Bayern Munich pose prior the start of the Champions League Group F soccer match between FC Bayern Munich and Olympiakos Piraeus in Munich, Germany, Tuesday Nov. 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
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Bayern Munich have been Champions League title contenders since the season start but Tuesday's 4-0 win over Olympiakos which secured a spot in the knockout stage will act as a serious warning to any challengers, with the Germans in sensational form.Three goals in the opening 20 minutes left Olympiakos dazed and Bayern rightfully dreaming of a sixth European crown, the first under coach Pep Guardiola.Undefeated in the Bundesliga after 13 matches and with only one loss in all competitions this season, a defeat at Arsenal, club CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge had only praise to offer for the German champions' consistency. Five-time European champions Bayern, who have reached at least the Champions League semi-final four times in the past four seasons, are stronger than last season with new signings Kingsley Coman and Douglas Costa in scintillating form and on target Tuesday.
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