Watch Live Football Match Today Bayern Munich vs UANL Tigres in a FIFA Club World Cup Final 2021 Match Live Stream from Sky Sports free online at SIALTV.PK
Bayern Munich hasn’t been here in a while. Seven years later, Bayern are finally fighting for another FIFA Club World Cup final. This time around Tigres UANL is between Hansi Flick and the sixth title of his career with Bayern.
Bayern do not have any key players in this draw – including Leon Gorecka and Jerome Boateng. Since there are no two main pieces to the puzzle, Flick will have to count on its support to keep things running smoothly.
That means Robert Lewandowski has to come up with goals, Joshua Kimic has to control the midfielders, Manuel Neuer keeps the defense under control and Thomas Mueller does a lot for Thomas Mueller in the hope that someone will get into Mueller’s shoes.
Tiger, on the other hand, looks set to defend himself in numbers and tries to injure Bayern at the bar – tactics straight out of Simeone’s game book. You’ve beaten South American champion Palmeiras and done it. So Bayern must be careful with Atletico.
After the match against Al Ahly, Flick said his team had to come up with a better representation for the final, so I hope the guys have something left in the tank.
Where to watch Bayern Munich vs UANL Tigres on TV:
TV: FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes
Live Stream: You can stream the match on fuboTV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial.
What time is Bayern Munich vs UANL Tigres?
Location: Education City Stadium, Ar Rayyan, Qatar
Time: 9:00 pm local time, 1:30 pm EST
- Free live stream: RAIPlay
- UK TV channel: BT Sport ESPN
- US stream: ESPN+ (14.45, ET)
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Inter vs Bayern Munich’s line-ups:
- UANL Tigres: Guzmán; Salcedo, Diego Reyes, González, Dueñas; Carioca, Guido Pizarro; Aquino, Quiñones, Luis Rodríguez; Gignac.
- Bayern Munich: Neuer; Pavard, Süle, Hernández, Davies; Kimmich, Alaba; Sané, Gnabry, Coman; Lewandowski.
Tigres’s Andre-Pierre Gignac, meanwhile, has scored all three of the club’s goals in Qatar, with two coming on penalty kicks.
Gignac, the 35-year-old Frenchman, delivered Tigres its long-desired trip to the Club World Cup by scoring the winning goal in the Concacaf Champions League final vs. LAFC in December.
Bayern is seeking a second CWC title after winning its first in 2013 in Morocco, while Tigres is seeking a first–and the first-ever for a team from its region.