This Saturday's game in the US was Bayern v. HSV. It was fun to watch because both teams current lineups are getting to be quite familiar over here. Bayern has always gotten regular air time, and HSV has just by coincidence been a regular in recent weeks. I have been thinking that when Lizerazu is not on the field, Bayern has a weakness on the left side of its back line. What this means is that, if I were coach at HSV, I would have tried to run my attack on the right side, going past Ze Roberto Linke and Tarnat, rather than Jeremies, Hargreaves and Kovac. HSV, however, insisted on running the attack from its left side, where it has the talented attacking duo of Albertz and Hollerbach. These guys created chances, but the front line was unable to finish -- partly because Kovac had a great game, and partly because the HSV front line is either weaker than most bundesliga front lines, or else just not in form. (I feel like there is a big name striker at HSV who is injured right now). Anyhow, I realized that HSV has no attack from the right. The guy they had in at right wing for most of the game was okay defensively, but did not create much on the attack. The right centerfield guy did not catch my attention at all. When HSV finally did put an attacking winger in on the right side, they quickly lost two unnecessary goals to the Bayern left side attack. This convinces me of two things: HSV has no attack from the right, and if there is a weakness at Bayern on the left side of defense, it is well covered by a strong offense.