–0 win against VfB Stuttgart on matchday three on 13 September.[76] Mario Götze and Franck Ribéry scored for Bayern.[77] Holger Badstuber left the match with a thigh injury.[78] Bayern finished the matchday in second place.[79] Then, on matchday four on 20 September, the match against Hamburger SV finished in a 0–0 draw.[80] Guardiola decided to rotate players[81] from their midweek Champions League match. Thomas Müller was on the substitutes bench, however, he replaced Arjen Robben in starting line-up after Robben was injured during the warm-up.[81] Bayern finished the matchday in fourth place.[82] On matchday five, on 23 September, Bayern defeated Paderborn 07 4–0[83] with two goals from Mario Götze and a goal each from Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller.[84] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[85] On matchday six, on 27 September, Bayern defeated 1. FC Köln 2–0[86] with a goal from Mario Götze and an own goal from Daniel Halfar.[87] Bayern were denied a penalty shot, again, after Arjen Robben went down.[88] Xabi Alonso broke the record for having the most touches on the ball in a single match.[89] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[90]

OctoberEdit

Bayern started October with a 4–0 win against Hannover 96 on matchday seven on 4 October.[91] Both Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben scored two goals each.[92] Xabi Alonso took a shot from just inside his own half, which was subsequently tipped over the crossbar.[93] With the win, Bayern got their 23rd win in 26 matches in Munich against Hannover.[91] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[94] Bayern then defeated Werder Bremen 6–0[95] on matchday eight on 18 October with two goals from Philipp Lahm, two goals from Mario Götze, and a goal each from Xabi Alonso and Thomas Müller.[96] Alonso's goal was his first goal since transferring to Bayern.[95] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[97] Then on 26 October, on matchday nine,[98] Borussia Mönchengladbach ended Bayern's six-match winning streak in all competitions[99] with a 0–0 draw.[100] Bayern had a chance to win four consecutive league matches for the first time in 47 years.[101] Borussia Mönchengladbach's tactics against Bayern was to crowd the penalty area and play counterattacking football.[102] Yann Sommer made a fingertip save from a David Alaba shot that hit the post.[99] Arjen Robben was injured for the match.[101] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[98]

NovemberEdit

Bayern started November with a 2–1 win against Borussia Dortmund,[103] on matchday 10, 1 November.[104] Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben scored for Bayern and Marco Reus for Borussia Dortmund.[104] A Marco Reus header[105] gave Dortmund the lead[106] in the 31st minute.[104] In the second half,[104] Neven Subotić stopped a through-ball from Franck Ribéry to Robben.[107] However, the ball went to Lewandowski[107] who scored the equaliser.[106] Robben scored the winning goal from the penalty spot[103] after Subotić fouled Ribéry.[107] Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller made several saves during the match.[105] Bayern finished the matchday in first place[108] and maintained their four-point lead.[105] Then on 8 November, on matchday 11, Bayern defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 4–0[109] with three goals from Thomas Müller and a goal from Xherdan Shaqiri.[110] Müller opened the scoring in the 23rd minute.[109] Müller hit the back of the net three minutes later, however, the referee called offside on the play.[111] Then he got his second goal in the 64th minute and completed his hattrick in the 67th minute.[109] This was Müller's second hattrick of his career.[112] Xherdan Shaqiri then scored in the 86th minute.[110] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[113] Then on 22 November, on matchday 12, Bayern defeated 1899 Hoffenheim 4–0 with goals from Mario Götze, Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben, and Sebastian Rode.[114] Götze opened the scoring in the 23rd minute.[115] Then five minutes before half-time, Lewandowski put Bayern up 2–0.[115] Robben put Bayern up 3–0 in the 83rd minute.[115] Four minutes later, Rode scored to put Bayern up 4–0.[115] Bastian Schweinsteiger made his first competitive match of the season[115][116] when he came on as a substitute in the 78th minute[114] 1899 Hoffenheim player Ádám Szalai was sent-off in the 90th minute[114] for a foul on Dante.[117] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[118] Bayern extended their lead to seven points[117] after Wolfsburg lost to Schalke 04.[119] On matchday 13, on 29 November,[120] Bayern defeated Hertha BSC 1–0 by a first-half goal from Arjen Robben.[121] Franck Ribéry tied Matthieu Delpierre record for most appearances for a French player.[122] With the cleansheet, Bayern tied VfB Stuttgart's record of only three goals conceded in the opening 13 Bundesliga matches.[123] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[124]

DecemberEdit

To start December, Bayern defeated Bayer Leverkusen 1–0[125] with Franck Ribéry's 100th goal for Bayern.[125][126][127] on matchday 14, on 6 December.[126] The goal came in the 51st minute.[126] Bayern had chances to score more goals after taking the lead, by failed to convert any of those chances.[128] Bayern finished the match in first place,[129] seven points over second place Wolfsburg.[128] Then on 13 December, on matchday 15,[130] Bayern defeated FC Augsburg 4–0[131] with two goals from Arjen Robben and a goal each from Medhi Benatia and Robert Lewandowski.[130] Benatia opened the scoring in the 58th minute.[132] Then a minute later, Robben scored his first goal of the match.[132] Lewandowski's goal came in the 68th minute before Robben got his second goal of the match three minutes later.[132] Manuel Neuer had touched the ball 64 times during the match and won a free kick "well outside of the box against Tobias Werner."[133] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[134] On 16 December, on matchday 16,[135] Bayern defeated SC Freiburg 2–0[136] with goals from Arjen Robben and Thomas Müller.[137] Robben scored in the 41st minute and Müller scored in the 48th minute.[135] Robben scored his 100th competitive goal for Bayern.[138] Bayern had a season record 81% possession.[139] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[140] On matchday 17, on 19 December, Bayern defeated 1. FSV Mainz 05 2–1.[141] Elkin Soto opened the scoring in the 21st minute.[142] However, three minutes later, Bastian Schweinsteiger scored the equaliser from a free kick.[142] Then Arjen Robben scored the winning goal with 30 seconds of normal time remaining.[143] Bayern finished the matchday in first place[144] and the first half of the season undefeated.[52]

