German Football

Thursday 15 September 2016

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The Bundesliga club made a brilliant start to their Champions League campaign by thrashing their Polish opponents, as they bounced back from defeat to Leipzig

Wednesday 14 September 2016

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The ex-Borussia Dortmund man saw his debut delayed 24 hours due to rain, but he made up for lost time with an impressive showing against his countrymen

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The German team were left hoping the heavens would open once again as they endured a heavy defeat at the hands of Aguero and City

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Goal took in the action at the BayArena, where an explosive first half saw four goals, with the visitors coming back from two down to earn a point

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Admir Mehmedi and Hakan Calhanoglu scored twice in the first 15 minutes, but the Russians fought back and were on level terms before half time

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Mario Gotze opened the scoring early for the away team and the goals kept flowing as the Poles were dominated from start to finish

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The German legend has been criticised for his part in the organising of the tournament in 2006, which he says was not done on a voluntary basis

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The Bundesliga side receive the side from the Russian capital to begin their bid for the Champions League in Wednesday's clash. Follow LIVE with Goal!

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Can Pep Guardiola continue his perfect start at the Etihad side, or will the Bundesliga side haunt the former Bayern Munich boss? Follow live with Goal...

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Thomas Tuchel's men travel to the Polish capital as they begin their Champions League quest with Wednesday's first group game. Follow LIVE with Goal!

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The former Benfica wonderkid had been tipped to move to Old Trafford in the summer, but Rummenigge revealed that the Bundesliga champions swooped first

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Carlo Ancelotti's side picked up their 13th straight European win at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday and are now on two record-breaking runs in the competition

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The former Real Madrid coach was left beaming after seeing a dominant win at the Allianz Arena, and sees no reason why his team cannot go all the way

Tuesday 13 September 2016

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Tuesday's match fell victim to a fierce rainstorm in the Manchester area, and after some discussion UEFA has opted to reschedule the match 24 hours later

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Carlo Ancelotti's men kickstart their Champions League campaign with a comfortable win over the Russian outfit with Joshua Kimmich notching two goals at the Allianz Arena.

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Joshua Kimmich hit the target twice and Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller and Juan Bernat completed the scoring as the coach made a strong start to the group stage

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The Premier League side were due to take on Borussia Monchengladbach in Tuesday's Champions League clash, but a torrential storm caused the game to be called off

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The fixture was called off after torrential rain led to concerns over the safety of supporters, and the Bundesliga club are keen for the fixture to be rescheduled for Wednesday

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The Italian takes his new club in European competition for the first time on Tuesday, and he has decided to leave two veterans on the sidelines against the Russians