GERMAN football was great while it lasted but if you think it's all over then think again.
Last week's final round of the Bundesliga saw 35 goals from nine games as they showed you can produce quality with no fans.
So hopefully Saturday's German Cup Final between Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen will be great entertainment.
Bayern rounded off eight in a row with a thumping 4-0 win at Wolfsburg but it was agony for Bayer who beat Mainz but saw Borussia M'gladbach pip them for a Champions League place.
Leverkusen won just two of their final five league games to come up short while Bayern have a 100 per cent record since the restart.
Bayern are defending the cup and Hanis Flick's men are hoping to make it part two of a potential treble with the Champions League still ongoing.
It's difficult to see Bayern completing the Double today and they are no bigger than 3-10 with Ladbrokes to win in 90 minutes.
A Bayern win with goals could be the way to go. The last four meetings have brought up both to score and over 3.5 goals with Bayern netting 14 times and winning three.
There are world-class attackers on both sides but none more so than Robert Lewandowski.
The prolific Pole has bagged 50 goals this season in 42 games and has netted in his last six – a total of eight goals.