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FIFA Club World Cup Final: How to watch Bayern Munich vs Tigres live in 80+ countries on February 11, 2021

February 11, 2021 By Ali M.
The Bavarians will lock horns with the Liga MX heavyweights in a bid to complete the sextuple. Here’s a preview of Thursday’s highly-anticipated final.

Preview – Bayern Munich vs Tigres

Bayern Munich will be in action on Thursday, taking on Mexican giants Tigres UANL in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup. The pair will lock horns at 1 p.m. ET live on Fox Sports, with either the champions of Europe or the champions of CONCACAF set to be crowned the kings of the world.

The Bavarians face one last hurdle in their quest to win the prestigious sextuple – the Bundesliga, DFB Pokal, UEFA Champions League, German Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and the FIFA Club World Cup titles. Die Roten have been rampant since Hans Flick took over, sweeping aside everyone last season and continuing that amazing form into the current campaign.

Lewandowski and Co. head into this tie on the back of a six-game winning streak and will be keen on making it seven victories in a row. However, it was not long ago when the German champions last tasted defeat, suffering back-to-back losses against Borussia M'gladbach in the Bundesliga and against Holstein Kiel in the DFB Pokal earlier last month.

Flick will need his squad to be at their very best in order to avoid tasting the bitter reality of knockout tournaments. Unfortunately, Bayern Munich will be without the service of experienced center-back Jerome Boateng who has been released from the squad after the tragic death of his ex-girlfriend.

As for Tigres UNAL, they are after the glory of becoming the first non-European team to win the FIFA Club World Cup crown since the Corinthians back in 2012. Unlike the Bundesliga side, the Liga MX outfit had to endure a longer path, first beating Ulsan 2-1 in the second round before eliminating Copa Libertadores champions Palmeiras 1-0 in the semis. Will they add die Roten to their list of victims or will the Bavarians prove to be a hurdle to steep to overcome? Tune in to find out.

Team news

Bayern: As mentioned earlier, Boateng is unavailable due to personal issues, meaning Niklas Sule will likely deputize. Marc Roca impressed in the semi-final victory over Al Ahly and could once again get the nod while Leroy Sane will also be hopeful of a start.

Tigres: Nicolas Lopez is unavailable for selection after contracting COVID-19. Carlos Salcedo and Reyes are all but destined to start and will be in for the tough task that is keeping Lewandowski quiet.

Key stats

  • Lewandowski has scored 29 goals in 27 games this season.

  • Tigres UANL are the first Mexican club to reach the final of the FIFA Club World Cup.

  • 12 out of the previous 16 editions of this tournament have been won by European clubs.

  • Andre-Pierre Gignac has scored three times in two apps so far for his Liga MX side.

Broadcast listings


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Bayern München 1 - 0 Tigres UANL

February 11, 2021 1:00pmEducation City Stadium (Al Rayyan (Ar-Rayyan))

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