January–FebruaryEdit

On matchday 18, on 30 January,[145] Bayern lost their first match of the Bundesliga season[146] and their first league match in 293 days[147] after losing 4–1 to Wolfsburg.[146] Bayern had only given up four league goals all season[148] and was the first league match where Bayern gave up four goals since 4 April 2009 when they lost to Wolfsburg 5–1.[147] Bas Dost and Kevin De Bruyne each scored two goals for Wolfsburg and Juan Bernat scored for Bayern.[145] Dost gave Wolfsburg a 1–0 league in the fourth minute and added a second in stoppage time in the first half.[147] Dost became the first player in 102 league matches to score two goals against Bayern.[149] De Bruyne added a third for Wolfsburg in the 53rd minute before Bernat scored two minutes later to give Bayern their only goal of the match.[147] De Bruyne scored his second goal of the match to put Wolfsburg up 4–1.[147] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[150] On matchday 19, on 3 February,[151] Bayern and Schalke 04 finished their match in a 1–1 draw.[152] Arjen Robben opened the scoring in the 67th minute for Bayern and Benedikt Höwedes equalised in the 72nd minute.[151] Jérôme Boateng was sent-off in the 17th minute.[153] Manuel Neuer saved the subsequent penalty shot.[152] Boateng received a three-match ban for the red card[154] which was later reduced to two matches.[155] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[156] On matchday 20, on 7 February,[157] Bayern defeated VfB Stuttgart 2–0 with goals from Arjen Robben and David Alaba[158] to win their first match of 2015.[159] Just before half-time, Robben scored the opening goal of the match.[160] Then in the 50th minute,[157] Alaba scored from a free kick from about 30 yards out from goal.[160] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[161] On matchday 21, on 14 February, Bayern defeated Hamburger SV 8–0 with two goals each from Thomas Müller, Mario Götze, and Arjen Robben and a goal each from Robert Lewandowski and Franck Ribéry.[162] This was Bayern's biggest victory since their 9–0 win against Kickers Offenbach in March 1984.[163] In the 21st minute, Müller opened the scoring from the penalty mark.[164] two minutes later, Götze put Bayern up 2–0.[165] Robben scored the next two goals.[162] The first goal happened in the 36th minute[162] and the second goal happened in the 47th minute.[165] Bayern went up 5–0 after Müller's second goal of the match in the 55th minute.[165] Lewandowski made it 6–0 a minute later.[165] Ribéry scored in the 69th minute.[165] Götze finished the scoring in 88th minute.[165] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[166] On matchday 22, on 21 February,[167] Bayern defeated Paderborn 07 6–0 with two goals each from Robert Lewandoweski and Arjen Robben and a goal each from Franck Ribéry and Mitchell Weiser.[168] Lewandowski gave Bayern a 2–0 first-half lead when he scored in the 24th and 37th minutes.[169] Robben scored from a penalty kick in the 63rd minute.[169] Florian Hartherz was sent-off on the play that led to the penalty shot.[170] Ribéry scored in the 72nd minute[169] and Weiser scored his first Bundesliga goal[171] in the 78th minute before Robben got his second of the match in the 86th minute.[169] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[172] On matchday 23, on 27 February, Bayern defeated 1. FC Köln 4–1.[173] Bastian Schweinsteiger, Franck Ribéry, Arjen Robben, and Robert Lewandowski scored for Bayern and Anthony Ujah scored for Köln.[174] Bayern took a 2–0 lead inside the first 10 minutes when Schweinsteiger scored off of a corner kick in the third minute and Ribéry goal in the 10th minute.[175] Ujah pulled a goal back when he scored during stoppage time in the first half.[175] Robben and Lewandowski both scored in the second half to give Bayern the 4–1 lead.[175] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[176]

MarchEdit

On matchday 24, on 7 March, Bayern defeated Hannover 96 3–1.[177] Bayern got two goals from Thomas Müller and a goal from Xabi Alonso and Hiroshi Kiyotake scored for Hannover.[178] Kiyotake Gave Hannover the lead in the 25th minute.[179] Then Xabi Alonso scored the equaliser from a free kick in the 28th minute.[179] Then Müller scored from a penalty kick in the 61st minute. He got his second goal of the match 11 minutes later to put Bayern up 3–1.[179] Dante came off in the 32nd minute and was replaced by Robert Lewandowski.[180] Bayern finished the matchday in first place[181] and took an 11-point lead after VfL Wolfsburg lost to FC Augsburg.[182] On matchday 25, on 14 March, Bayern defeated Werder Bremen 4–0 with two goals from Robert Lewandowski and a goal each from Thomas Müller and David Alaba.[183] Müller scored in the 24th minute and Alaba scored in stoppage time in the first half to give Bayern a 2–0 first half lead.[184] Lewandowski scored in the 76th minute and stoppage time in the second half to put Bayern up 4–0.[184] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[185] On matchday 26, on 22 March, Bayern lost to Borussia Mönchengladbach 2–0[186] with two goals, in 30th and 77th minutes, by Raffael.[187] The loss meant that Bayern's six-match winning streak came to an end[188] and they lost at Allianz Arena for the first time since losing to Real Madrid in April 2014.[189] Arjen Robben came off in the 24th minute after he tore an abdominal muscle.[189] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[190]

AprilEdit

On matchday 27, on 4 April, Bayern defeated Borussia Dortmund 1–0 with a 36th-minute goal from Robert Lewandowski.[191] Lewandowski scored from a header after Roman Weidenfeller "parried" Thomas Müller's shot.[192] Bayern and Dortmund came into the match with a 31-point difference in the league table.[193] Four players for Bayern were out with various injuries.[193] Bastian Schweinsteiger was injured during the match.[194] However, Thiago made his first appearance since his injury and Philipp Lahm made his first start since his injury.[195] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[196] On matchday 28, on 11 April,[197] Bayern defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 3–0 with two goals from Robert Lewandowski and a goal from Thomas Müller.[198] Lewandowski gave Bayern a 1–0 lead in the 15th minute and put Bayern up 2–0 in the 66th minute.[197] Müller scored Bayern's third goal in the 82nd minute.[197] Seven players were out due to injury.[198] Bayern finished the match in first place.[199] On matchday 29, on 18 April,[200] Bayern defeated 1899 Hoffenheim 2–0 with a 38th-minute goal from Sebastian Rode and a second half stoppage time own goal from Andreas Beck. [201] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[202] On matchday 30, on 25 April,[203] Bayern defeated Hertha BSC 1–0 with a goal from Bastian Schweinsteiger.[204] Schweinsteiger scored in the 80th minute after Mitchell Weiser crossed the ball to him.[205] Javi Martínez was in the squad for the first time in 255 days.[203] Pep Guardiola made five changes to the starting 11 from the Champions League match against Porto in mid-week.[203] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[206] The following day, Bayern won their 25th German championship (24th Bundesliga championship), and 3rd consecutive championship, after Borussia Mönchengladbach defeated VfL Wolfsburg 1–0.[207]

