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Bayern are still winning, but are doing it differently

Robert Lewandowski and Bayern Munich have high hopes of a Champions League breakthrough.
Robert Lewandowski and Bayern Munich have high hopes of a Champions League breakthrough.

Bayern Munich are a very different team than they were last year. Pep Guardiola is such a singular and unique visionary as a manager that he's impossible to replace. But, are they any worse? Carlo Ancelotti is an extremely accomplished manager in his own right. He's won the Champions League final three times, twice with AC Milan and once with Real Madrid. He's one of a small cadre of managers who would be at home in any of the biggest jobs in the world.

Then there's the little issue of the players. Sure, Munich might have gone from Guardiola to Ancelotti but by and large the players haven't changed. They've added Mats Hummels in defense, and the young, promising Renato Sanches, but for the most part, the team has remained the same. So, while the manager may have changed, if the players are all the same, how different could things really get?

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 By Mark Lovell

Bayern stars Alonso and Martinez appear on Spanish metro station

Bayern Munich fans are feeling very much at home as they travel around the Spanish capital on the underground ahead of their mouth-watering Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.

Semifinalists five seasons in a row, the German champions know all about navigating their way through to the latter stages of the competition, and are in town to plot a route past last season's runners up Atleti, the side that agonisingly knocked them off course five months ago on away goals.