BAYERN WON'T WIN THE BUNDESLIGA - AUBAMEYANG
The striker is confident that BVB can derail the
Bavarians' bid for a fifth successive title -
provided they maintain their strong start to the
Borussia Dortmund ace Pierre-Emerick
Aubameyang does not believe that reigning
champions Bayern Munich will win the
Bundesliga this season.
The Bavarians have claimed the last four titles
and are heavy favourites to make history by
becoming the first team to win five in a row.
However, with leaders Dortmund claiming
maximum points from their opening four
matches this term, Aubameyang believes that
BVB are well placed to end Bayern's domestic
"We have started the season well," the striker
stated. "Although everybody knows that Bayern
are favourites, as I said, and I am probably the
only one thinking this and others don't, I don't
think that Bayern will win the league this
season. At least, this is what I think.
"But we have to keep up for the whole season
and then we'll see how the season will shape
up at the end.
"I think that we have started very well. It's good
that we have managed to achieve this winning
streak. We'll have to continue playing as we
know and try to win."
Aubameyang already has five league goals to
his name this season, having been given a
prominent attacking role under new
coach Thomas Tuchel, and the Gabon
international believes that there are plenty more
"I want to score 20 goals in the Bundesliga this
season," the 26-year-old added.
"That's a target I want to achieve. I have a bet
with the coach so I will give it my all in order to
achieve this goal because I want to improve.
"It's not really a bet but at the end of the
season I will show you something. I will have
something to show but only at the end of the
"[Tuchel] has managed to make me feel at ease
from day one. He gives me the confidence I
need. He talks to me a lot. We speak in English
but it's good for me to talk with him.
"We have many exchanges and we work a lot
on this, on the videos and we do all this kind of
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