MayEdit

On matchday 31, on 2 May, Bayern lost to Bayer Leverkusen 2–0 with goals from Hakan Çalhanoğlu and Julian Brandt.[208] Çalhanoğlu scored in the 55th minute from a free kick and Brandt scored in the 81st minute.[209] Pep Guardiola made seven changes from their mid-week German Cup match[209] including Rico Strieder,[209] who made his professional debut,[210] and Javi Martínez, who made his season debut in the Bundesliga.[208] Lukas Görtler, who came on in the 72nd minute, also made his professional debut.[210] On matchday 32, on 9 May, Bayern lost to FC Augsburg 1–0 with a 71st-minute goal from Raúl Bobadilla.[211] Pepe Reina received a red card in the 13th minute.[120] Paul Verhaegh hit the post in the subsequent penalty shot[212] and Reina eventually received a two-match suspension for the red card.[213] Dante also picked up a suspension after receiving his fifth yellow card of the season.[214] This was the first time since October 1991 that Bayern lost four in a row (in all competitions and including shoot-out losses).[212] On 16 May, on matchday 33, Bayern lost 2–1 to SC Freiburg.[215] Bastian Schweinsteiger, gave Bayern the lead in the 13th minute.[216] Admir Mehmedi equalized in the 33rd minute[216] and Nils Petersen scored the winner in the 89th minute.[217] This was Bayern's fifth loss in six matches in all competitions.[216] This was also the first time Freiburg beat Bayern since 9 March 1996.[215] On matchday 34, on 23 May, Bayern defeated Mainz 05 2–0 with a goal from the penalty mark from Robert Lewandowski in the 25th minute and a 48th-minute goal from Bastian Schweinsteiger.[218] Schweinsteiger played in his 500th match for Bayern.[219]

Bundesliga tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Bayern Munich (C) 34 25 4 5 80 18 +62 79 Qualification to Champions League group stage
2 VfL Wolfsburg 34 20 9 5 72 38 +34 69
3 Borussia Mönchengladbach 34 19 9 6 53 26 +27 66
4 Bayer Leverkusen 34 17 10 7 62 37 +25 61 Qualification to Champions League play-off round
5 FC Augsburg 34 15 4 15 43 43 0 49 Qualification to Europa League group stage[a]
Source: DFB
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ Since the winners of the 2014–15 DFB-Pokal, VfL Wolfsburg, qualified for the Champions League based on league position, the Europa League group stage spot was passed to the sixth-placed team, Schalke 04; and the Europa League third qualifying round spot was passed to the seventh-placed team, Borussia Dortmund.

Bundesliga results summaryEdit

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
34 25 4 5 80 18  +62 79 14 1 2 46 7  +39 11 3 3 34 11  +23

