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One football fan has put together a wonderful montage that will definitely get you excited for the sport's comeback, with Bundesliga returning on Saturday.
Football fans have been starved of action from major competitions since Liverpool were knocked out the Champions League by Atletico Madrid on March 11th.
Since then the start of the South Korean K-League last week was the only thing we've had to keep us going, but tomorrow everything changes with the return of the Bundesliga.
In order to get everyone in the mood one fan has put together a brilliant montage of football moments, and we're very excited.
Football is finally back!- T (@tom1zi) May 15, 2020
After weeks without it, the beautiful game has returned. pic.twitter.com/VzFTN2z3zs
The German league returns this weekend, the first of the top five leagues to return to action, whilst Ligue 1 is the first to end the season, and there's still a title battle to be had.
Champions Bayern Munich are looking to win their eighth title in-a-row and are currently four points clear of rivals Borussia Dortmund at the top of the table.
However Bayern have been known to start seasons slowly in recent years and if that trend continues after this break things could become tight soon enough, especially with the two sides due to meet on May 26th in Dortmund, although they'll be no Yellow Wall to help the home side.
RB Leipzig are still in the hunt to win their first Bundesliga title and are just one point behind Dortmund, with Borussia Monchengladbach a further point behind and Bayer Leverkusen still holding onto the title fight eight points behind the leaders with nine games to play.
The action kicks off on Saturday afternoon with the Revierderby between Dortmund and Schalke kicking off at 2.30.
Bayern get their season restarted on Sunday afternoon away to Union Berlin at 5pm.
:microphone2:️ Marco #Rose: "I think the cut-out campaign is brilliant. It gives BORUSSIA-PARK a little bit of life. It obviously doesn't replace real fans, but it's still nice to see them."#GladToBeBach #SGEBMG pic.twitter.com/BTrHkvlHyh- Gladbach (@borussia_en) May 14, 2020
With games being played behind closed doors Monchengladbach might be the only team with a 'supporters' watching them.
The club gave fans the chance to have their face printed onto cardboard cutouts which will be in the stands during the game.
If the club pump crowd noise into the ground via the PA system then it might just give them the home advantage they need in the last part of the season.
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