The red and blue Bayern Munich home shirt 2014 2015 is the kit the Bavarians have been wearing this year, both for regular season Bundesliga matches and for UCL fixtures. It's also the shirt the team wore on Wednesday as they demolished Shakhtar Donetsk! In other words, it's the perfect football kit to buy if you are looking to show your support for the Munich side, and you can find it at Soccer Box! We also have the 2014 2015 away kit and third shirt in stock.

Shakhtar Donetsk

The popularity of the Bayern kit is bound to pick up, now that the Bavarians are valid contenders to win the 2014 2015 Champions League. After all, in Wednesday's home game against the Shakhtar Miners, Munich achieved the single biggest win of the UCL tournamentÂ…so far.

Even though Bayern Munich has consistently ranked as the best football club in Germany, no one quite knew what to expect when the team was drawn against the Miners for the round of 16. Shakhtar's Luiz Adriano had marked himself as the top goal scorer of the competition during the group stage-scoring eight goals across a pair of matches with Belarus club, BATE Borisov. A ninth goal in an away game with Porto brought his count to nine, and almost singlehandedly pushed the Miners into the knockout phase.

However, Adriano's offensive talent evidently wasn't the only thing the Ukrainian team had going for them. In the first leg of the round of 16, Donetsk managed to hold Bayern Munich to a scoreless draw-an achievement in and of itself. The outcome even left fans in the Adidas Bayern Munich Kit 2018/19 wondering whether or not their soccer squad might miss out on quarterfinal advancement.

The Home Match

Those fans, it turns out, needn't have worried. Donning the Bayern kit for the home leg of the round of 16, the Bavarians ate the Miners alive in one of the most one-sided games in recent Champions League memory. Starting with a penalty goal from Thomas Muller at the 4-minute mark, Bayern Munich took control of the match and never let it go.

Bayern's Jerome Boateng would add a second goal a half hour later, but for the most part, the wearers of the Bayern Munich home shirt 2014 2015 made their progress during the game's second half. After tiring out the Donetsk defense with the first 45 minutes of play, the home side used the second 45 minutes to reaffirm their status as one of the greatest teams in soccer.

Indeed, Bayern players scored not one, not two, but five goals during the second half of their Wednesday UCL home match. From the 49-minute mark to the 75-minute mark, Franck Ribery, Thomas Muller, Holger Badstuber, and Robert Lewandowski all managed to find the back of the net. It was a stunning display of pure athleticism and football discipline. The home fans, understandably, were riotous.

At 87 minutes, with the clock running down to zero, Mario Gotze scored a final goal and put the finishing touches on Bayern's win: a 7-0 victory, at home, against Shakhtar Donetsk. 7-0 is also the aggregate score for the round of 16, easily pushing the Bavarians through to the quarterfinals. And if the football club has a few more games like this left in them, then they could easily be the 2014 2015 Champions League victors.