Last updated: 23 May 2015.
Source: Bundesliga

Bundesliga resultsEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

MD Date
Kick-off[n 3]
H/A Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Table Ref.
Bayern Munich Opponent Pos. Pts.
1 22 August
20:30
H VfL Wolfsburg 2–1 71,000 Müller   37'
Robben   47'
Olić   52'
Luiz Gustavo   69'
Arnold   88'
T3 3 [61]
[68]
[220]
2 30 August
18:30
A Schalke 04 1–1 61,973 Lewandowski   10'
Rode   38'
Kirchhoff   13'
Höger   17'
Draxler   45'
Höwedes   62'
T5 4 [69]
[75]
[221]
3 13 September
15:30
H VfB Stuttgart 2–0 71,000 Götze   27'
Alonso   62'
Ribéry   85'
Romeu   27' 2 7 [76]
[79]
[222]
4 20 September
15:30
A Hamburger SV 0–0 57,000 Højbjerg   90'
Neuer   90'
Arslan   45'
Müller   59'
Behrami   82'
4 8 [80]
[82]
[223]
5 23 September
20:00
H Paderborn 07 4–0 71,000 Götze   8'78'
Lewandowski   12'
Müller   85'
1 11 [83]
[85]
6 27 September
15:30
A 1. FC Köln 2–0 50,000 Götze   19'
Halfar   66' (o.g.)
1 14 [86]
[90]
7 4 October
15:30
H Hannover 96 4–0 71,000 Lewandowski   6'38'
Robben   13'79'
1 17 [91]
[94]
8 18 October
15:30
H Werder Bremen 6–0 71,000 Lahm   20'79'
Alonso   27'
Müller   43' (pen.)
Götze   45'86'
Gálvez   75' 1 20 [96]
[97]
[224]
9 26 October
17:30
A Borussia Mönchengladbach 0–0 54,010 Götze   45'
Dante   48'
Benatia   62'
Wendt   48' 1 21 [100]
[98]
[225]
10 1 November
18:30
H Borussia Dortmund 2–1 71,000 Alonso   37'
Lewandowski   72'
Robben   85' (pen.)
Reus   31'
Piszczek   62'
Subotić   84'
1 24 [104]
[108]
[226]
11 8 November
15:30
A Eintracht Frankfurt 4–0 51,500 Müller   23'64'67'
Ribéry   66'
Shaqiri   86'
Chandler   32'
Aigner   38'
1 27 [110]
[113]
[227]
12 22 November
15:30
H 1899 Hoffenheim 4–0 71,000 Götze   27'
Boateng   30'
Lewandowski   39'
Robben   82'
Rode   87'
Alonso   88'
Schwegler   28'
Volland   54'
Szalai   90'
1 30 [114]
[118]
[228]
13 29 November
15:30
A Hertha BSC 1–0 76,197 Robben   27' Hosogai   80' 1 33 [120]
[124]
[229]
14 6 December
18:30
H Bayer Leverkusen 1–0 71,000 Ribéry   51' Son   41'
Castro   68'
Bellarabi   89'
1 36 [126]
[129]
[230]
15 13 December
15:30
A FC Augsburg 4–0 30,600 Benatia   58'
Robben   60'71'
Lewandowski   68'
1 39 [130]
[134]
16 16 December
20:00
H SC Freiburg 2–0 71,000 Benatia   12'
Robben   41'
Müller   48'
Schuster   43' 1 42 [135]
[140]
[231]
17 19 December
20:30
A Mainz 05 2–1 34,000 Schweinsteiger   24'
Robben   90'
Soto   21',   48'
Koo   60'
1 45 [141]
[144]
[232]
18 30 January
20:30
A VfL Wolfsburg 1–4 30,000 Alonso   43'
Schweinsteiger   47'
Bernat   55'
Dost   4'45+2'
Arnold   43'
De Bruyne   53'73'
Luiz Gustavo   90+1'
1 45 [145]
[150]
[233]
19 3 February
20:00
H Schalke 04 1–1 75,000 Boateng   17'
Benatia   64'
Robben   67'
Weiser   80'
Schweinsteiger   86'
Höwedes   46',   72' 1 46 [151]
[156]
[234]
20 7 February
15:30
A VfB Stuttgart 2–0 60,000 Robben   41'
Alaba   50'
Benatia   86'
Romeu   49' 1 49 [157]
[161]
[235]
21 14 February
15:30
H Hamburger SV 8–0 75,000 Müller   21' (pen.)55'
Götze   23'88'
Robben   36'47'
Lewandowski   56'
Ribéry   69'
Van der Vaart   29' 1 52 [162]
[166]
[236]
22 21 February
15:30
A Paderborn 07 6–0 15,360 Lewandowski   24'37'
Robben   63' (pen.)86'
Ribéry   72'
Weiser   78'
Hartherz   62' 1 55 [167]
[172]
23 27 February
20:30
H 1. FC Köln 4–1 75,000 Schweinsteiger   3'
Ribéry   10'
Robben   67'
Lewandowski   76'
Ujah   45+1'
Halfar   73'
1 58 [173]
[176]
[237]
24 7 March
15:30
A Hannover 96 3–1 49,000 Alonso   28',   39'
Müller   61' (pen.)72'
Bernat   64'
Ribéry   82'
Kiyotake   25'
Bittencourt   77'
1 61 [177]
[181]
[238]
25 14 March
15:30
A Werder Bremen 4–0 42,100 Müller   24'
Rafinha   29'
Alaba   45'
Benatia   62'
Boateng   67'
Lewandowski   76'90+1'
Prödl   62'
Junuzović   66'
García   67'
1 64 [183]
[185]
[239]
26 22 March
17:30
H Borussia Mönchengladbach 0–2 75,000 Jantschke   22'
Raffael   30'77'
Hahn   51'
1 64 [186]
[190]
[240]
27 4 April
18:30
A Borussia Dortmund 1–0 80,667 Schweinsteiger   19'
Lewandowski   36'
Alonso   75'
Rode   90'
Aubameyang   21'
Schmelzer   28'
1 67 [191]
[196]
[241]
28 11 April
15:30
H Eintracht Frankfurt 3–0 75,000 Dante   3'
Lewandowski   15'66'
Müller   82'
Madlung   35'
Stendera   66'
Ignjovski   88'
1 70 [197]
[199]
[242]
29 18 April
15:30
A 1899 Hoffenheim 2–0 30,150 Müller   21'
Dante   24'
Rode   38'
Rafinha   66'
Beck   90+3' (o.g.)
Rudy   19'
Beck   68'
Volland   70'
1 73 [200]
[202]
[243]
30 25 April
18:30
H Hertha BSC 1–0 75,000 Schweinsteiger   80' Kalou   62' 1 76 [203]
[206]
[244]
31 2 May
18:30
A Bayer Leverkusen 0–2 30,210 Dante   71'
Rafinha   88'
Schweinsteiger   89'
Weiser   90+1'
Çalhanoğlu   55'
Brandt   81'
Bellarabi   88'
1 76 [209]
[245]
32 9 May
15:30
H FC Augsburg 0–1 75,000 Dante   12'
Reina   13'
Rafinha   90+2'
Bobadilla   71'
Hong   77'
1 76 [211]
[246]
[247]
33 16 May
15:30
A SC Freiburg 1–2 24,000 Schweinsteiger   13' Mehmedi   33'
Guédé   65'
Petersen   89'
1 76 [215]
[248]
[249]
34 23 May
15:30
H Mainz 05 2–0 75,000 Lewandowski   25' (pen.)
Schweinsteiger   48'
1 79 [218]
[250]

DFB-PokalEdit

DFB-Pokal reviewEdit

The draw for the first round of the DFB-Pokal was held on 1 June.[251] Bayern were drawn against Preußen Münster.[251] The match took place on 17 August.[252] Bayern won 4–1 with goals from Mario Götze, Thomas Müller, David Alaba, and Claudio Pizarro.[252] Rogier Krohne scored for Preußen Münster.[252] Robert Lewandowski failed to convert from the penalty spot in the last minute of the match.[253] Holger Badstuber played his first competitive match since getting injured[254] on 1 December 2012 against Borussia Dortmund.[27] Bastian Schweinsteiger was unavailable for the match.[255] Bayern were drawn against Hamburger SV in the second round draw.[256] The match took place on 29 October with Bayern winning 3–1.[257] Robert Lewandowski, David Alaba, and Franck Ribéry scored for Bayern and Pierre-Michel Lasogga scored for Hamburg.[258] Jaroslav Drobný made several saves against Bayern.[259] Ribéry was hit by a spectator with a scarf[260] which Hamburg were eventually fined for.[261] Medhi Benatia was suspended for the match.[262] Bayern were drawn against Eintracht Braunschweig in the round of 16 draw.[263] The match took place on 4 March.[264] Bayern won 2–0 with two goals from David Alaba and Mario Götze.[265] Alaba scored in stoppage time in the first half[266] after Arjen Robben won a free kick[267] and Götze scored in the 57th minute.[266] In the quarterfinal draw, Bayern were drawn against Bayer Leverkusen.[268] The match took place on 8 April.[269] The match finished in a 0–0 draw with Bayern advancing after winning in a shoot-out 5–3.[270] Leverkusen's first kick was saved after Manuel Neuer "parried" Josip Drmić's shot.[270] Medhi Benatia left the match due to injury in the 34th minute.[271] In the semifinal draw, Bayern were drawn against Borussia Dortmund.[272] The match took place on 28 April.[273] The match finished in a 1–1 draw with Borussia Dortmund winning in a shoot-out.[274] Bayern missed all four of their shots in the shoot-out.[274] Borussia Dortmund converted two of their shots.[275][276] Robert Lewandowski scored in the 29th minute[273] and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored in the 75th minute for Borussia Dortmund,[275] three minutes after their first shot.[276] Prior to Borussia Dortmund scoring, referee Peter Gagelmann denied Bayern a penalty shot.[277] Borussia Dortmund went down a man after Kevin Kampl was sent–off after receiving a second yellow card.[276] Arjen Robben returned from injury, coming on as a substitute,[273] but left the match after 15 minutes with a calf injury, causing him to miss the rest of the season.[278] Thiago[279] and Lewandowski were also injured during the match.[278] Lewandowski.[279] Robben was "ruled out" for the remainder of the season.[280] Lewandowski sustained a concussion,[281] broken jaw,[280] and broken nose.[280]

