Created on 25-05-2021 at 12:26 PM
It didn't take Hansi Flick long to get his name into the FC Bayern history books. The 56-year-old spent 19 months as head coach at the record champions, and it was a time marked by terrific football, countless goals and seven titles. In addition, the former midfielder set more than a few records, as a glance at the statistics shows
1. Title after title
During Flick's tenure, he led the Reds to two domestic championships, as well as triumphs in the DFB Cup, the Champions League, the Club World Cup, the German Supercup and the UEFA Super Cup. That makes a total of seven titles, and the remarkable thing is the Heidelberg-born coach needed just 86 games to achieve this, which in theory means a title every 12th game.
2. Record win rate
Flick won an incredible 70 of his 86 matches with his team, giving him a win rate of 81 per cent - a record for a Bayern coach in professional football! In addition, there were nine draws and just seven losses - the same number of titles picked up by the boss.
3. Following in Guardiola's footsteps
In the Bundesliga, Flick picked up an average of 2.45 points per game. Only ex-Bayern coach Pep Guardiola (2.52) has a better points average in the German top flight.
4. Record winning streak
Between February and September 2020, FC Bayern won 23 straight competitive matches under Flick, more than any other team in German professional football before.
5. Goals galore
Under Flick, Bayern played a very attack-oriented style of football. On average, FCB scored 2.97 goals per game - a record for a Bayern head coach with more than five games in professional football. Just 0.99 goals were conceded per game.
In our big farewell film, we spend time with Flick looking back on his time in Munich: