Bayern and Dortmund have been Germany's top teams for a while now. They have dominated the German top-flight over the past decade or so in each and every aspect. Today, we look at some of their stats before they meet on 26th May for the Der Klassiker.
Data Courtesy: bundesliga.com
Germany's top two teams are ruthless in their approach and won't even think twice before tearing any team apart. Both the clubs have scored a combined 147 goals, that is 18.72% of the total league goals this season.
Thomas Muller and Jadon Sancho are the league's top two assist providers and have been very crucial for their teams success. Muller and Gnabry have accounted for 42.37% ( 25 assists of 59) assists by Bayern this term.
Whereas, for Dortmund Sancho and Thorgan Hazard share 40.32% ( 25 assists of 62) of the total assists made by Dortmund players.
2. Goal Scorers
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It can be argued that the Bundesliga has the most passionate fans in the world and their clubs rarely disappoint them. Bayern have netted 75 goals this season and Lewandowski, Muller and Gnabry alone have scored 43 out of 75, around 57.33% .
Dortmund are not far behind the record-champions, netting 72 goals, with Sancho, Reus and Haaland scoring 35 goals between them, accounting for 48.6% of their total goals.
Winning the Bundesliga is now more of a habit for the Bavarian giants as they have been crowned champions 28 times. Whereas, Dortmund's numbers aren't even half impressive as Bayern. But there is no denying the fact that collectively, the pair has won 13 titles of the last 15.
Not only that, despite their European ambitions, both Dortmund and Bayern have won the DFB-Pokal 10 times in the last 15 editions.