Bundesliga, the much anticipated German football league, is back on Ghana’s number one favourite sports channel MaxTV. This brings much excitement to football fans after it went on a long break due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sponsored by Tecno, TCL and Mybet, the Bundesliga, which commenced today, Saturday 16th of May, 2020, started been shown on MaxTV, whose parent company is the iMaxMedia group. The Bundesliga has been on suspension since March, but returned on Saturday with games across Germany.
After two months of suspension fans are celebrating the return of football. All major football leagues in the world were suspended due to the global spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
The German Bundesliga has become the first major football league in the world to lift the suspension during the Covid-19 pandemic. Max TV returned the excitement of football to the screens with the match between Augsburg and Wolfsburg.
The fixture, whose build up was hosted by Philip Sitsofe Atsrim (@OfficialSitso) with his guests, Nana Gyasi Darkwah and Kwame Dwomoh-Agyemang, ended in a 1-2 score line with Wolfsburg winning the match.
Mybet.africa, in celebrating the return of the German Bundesliga, gave out a super odds boost of 2.50 instead of 1.25 for Bayern, the league leader, to win against Union Berlin on Sunday 17, May 2020 fixture. Other promos are also been run by TCL and Tecno mobile as well.
With four clear points, the Bavarians were dominating the league before the coronavirus pandemic surfaced.
Four clean sheets have been kept by Bayern in their last seven games and will be fresh from the COVID break to tighten their grips on top of the league table come Sunday.
Union Berlin , however, since the start of the season have won games against top-level league standing teams such as Borussia Dortmund, Monchengladbach and Frankfurt to their current 11th position on the table.
The Berliners could be a huge obstacle to Bayern having a formidable home win record as they will be expected to fire on all if they have any chance against the champions, who beat them on Matchday 9.
As part of measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, the German Football league authorities prevented fans from going to the stadia to watch the Bundesliga matches.