“We want to finish the job on Tuesday. That is our goal. We have an excellent run and want to continue our winning streak. The target is to win again in Bremen. We want to just seal the deal”.

Hansi Flick, the coach of Bayern Munich, did not wish to wait and make the weather heavy. He wanted to secure the glory last night in the match against Werder Bremen. It another tight but less impressive affair of the night in European Football, the German Giants scored the decisive goal through who else but Robert Lewandowski and won the Bundesliga title for the eighth time in a row.

With the title confirmed, Flick and his men can think of achieving bigger things in the coming days.

Surely, winning the Champions League would be the main target of Bayern Munich.

Under Niko Kovac, Bayern experienced some hiccups, but a change of coach did change the face of Bayern Munich who has proven themselves as one of Europe’s elite side since the day Flick took charge in early November.

His first game at the helm was Germany’s biggest box office draw, but it proved to be a routine win for the new Bayern as they dismantled Borussia Dortmund 4-0.

In 2020 Bayern Munich have been a brut force.

Not only in Bundesliga but in the Champions League Chelsea were demolished and demoralized at Stamford Bridge. The 3-0 win in west London means Bayern have one foot in the quarter-finals and when the Champions League resumes, the Blues would find the going tough at Allianz Arena.

Flick’s Bayern have scored four or more goals on seven occasions since January, and their overall tally of 132 goals has smashed their single-season record, set back in 1972-73 when they played in four competitions as Germany also had a league cup.

They have two more Bundesliga games remaining to add to that tally, as well as the German Cup final and then the resumption of the Champions League.

“We have a very good squad”, defender Benjamin Pavard told beIN Sports France in a recent interview. “We are performing well in the cup and in the Bundesliga. We must continue like this. Bayern must win the championship and the cup every year. The Champions League, we dream of it and we want to do the treble”.

“It all seems so simple what they do, so easy. But it is so incredibly good,” Ehizibue recently told Voetbal International. “At Bayern, they think 10 steps ahead. I don’t know what they’re doing in Munich, but they’re like robots”.

“In a European comparison, it is a super team”, former Bayern midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger told Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. “They can win the Champions League, especially since Liverpool has already [been knocked out]”.

Indeed Bayern are a super team. They play like a war machine. No matter how big the opponents are, they are ready to blast them away. Even if they are having an off-day at the office, still, a victory would be ensured. They think ten steps ahead of the opposition and Flick has managed this side very well since he took over the job.