Pep Guardiola congratulates challenges Bayern Munich to a battle of sextuples 

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Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola has challenged Bayern Munich and Hansi Flick to a clash of the sextuples after the German giants matched his Barcelona achievement with a sixth straight title.

The Bundesliga giants defeated Mexican club Tigres on Thursday to win the FIFA Club World Cup, which is added to the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, DFL-Supercup, UEFA Champions League, and UEFA Super Cup titles over the past year with new casino online covering single tournaments with impressive odds for the fans.

Achieving this meant, they became the only second team in European history to win the sextuple, matching Guardiola’s excellent record with the 2009 Barcelona team.

Congratulating the German giants on their new record, Guardiola said in a video message on Twitter: “Big congratulations to all the Bayern family for this incredible success, to be the Club World Cup champions and especially to win six titles.

“We are so proud, I am so proud, big congratulations for everyone, especially Hansi [Flick], the players, and the backroom staff for this amazing thing.

“But I would like to say to Hansi that you are the second team to win the six titles in a row!

“Before you, there was another team, Barcelona… so maybe I can call Messi and company and we can play for the seventh title? Tell me when and where and we will be there!”

The German giants were close to winning the sextuple under Guardiola back in 2013. After Jupp Heynckes secured a treble for them in 2012/13, Guardiola helped them lift the Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup in his debut season at the Allianz Arena, but ended up losing the DFL-Supercup title to Borussia Dortmund in the final.





But will Bayern Munich 2021 be having a showdown against Barcelona 2009? Although seemed to have displayed a smirk on his face as he challenged his previous club, the Spanish manager is still popular in both European clubs so there is little possibility of an exhibition match being held. But then again it is just a possibility. If there is, casino games will probably be opening up odds for the fans ahead of the match.

There is a wide 12-year gap between the two sides, which will be handing Bayern the ultimate advantage on the field if the match was potentially allowed. The German giants have only just become the world champions while Barcelona, on the other hand, has just three players from 2009 still playing football – Sergio Busquets, Lionel Messi, and Andres Iniesta.

Bayern will be returning for league action on Monday as they will face off against Arminia at Allianz Arena while Pep Guardiola will be hoping to keep a tight lid on the Premier League as they face Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.

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