2. England 80.105
3. Germany 77.986
Last updated 19/03/2015 07:53 CET
You do of course have Bayern and now most probably Wolfsburg through however.
Yeh fair enough, that's puts you about 1.500 points ahead already then.but the points from the 2010/2011 season (18.357 vs 15.666) will be deleted at the end of this season and then it will look like this
2. Germany 62.463
3. England 62.043
+ the result from tonight and the points munich and wolfsburg will win
We're being heavily linked with De Bruyne and I must say I think this season is more an exception than the norm. In fact you can say that of most of the Wolfsburg squad who are simply walking on water winning games left, right and centre without trying too hard. Bas Dost being the other obvious example as he's on the verge of a Holland call-up whereas he was pretty much a nobody back in late 2014.
Not saying De Bruyne is a bad player but I think judging him on this season alone will bring disappointment to whoever may buy him this summer (I'm pretty sure he'll stay at Wolfsburg tbh).
Dnipro/Bruge may be an interesting oneBrilliant is a strong word. He was ok at Bremen but this is clearly his best season. We'll see how he fares next season in the CL. Really can't see him leaving Wolfsburg this season.
Can see all 3 eastern europeans progressing. Wolfsburg should beat Napoli no problem. They're falling apart.