DFB-Pokal resultsEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

Date
Kick-off[n 3]
H/A Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Bayern Munich Opponent
Round 1
17 August
16:00
A Preußen Münster 4–1 16,797 Götze   19'
Müller   29'
Shaqiri   37'
Alaba   52'
Pizarro   74'
Krohne   89' (pen.)
Heitmeier   90+1'
[252]
[282]
Round 2
29 October
20:30
A Hamburger SV 3–1 57,000 Lewandowski   7'
Alaba   44'
Ribéry   55'
Götz   16'
Djourou   33'
Lasogga   85'
[257]
[283]
Round of 16
4 March
20:30
H Eintracht Braunschweig 2–0 75,000 Schweinsteiger   41'
Alaba   45+1'
Götze   57'
Dante   90+1'
Kessel   6'
Sauer   87'
[264]
[284]
Quarterfinals
8 April
20:30
A Bayer Leverkusen 0–0 (aet)
(5–3 p)
30,210 Dante   71'
Thiago   90+3'
Müller   116'
Bender   50'
Toprak   104'
Papadopoulos   116'
Jedvaj   117'
[269]
[285]
Penalties
Müller   
Lewandowski   
Alonso   
Götze   
Thiago   
   Drmić
   Bender
   Castro
   Çalhanoğlu
Semifinals
28 April
20:30
H Borussia Dortmund 1–1 (aet)
(0–2 p)
75,000 Lewandowski   29'
Rafinha   64'
Alonso   72'
Benatia   113'
Aubameyang   75'
Kampl   90'   108'
Papastathopoulos   101'
Langerak   120'
[273]
[286]
Penalties
Lahm   
Alonso   
Götze   
Neuer   
   Gündoğan
   Kehl
   Hummels

DFL-SupercupEdit

DFL-Supercup reviewEdit

Bayern faced Borussia Dortmund in the DFL-Supercup on 13 August.[287] Borussia Dortmund won the match 2–0 with goals from Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.[288] Javi Martínez left the match injured[289] after tearing his ACL.[290] This was the third consecutive year where Bayern has faced Borussia Dortmund in the competition.[291] Bayern won the super cup in 2012 2–1 and Borussia Dortmund won in 2013 4–2.[291] The match was originally scheduled for four days earlier.[291] Bayern was without Thiago,[44] Franck Ribéry,[292] and Rafinha.[292] Sebastian Rode, Gianluca Gaudino, Juan Bernat, and Robert Lewandowski made their debuts for Bayern.[289]

DFL-Supercup resultEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

Date
Kick-off[n 3]
H/A Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Bayern Munich Opponent
13 August
18:00
A Borussia Dortmund 0–2 80,667 Højbjerg   45'
Boateng   73'
Lahm   85'
Mkhitaryan   23'
Aubameyang   62'
[287]

UEFA Champions LeagueEdit

Group stageEdit

Group stage reviewEdit

 
Thomas Müller playing against CSKA Moscow

Bayern were drawn into Group E with Manchester City, CSKA Moscow, and Roma.[293] Bayern started their Champions League campaign[294] on 17 September[295] with a 1–0 win against Manchester City.[296] Jérôme Boateng scored for Bayern[294] after a slight deflection from Mario Götze.[297] Medhi Benatia, made his official debut for Bayern, where he played for 85 minutes, completing 93% of his passes. During the match, Joe Hart "denied" Bayern with a "series of saves."[298] The goal was Bayern's 800th goal in all European competitions.[297] Bayern finished the matchday in second place.[295] On matchday two of the group stage, on 30 September, Bayern defeated CSKA Moscow 1–0[299] with a goal from a penalty shot from Thomas Müller[300] after Mario Götze was fouled by Mário Fernandes.[301] The match had no supporters in the stadium[302] because of racist behaviour of CSKA Moscow supporters.[303] However, several Bayern supporters who made the trip to Moscow for the match saw the match from a skyscraper.[304] This was the 100th win for Bayern in Champions League history.[300] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[305] Then Bayern defeated Roma 7–1[306] on matchday three on 21 October.[307] Bayern got two goals from Arjen Robben and a goal each from Mario Götze, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Franck Ribéry, and Xherdan Shaqiri and Gervinho scored for Roma.[308] Gervinho's goal ended Bayern's streak of 813 minutes without conceding a goal.[309] The win was Bayern's biggest away win in Champions League history.[310] Bayern finished the matchday in first place.[311] In the return match against Roma, on matchday four, on 5 November, Bayern won 2–0[312] with goals from Franck Ribéry and Mario Götze.[312] Ribéry opened the scoring in the 38th minute.[313] Ribéry and David Alaba created a 2-on-1 situation on the left flank.[314] Alaba passed the ball back to Ribéry who scored from the edge of the box.[314] Götze scored the other goal in the 64th minute[313] after Lewandowski pulled away from his marker and crossed the ball to him.[314] Manuel Neuer had to pull off a "double save."[315] Alaba picked up a knee ligament injury in the match.[316] Bayern finished the matchday in first place,[317] and with the win, Bayern clinched top spot in Group E.[315] This was Bayern's quickest path to the knockout round to date.[313] Bayern also became the first German club to win the Group with two matches to spare.[314] Then on matchday five, on 25 November,[318] Manchester City defeated Bayern 3–2.[319] Xabi Alonso and Robert Lewandowski scored for Bayern and Sergio Agüero scored three goals from Manchester City.[318] Agüero scored the opening goal from the penalty spot.[318] Medhi Benatia was sent-off on the play that led up to the penalty shot.[320] The following day, he received a one-match ban for the red card.[321] Alonso equalised when he scored from a free kick in the 40th minute.[318] Five minutes later, Lewandowski scored to give Bayern a 2–1 lead.[318] Stevan Jovetić picked out an Alonso pass and then passed it to Agüero,[322] who scored in the 85th minute.[318] Then Agüero scored in stoppage time to give Manchester City a 3–2 lead.[318] On 10 December, Bayern finished the group stage with a 3–0 win against CSKA Moscow[323] with goals from Thomas Müller, Sebastian Rode and Mario Götze.[324] Müller opened the scoring in the 18th minute from the penalty spot.[324] This was his record-breaking 24th goal in UEFA Champions League for Bayern.[325] Rode and Götze rounded out the scoring in the 84th and 90th minutes.[324] Gianluca Gaudino played in his first UEFA Champions League match.[324]

Group E tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Bayern Munich 6 5 0 1 16 4 +12 15 Advance to knockout phase
2   Manchester City 6 2 2 2 9 8 +1 8
3   Roma 6 1 2 3 8 14 −6 5 Transfer to Europa League
4   CSKA Moscow 6 1 2 3 6 13 −7 5
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers

Group stage results summaryEdit

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
6 5 0 1 16 4  +12 15 3 0 0 6 0  +6 2 0 1 10 4  +6

Last updated: 15 December 2014.
Source: Champions League Group Stage matches

Group stage resultsEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

MD Date
Kick-off[n 3]
H/A Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Table Ref.
Bayern Munich Opponent Pos. Pts.
1 17 September
20:45
H Manchester City 1–0 68,000 Boateng   90' Džeko   41'
Kompany   45'
Clichy   65'
Demichelis   77'
2 3 [296]
[295]
[326]
2 30 September
18:00
A CSKA Moscow 1–0 0 Müller   22' (pen.)
Lahm   40'
Benatia   68'
Eremenko   45' 1 6 [299]
[305]
[327]
3 21 October
20:45
A Roma 7–1 65,000 Robben   9'30'
Götze   23'
Lewandowski   25'
Müller   36' (pen.)
Bernat   63'
Ribéry   78'
Shaqiri   80'
Iturbe   29'
Torosidis   56'
Nainggolan   57'
Gervinho   66'
1 9 [307]
[311]
[328]
4 5 November
20:45
H Roma 2–0 68,000 Ribéry   38'
Alonso   45+1'
Götze   64'
1 12 [312]
[317]
[329]
5 25 November
20:45
A Manchester City 2–3 47,726 Benatia   21'
Alonso   40'
Lewandowski   45'
Neuer   78'
Agüero   21' (pen.)85'90+1',   90+2'
Clichy   60'
Zabaleta   90'
1 12 [318]
[330]
[331]
6 10 December
20:45
H CSKA Moscow 3–0 68,000 Müller   18' (pen.)
Dante   68'
Rode   84'
Götze   90'
Natkho   27'
Dzagoev   70'
Ignashevich   90+2'
1 15 [323]

Knockout phaseEdit

Knockout phase reviewEdit

On 5 November, after beating A.S. Roma 2–0, Bayern Munich won the group and qualified for the knockout phase.[314] In the round of 16 draw, on 15 December, Bayern were drawn against Shakhtar Donetsk.[332] In the first leg, on 17 February, the match finished in a 0–0 draw.[333] The match was played in Lviv.[334] Xabi Alonso, who played in his 100th Champions League match,[334] was sent-off[333] after receiving a second yellow card.[334] Douglas Costa received a yellow card after he elbowed Franck Ribéry.[335] There was 35 fouls and eight yellow cards in the match.[335] The second leg took place on 11 March.[336] Bayern defeated Shakhtar Donetsk 7–0 with two goals from Thomas Müller and a goal each from Jérôme Boateng, Franck Ribéry, Holger Badstuber, Robert Lewandowski and Mario Götze.[337] Bayern won on aggregate by the same scoreline.[338] Müller gave Bayern the lead in the fourth minute from a penalty shot.[337] Oleksandr Kucher was sent-off on the play leading top the penalty shot.[337] This was the "quickest" red card to be shown in Champions League history.[338][339] Arjen Robben left the match injured in the 19th minute.[339] Boateng made it 2–0 in the 34th minute.[337] In the 49th minute, Ribéry scored to put Bayern up 3–0.[337] Bayern went up 4–0 when Müller got his second of the match in the 52nd minute.[337] Ribéry left the match in the 60th minute due to an ankle injury.[339] Badstuber scored in the 63rd minute to put Bayern up by 5.[337] This was his first goal since December 2009.[340] Lewandowski scored in the 75th minute to make it 6–0.[337] It was 7–0 when Götze scored in the 88th minute.[337] The scoreline tied for the biggest win in the club's Champions League history.[338]

In the quarterfinal draw, Bayern were drawn against Porto.[341] This is Bayern's fourth straight quarterfinal.[342] The first leg took place on 15 April.[343] Porto won the first leg 3–1.[344] Thiago scored for Bayern and Porto got two goals from Ricardo Quaresma and a goal from Jackson Martínez.[343] Quaresma scored two goals in the first 10 minutes.[345] For the first goal, Quaresma scored from a penalty shot in the third minute after Manuel Neuer tripped Martínez inside the penalty area.[346] Neuer received a yellow card on the play.[344] For his second goal in the 10th minute, Quaresma "nicking the ball from Dante" to set-up the goal.[346] Then in the 28th minute, Thiago put Bayern on the scoreboard.[346] Martínez scored in the 65th minute to make it 3–1.[346] The loss finished Bayern's 11-match undefeated streak in Portugal.[346] The following day, Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt,[347] along with three other members of the medical team,[348] resigned after the medical team was blamed for the loss.[347] The second leg took place on 21 April.[349] Bayern defeated Porto 6–1 and 7–4 on aggregate.[350] Bayern got two goals from Robert Lewandowski and a goal each from Thiago, Jérôme Boateng, Thomas Müller, and Xabi Alonso.[351] Jackson scored for Porto.[352] Bayern took a 2–0 lead within the first 22 minutes with goals from Thiago and Boateng.[352] Lewendowski put Bayern up by three in the 27th minute.[352] Bayern were up 4–0 after Müller scored in the 36th minute.[352] With the goal, he became the highest scoring German in the competition's history.[353] Lewandowski got his second goal of the match when he scored in the 40th minute.[352] Jackson scored for Porto in the 73rd minute and Alonso scored in the 88th minute from a free kick.[352] The free kick was given after Iván Marcano fouled Thiago, in which he was sent-off for a second yellow card for Porto.[353] The win sent Bayern to their fourth consecutive semifinal.[352] This was Pep Guardiola's 100th match as head coach.[349]

In the semifinal draw, Bayern were drawn against Barcelona.[354] The match took place on 6 May.[355] Barcelona won the first leg 3–0 with two goals from Lionel Messi and a goal from Neymar.[356] The score remained 0–0 until the 77th minute when Messi scored.[357] Messi added his second of the match three minutes later.[357] Neymar added Barcelona's third goal in stoppage time.[355] Bayern failed to get a shot on target for the first time since October 2009 when they lost to Girondins de Bordeaux.[357] The second leg took place on 12 May.[358] Bayern won the match 3–2, however, Bayern lost 5–3 on aggregate.[359] Medhi Benatia, Robert Lewandowski, and Thomas Müller scored for Bayern and Neymar scored twice for Barcelona.[360] Benatia gave Bayern a 1–0 lead in the seventh minute.[360] Then Neymar scored in the 15th and 29th minutes.[360] Then Lewandowski and Müller scored in the second half.[360] The win ended Bayern's four match losing streak.[361]

