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Armin Veh: "Bayern Munich are in a different league"

Frankfurt's head coach Armin Veh looks on prior to the German first division Bundesliga football match Eintracht Frankfurt vs FC Bayern Munich in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on August 17, 2013
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Eintracht Frankfurt manager Armin Veh admits that Bayern Munich are a class above every other team in the Bundesliga.

Eintracht Frankfurt head coach Armin Veh has admitted that Bayern Munich are a class above every other team in the Bundesliga.

Veh watched on as his side became the latest victims to Bayern's impressive form on Sunday, with the champions running out comfortable 5-0 victors at the Allianz Arena.

Pep Guardiola's side are now 13 points clear at the top of the table having dropped just four points all season, and Veh believes that they are the strongest team he has ever seen in the Bundesliga.

"We did all right in the first half an hour, but Bayern are in a different league," Veh told reporters.

"I've never seen a team as strong as Bayern in the Bundesliga. It's unbelievable, you have to admit it. The scoreline, though it was comfortable, is nonetheless acceptable."

Bayern's next match comes against Nuremberg on Saturday as they look for a 12th league win in a row and a 45th consecutive match without defeat in the Bundesliga.

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