🥵 Hottest teams of the week: Budenfackler and Kesselflicker from the Bundesliga

When you look outside, you are now happy that you don’t have to walk through the cold, wet streets. Luckily, we have five teams for you that will really warm you up.


Let’s start with a club that not only keeps your apartment warm, but also burns your place. Fenerbahçe is so hot this season that the competition, with the exception of Galatasaray, is already hanging back and letting the championship be the championship. The traditional Istanbul club have won each of their 17 competitive matches so far and lead the Süper Lig with 27 points from nine matches.

OGC Nice

Speaking of the series: The Nice Kickers are also undefeated this season. The defense in particular defended our places at the mulled wine level more regularly than us. Nice have not conceded a goal in four home games, so a standard is enough for a 1-0 victory against Marseille. In the sunny south of France you certainly don’t need hot drinks, but the wine should also taste good cold.

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Girona showed last weekend that you don’t always need a top defense to win. Almería, bottom of the standings, was beaten 5-2. The Catalans, who currently occupy second place ahead of their big neighbors Barcelona, ​​have proven that they are currently getting more than one… one… yes, what actually? Perhaps a mulled wine under the Nice sun? However. Girona will even soon be at the top of the table, after all, they have the same number of points as Real and the Royals will face Barça in the Clásico this weekend.

Bayer Leverkusen

Royal? We immediately think of Xabi Alonso. Not only because he played for Real Madrid, but also because he currently leads the Bundesliga with Bayer Leverkusen. The Werkself can even afford to take timeouts during a match because the kettles can be restarted in a very short time. They recently picked up a 2-1 win at Wolfsburg. But what warms hearts even more is the prospect of another exciting championship fight this Bundesliga season.

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Aston Villa

When Unai Emery took over the club, Aston Villa were in danger of relegation. Since then, the Spaniard has been like a fluffy blanket on an autumn evening. The Villans no longer look down carefree, but huddle as a team behind the best upper midfield teams in the table. With fifth place secured last weekend thanks to a 4-1 win over West Ham, the Europa League is currently a realistic target. Emery’s natural habitat, as he has already won the competition four times during his career.