Knockout phase resultsEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

Leg Date
Kick-off[n 3]
H/A Opponent Res.
F–A
Agg. score
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Bayern Munich Opponent
Round of 16
1 17 February
20:45
A Shakhtar Donetsk 0–0 34,915 Rafinha   23'
Alonso   24'   65'
Boateng   80'
Schweinsteiger   85'
Srna   39'
Costa   58'
Fred   77'
[362]
2 11 March
20:45
H Shakhtar Donetsk 7–0 7–0 70,000 Müller   4' (pen.)52'
Badstuber   26',   63'
Boateng   34',   38'
Ribéry   49'
Lewandowski   75'
Götze   88'
Kucher   3'
Costa   38'
[336]
[363]
Quarterfinals
1 15 April
20:45
A Porto 1–3 50,092 Neuer   2'
Bernat   16'
Thiago   28'
Lahm   38'
Rode   71'
Quaresma   3' (pen.)10'
Casemiro   31'
Alex Sandro   37'
Martínez   65'
Danilo   83'
[343]
[364]
2 21 April
20:45
H Porto 6–1 7–4 70,000 Thiago   14'
Boateng   22'
Lewandowski   27'40'
Müller   36'
Badstuber   42'
Alonso   88'
Herrera   34'
Martínez   38',   73'
Ricardo   65'
Marcano   71'   87'
[349]
[365]
Semifinals
1 6 May
20:45
A Barcelona 0–3 95,639 Alonso   35'
Benatia   52'
Bernat   56'
Alves   46'
Piqué   66'
Neymar   69',   90+4'
Messi   77'80'
[355]
[366]
2 12 May
20:45
H Barcelona 3–2 3–5 70,000 Benatia   7'
Rafinha   41'
Thiago   45+2'
Lewandowski   59',   76'
Müller   74'
Alonso   81'
Rode   84'
Neymar   15'29'
Rakitić   64'
Pedro   85'
[358]

Team recordEdit

Competition First match Last match Starting round Final
position / round
Record
M W D L GF GA GD Win % Ref.
Bundesliga 22 August 23 May Winners 34 25 4 5 80 18 +62 073.53 [250]
DFB-Pokal 17 August 28 April Round 1 Semifinals 5 3 2 0 10 3 +7 060.00 DFB-Pokal results
DFL-Supercup 13 August Final Runners-up 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 000.00 [287]
Champions League 17 September 12 May Group stage Semifinals 12 8 1 3 33 13 +20 066.67 Group stage results
Knockout phase results
Total 52 36 7 9 123 36 +87 069.23

Player informationEdit

Squad and statisticsEdit

Squad, appearances, and goals scoredEdit

As of 12 May 2015

No. Pos Nat Player Total Bundesliga DFB-Pokal DFL-Supercup[287] Champions League
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK   Manuel Neuer[367] 48 0 29+1 0 5+0 0 1+0 0 12+0 0
22 GK   Tom Starke[368] 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0 0 0+0 0
23 GK   Pepe Reina[369] 3 0 3+0 0 0+0 0 0 0 0+0 0
4 DF   Dante[370] 39 0 21+6 0 4+0 0 0+1 0 3+4 0
5 DF   Medhi Benatia[371] 23 2 12+2 1 2+0 0 0 0 7+0 1
8 DF   Javi Martínez[372] 3 0 1+0 0 0+0 0 1+0 0 0+1 0
13 DF   Rafinha[373] 38 0 21+2 0 4+0 0 0 0 9+2 0
17 DF   Jérôme Boateng[374] 40 3 22+1 0 5+0 0 1+0 0 11+0 3
18 DF   Juan Bernat[375] 47 1 26+3 1 4+1 0 1+0 0 11+1 0
21 DF   Philipp Lahm[376] 30 2 16+1 2 4+0 0 0+1 0 8+0 0
27 DF   David Alaba[377] 28 5 18+0 2 3+0 3 1+0 0 6+0 0
28 DF   Holger Badstuber[378] 15 1 8+1 0 1+1 0 0 0 2+2 1
3 MF   Xabi Alonso[379] 37 4 21+2 2 4+0 0 0 0 10+0 2
6 MF   Thiago[380] 11 2 2+3 0 1+1 0 0 0 4+0 2
7 MF   Franck Ribéry[381] 23 9 9+6 5 2+0 1 0 0 5+1 3
10 MF   Arjen Robben[382] 29 19 19+1 17 1+1 0 0 0 5+2 2
16 MF   Gianluca Gaudino[383] 11 0 4+4 0 0+1 0 1+0 0 1+0 0
19 MF   Mario Götze[384] 45 15 25+4 9 3+1 2 0+1 0 9+2 4
20 MF   Sebastian Rode[385] 32 3 7+13 2 0+4 0 1+0 0 2+5 1
25 MF   Thomas Müller[386] 45 21 27+2 13 4+1 1 1+0 0 10+0 7
30 MF   Mitchell Weiser[387] 14 1 7+4 1 1+0 0 0 0 0+2 0
31 MF   Bastian Schweinsteiger[388] 25 3 12+5 3 1+1 0 0 0 5+1 0
9 FW   Robert Lewandowski[389] 46 24 25+3 16 5+0 2 1+0 0 10+2 6
14 FW   Claudio Pizarro[390] 15 1 2+9 0 0+2 1 0 0 0+2 0
24 FW   Sinan Kurt[391] 1 0 0+1 0 0+0 0 0 0 0+0 0
Players who left during the season.
11 MF   Xherdan Shaqiri[392] 15 2 3+6 1 1+0 0 1+0 0 0+4 1
34 MF   Pierre-Emile Højbjerg[393] 13 0 3+5 0 0+1 0 1+0 0 2+1 0

