Saturday 20 December 2014

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The Germany international was grateful to his colleague for allowing him to strike the free-kick and grab his first league goal since April as Bayern saw off Mainz 2-1 on Friday

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The Dutchman netted with just a minute of normal time remaining at the Coface Arena, as the Bavarians broke their own points record for the halfway point of the Bundesliga season

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The Catalanc coached paid tribute to his players for reaching the midway point of the 2014-15 campaign unbeaten - and with a historic tally of 45 points

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The Bavarians were pushed all the way but stole all three points thanks to Arjen Robben's last-gasp winner to go into the mid-season break with a record 45 points

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Elkin Soto opened the scoring at the Coface Arena but Bastian Schweinsteiger levelled matters with a fine free-kick before the visitors' Dutch winger struck in the dying seconds

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Pep Guardiola's side will hope to head into Christmas with three points as they travel to Mainz on Friday night

Friday 19 December 2014

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The Allianz Arena coach says the champions must strive to improve all the time if they are to avoid falling into the same trap as Jurgen Klopp's struggling side

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The hosts currently sit rock bottom while BVB occupy the relegation play-off spot, meaning both sides will be desperate for all three points

Thursday 18 December 2014

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Police found the 26-year-old had been driving without a valid licence since September 2011, despite him endorsing the club's car sponsor and featuring in a petrol advert

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The winger was linked with a move to Liverpool over the summer, but his coach is keen for him to stay and says the only way he will depart is if he personally asks for a transfer

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After more than 150,000 votes, the Real Madrid and Barcelona duo are labelled successes while the Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain stars have been deemed failures so far

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The champions will reach 45 points before the winter break should they win on Friday, surpassing their own previous best of 44

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The Dortmund boss was particularly thrilled with the display of Ciro Immobile but was frustrated to see his side miss out on three points thanks to a late set piece

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Jurgen Klopp's men took the lead twice at Signal Iduna Park and, although Ciro Immobile's goal proved a boost for the out-of-form Italian, Naldo's late header denied a home win

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Ciro Immobile looked to have sealed the win after putting the home side back in front with 14 minutes to play until the defender powered home a late header

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Jurgen Klopp's side lost at the weekend and will be desperate to bounce back in their final home game of the calendar year - follow it LIVE!