Just in case fans across Europe weren't already aware, Bayern Munich are pretty good at winning Bundesliga title, with very little competition from elsewhere in Germany's top flight.
But where the Bavarian giants are falling short time after time is in the Champions League, reaching four semi-finals over the last six years only to fall at the penultimate hurdle of European football's elite competition.
On the face of it, Bayern Munich's record since they last lifted the coveted trophy in 2013 is actually very impressive, but it's a polar opposite opinion for those at the Allianz Arena.
Success in the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal - they've won three of the last six domestic cups - is always going to be overshadowed by how the club performs in the Champions League.
Bayern Munich have been in desperate need of a rebuild for a number of years and that's something which has contributed to their 'failure' in Europe over the last three years specifically, most recently being knocked out at the last 16 stage of the competition.
New faces like Lucas Hernandez and Benjamin Pavard will give the club a much-needed facelift at the back, but it's Bayern's ability at the other end of the pitch that will be the difference between success and failure on the biggest stage that club football has to offer.
When Bayern Munich were at their treble-winning peak during the 2012/13 season, it was the devastating partnership of Arjen Robben and Franck
Jann-Fiete Arp will offer respite in Bayern Munich's less important matches, but the Poland international will still be needed to carry the club through the latter stages of the Champions League.
As the competition's sixth top goalscorer of all time and with a better record than the likes of
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