Nigerian Soccer Fans Rejoice as Bundesliga Resumes


Nigerian football fans are in for a feast of live matches once again as the German Bundesliga resumed this weekend , with leading television service provider, StarTimes  already beaming all the actions from the turfs.

This is coming after going going on the winter break for three weeks. The Bundesliga which is the league of the current world soccer champions, Germany, is once again providing high-octane football drama as the teams scramble to unseat champions Bayern Munich from the top of the table.
Last season’s 2nd champions, SC Freiburg got the action underway on Friday against Bayern, in what is shaping up to be the most unpredictable  campaign in years.
In some of the selected matches shown live on Saturday, Werder Bremen hosted Dortmund RBLeipzig welcomed Frankfurt while Wolfsburg confronted Hamburg and Schalke home to Ingolstaard.
Today (Sunday) Bayer Leverkusen’s home fixture against Hertha Berlin will be live on StarTimes as well as Mainz game against Cologne.A statement from the network providers said they were poised to continue delivering top notch football action from the best league from around the world.
‘’We remain committed to giving our esteemed customers and viewers the best live football action from top European leagues and the resumption of the Bundesliga will further add value to our viewers’ delight.’’
Bayern starting the year in pole position may equate to business as usual but it’s all change when it comes to the teams queuing up behind them – not least in the form of second-place RB Leipzig just three points adrift of the record champions 16 games into their maiden Bundesliga campaign . But what are the chances of the new boys from Saxony maintaining that role as Bayern’s biggest rivals through to the finish?
‘’Leipzig have done very well so far and every respect to them for that. But the team I’m most concerned about, without a doubt, are Borrusia Dortmund,’’ Bayern Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge noted at the DFL Deutsche Football New Year reception.

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