Top scorersEdit

As of 25 May 2015

Rank Player Position Bundesliga DFB-Pokal DFL-Supercup UEFA CL Total
1   Robert Lewandowski FW 17 2 0 6 25
2   Thomas Müller MF 13 1 0 7 21
3   Arjen Robben MF 17 0 0 2 19
4   Mario Götze MF 9 2 0 4 15
5   Franck Ribéry MF 5 1 0 3 9
6   David Alaba DF 2 3 0 0 5
  Bastian Schweinsteiger MF 5 0 0 0 5
7   Xabi Alonso MF 2 0 0 2 4
9   Jérôme Boateng DF 0 0 0 3 3
  Sebastian Rode MF 2 0 0 1 3
11   Thiago MF 0 0 0 2 2
  Medhi Benatia DF 1 0 0 1 2
  Philipp Lahm DF 2 0 0 0 2
  Xherdan Shaqiri MF 1 0 0 1 2
15   Holger Badstuber DF 0 0 0 1 1
  Juan Bernat DF 1 0 0 0 1
  Claudio Pizarro FW 0 1 0 0 1
  Mitchell Weiser MF 1 0 0 0 1
Own goals 2 0 0 0 2
Total 80 10 0 33 123

DisciplineEdit

CardsEdit

Player Total Bundesliga DFB-Pokal DFL-Supercup[287] Champions League Ref.
                                       
Xabi Alonso 10 1 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 [379]
Medhi Benatia 8 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 [371]
Jérôme Boateng 5 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 [374]
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 [393]
Philip Lahm 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 [376]
Manuel Neuer 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 [367]
Dante 8 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 [370]
Bastian Schweinsteiger 6 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 [388]
Juan Bernat 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 [375]
Xherdan Shaqiri 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [392]
Sebastian Rode 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 [385]
Mario Götze 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [384]
Franck Ribéry 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [381]
David Alaba 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [377]
Tom Starke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [368]
Pepe Reina 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [369]
Javi Martínez 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [372]
Rafinha 7 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 [373]
Thiago 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 [380]
Arjen Robben 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [382]
Gianluca Gaudino 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [383]
Thomas Müller 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [386]
Mitchell Weiser 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [387]
Robert Lewandowski 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 [389]
Claudio Pizarro 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [390]
Sinan Kurt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [391]
Holger Badstuber 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [378]
Totals 71 1 3 36 0 2 9 0 0 3 0 0 22 1 1
Last updated: 12 May 2015

SuspensionsEdit

The first suspension of the season was Jérôme Boateng when he was suspended for the last match of the 2013–14 season and the first match of the 2014–15 season.[66] The next Bayern suspension was Medhi Benatia which he had picked up in the 2013–14 Coppa Italia with Roma.[262] Benatia was again suspended after picking up a red card against Manchester City in Champions League.[321] He was given a one match ban.[321] Jérôme Boateng was suspended after picking up a red card against Schalke 04.[154] He was originally given a three-match ban.[154] However, after appeal,[394] the ban was reduced to two matches.[155] Xabi Alonso was sent off for two bookable offences[334] and missed the return leg on 11 March.[171] Alonso also picked up his fifth yellow card against Hannover 96 on 7 March[177] and was suspended[177] for the match against Werder Bremen on 14 March. During the match against Werder Bremen, Benatia picked up a fifth yellow card and was suspended for the match on 22 March against Borussia Mönchengladbach.[186] Pepe Reina received a two-match suspension after his red card against FC Augsburg.[213]

Player No. of
matches served
Reason Competition Date served Opponent(s) Ref.
Jérôme Boateng 2 Red card vs. Hamburger SV Bundesliga (2013–14 season) 10 May VfB Stuttgart [66]
Bundesliga (2014–15 season) 22 August VfL Wolfsburg
Medhi Benatia 1 Suspension from 2013–14 Coppa Italia DFB-Pokal 29 October Hamburger SV [262]
Medhi Benatia 1 Red card vs. Manchester City UEFA Champions League 10 December CSKA Moscow [321]
Jérôme Boateng 2 Red card vs. Schalke 04 Bundesliga 7 February VfB Stuttgart [155]
14 February Hamburger SV
Xabi Alonso 1 Red Card vs. Shakhtar Donetsk UEFA Champions League 11 March Shakhtar Donetsk [171]
Xabi Alonso 1 Fifth yellow card Bundesliga 14 March Werder Bremen [177]
Medhi Benatia 1 Fifth yellow card Bundesliga 22 March Borussia Mönchengladbach [186]
Dante 1 Fifth yellow card Bundesliga 16 May SC Freiburg [214]
Pepe Reina 2 Red card vs. FC Augsburg. Bundesliga 16 May SC Freiburg [213]
23 May Mainz 05

Team kitEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home alt.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home 2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Away
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Away alt.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Away alt. 2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Third
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Third alt.
Type Shirt Shorts Socks First appearance / info
Home Red / Blue Red White
Home alt. Red / Blue Red Red Bundesliga, 26 October against Borussia Mönchengladbach
Home 2 Red Red Red Bundesliga, 9 May against Augsburg
Away White White White
Away alt. White Brown White Bundesliga, 30 August against Schalke
Away alt. 2 White White Brown Bundesliga, 7 March against Hannover 96
Third Navy Navy Navy European kit
Third alt. Navy Navy White Bundesliga, 20 September against Hamburg

AwardsEdit

Reserve teamEdit

SummaryEdit

Bayern Munich II play in the fourth-tier Regionalliga Bayern for a third consecutive season. They were coached by Erik ten Hag.[404]

SquadEdit

Source:[405]Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Ivan Lucic
2   DF Herbert Paul
3   DF Philipp Steinhart
4   DF Stefan Buck
5   DF Edwin Schwarz
6   MF Rico Strieder
7   FW Tobias Schweinsteiger (captain)
8   DF Ylli Sallahi
9   FW Gerrit Wegkamp
10   FW Bastian Fischer
11   FW Patrick Weihrauch
12   GK Andreas Rössl
13   DF Giuseppe Leo
No. Position Player
14   MF Steeven Ribéry
15   DF Matthias Strohmaier
16   MF Angelos Oikonomou
17   MF Lukas Görtler
18   MF Kodjovi Koussou
19   MF Sebastian Bösel
20   MF Nikola Jelisić
22   MF Ricardo Basta
23   MF Alexander Sieghart
24   DF Patrick Puchegger
25   GK Leopold Zingerle
26   FW Lennart Ingmann

Technical staffEdit

Position Held by Ref.
President Karl Hopfner [406]
Chief executive officer Karl-Heinz Rummenigge [407]
Sporting director Matthias Sammer [408]
Manager Pep Guardiola [409]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Eight Bundesliga matches and two DFB-Pokal matches
  2. ^ Three UEFA Champions League group stage matches
  3. ^ a b c d e f Times up until 25 October 2014 are in CEST (UTC+02:00). Times from 26 October 2014 to 28 March 2015 are in CET (UTC+01:00). Times on and after 29 March 2015 are in CEST (UTC+02:00).

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