Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick wants his side to “seal the deal” and wrap up an eighth consecutive Bundesliga title on Tuesday with victory at relegation-threatened Werder Bremen. Poland striker Robert Lewandowski needs one more Bundesliga goal to set a new personal best in a season Top scorer Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller, one shy of the record for assists in a single season, are both available again after missing Bayern’s 2-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach due to suspension. Victory at Bremen, where Bayern have won all 12 games over the last decade, will clinch a record-extending 30th league title, and the first leg of a potential treble in Flick’s debut season in charge. “We want to finish the job on Tuesday. That is our goal. We have an excellent run and want to continue our winning streak,” said Flick, who stepped in when Niko Kovac was sacked last November. “The target is to win again in Bremen. We want to just seal the deal.” Bayern have won their last 10 league games and another victory on Tuesday would leave them an unassailable 10 points clear before second-placed Borussia Dortmund, who have three matches left, host strugglers Mainz on Wednesday. “It’s our plan to bring it (the trophy) back home,” said midfielder Leon Goretzka. Lewandowski, the league’s leading scorer with 30 goals this term, netted twice while Mueller, who is sitting on 20 assists, also got on the scoresheet when Bayern thrashed Bremen 6-1 when the sides met in December. Poland star Lewandowski has struck 45 goals in all competitions this campaign and needs one more to establish a new Bundesliga personal best, having also reached the 30-goal plateau in 2015-16 and 2016-17. Despite laboured displays in their last two games, including a 2-1 semi-final win over Frankfurt in the German Cup, Bayern have a legitimate shot at landing a second treble in seven years. First, Bayern, who are also well within reach of the Champions League quarter-finals, must take care of a Bremen side fighting for Bundesliga survival. Bremen have taken 10 points from a possible 18 recently, boosting their hopes with a 5-1 rout of bottom side Paderborn on Saturday, but head coach Florian Kohfeldt played down any talk of an upset. “There’s no reason to go into this with any kind of euphoria. We haven’t won anything yet and we’re still in a relegation zone,” said the 37-year-old Kohfeldt, who has lost all five games against Bayern. Player to watch: Andre Silva Loading… The Portugal international has struck a rich vein of form since the season’s resumption, with a return of six goals in seven appearances – more than any other player in the league. The 24-year-old striker is rebuilding his young career while on loan in Germany, after struggling with AC Milan following a big-money move from Porto in 2017. He has scored 10 times in 22 Bundesliga appearances with Eintracht, and came off the bench to net twice and grab an assist in Saturday’s 4-1 win at Hertha Berlin. Key stats 17 – yellow cards received this season by Paderborn’s Klaus Gjasula, the most in a single Bundesliga campaign. 19 – longest winning run in the German top-flight, a record set by Bayern under Pep Guardiola in 2013-14. 106 – away wins in the Bundesliga this term, more than in any other previous year. Flick’s Bayern are bidding for an eighth straight Bundesliga title Read Also: Bundesliga outfit in talks with Liverpool over deal for Awoniyi Fixtures (all times 1830 GMT unless stated) Tuesday Borussia Moenchengladbach v Wolfsburg (1630), Werder Bremen v Bayern Munich, Freiburg v Hertha Berlin, Union Berlin v Paderborn Wednesday Eintracht Frankfurt v Schalke (1630), Borussia Dortmund v Mainz, RB Leipzig v Fortuna Dusseldorf, Bayer Leverkusen v Cologne, Augsburg v Hoffenheim FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Darlene (Freeland) Meyer, 84 of Greensburg passed away on May 29, 2020 in her home of natural causes with loved ones by her side. Born April 4, 1936 in Batesville, Indiana, she was next to youngest of 5 children of Walter and Amelia Freeland. Darlene graduated from the Oldenburg Academy of the Immaculate Conception.Darlene married her high school sweetheart, Leon Meyer, on January 26, 1957, moved to Greensburg, and together they raised 3 children, Greg, Christy and Suzie. She was a loving and devoted mother, grandmother and wife. Darlene was a talented cook and enjoyed entertaining family and friends. She also enjoyed growing flowers, crafting, sewing and watching her hummingbirds out her kitchen window. She was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church and Adams Fire Department Auxiliary. Darlene was a Retail Manager for many years in Greensburg.Darlene is survived by husband Leon Meyer, and daughters Christy (Mike) Bokelman of Greensburg, and Suzanne (Paul) Ritter of Indianapolis; grandchildren Jennifer (Jason) Stiemann, Ashley (Josh) Snapp, David Bokelman, Abby Bokelman and Lily Ritter; Great-grandchildren Taylah (Thomas) Weber, Cathan Stiemann, Rowan Stiemann, Ryan Rutherford, Carter Rutherford and Ellie Snapp.Darlene was preceded in death by her son Greg Meyer, parents, and siblings, Louise (Bob) Hammerle, Walter (Dolores) Freeland, Leroy Freeland, and Jeanne (Dan) Duvelius.A private service will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Father John Meyer officiating. Online condolences may be made at www.gilliland-howe.com.Memorial contributions can be made to Hospice of Indiana.
Chelsea have the chance to seal their sixth top-flight league title and their fifth in the Premier League era tonight.They’ll be crowned champions if they win at West Brom.With an FA Cup Final also to come against Arsenal later this month, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says they’ve earned a chance at a domestic double this season.