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1hESPN staff

Dortmund aghast at Gladbach's pitch

Borussia Dortmund got more than they bargained for when they made the trip to take on Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday -- a cabbage-patch pitch.

13hMark Lovell

Lewy not thinking of Real Madrid rumours

Robert Lewandowski has told kicker he is solely focussed on winning the triple with Bayern Munich, and not the most recent links to Real Madrid.

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16hStefan Buczko

Burki 10/10 in narrow Dortmund win

Roman Burki was superb between the posts for Dortmund and Marco Reus scored as Peter Stoger's side edged a 1-0 win at Gladbach.

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17hESPN staff

Reus scores first since injury return

Marco Reus scored his first goal since returning from an injury layoff as Borussia Dortmund secured a 1-0 victory at Borussia Monchengladbach.

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22hMark Lovell

Bayern's Heynckes eyeing UCL final run

Jupp Heynckes can extend a run of reaching the Champions League final at every attempt when Bayern Munich face Besiktas in the round of 16.

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Heynckes admits Bayern were lucky to win

Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes felt for Wolfsburg after Robert Lewandowski scored a dramatic stoppage-time penalty to snatch a 2-1 victory.

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2dStefan Buczko

Batshuayi, Dortmund a 'perfect match'

Michy Batshuayi's red-hot start suggests he and Borussia Dortmund are a perfect match but as a loanee, that perfect pairing might not last long.

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2dMark Lovell

Robben, Wagner rally streaking Bayern

Arjen Robben shook off a missed penalty to lead Bayern Munich to a come-from-behind win at Wolfsburg, with Sandro Wagner also playing a leading role.

2dPA Sport

Lewy pen seals 13th straight Bayern win

Robert Lewandowski's late penalty helped Bayern Munich come back to extend their run to 13 wins in all competitions with a 2-1 triumph at Wolfsburg.

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2dMark Lovell

Robben mulling MLS, China, Qatar move

Robben has no plans to retire yet and is considering a move to Major League Soccer, China or Qatar should he leave Bayern Munich.

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3dStephan Uersfeld

U.S. attacker Johannsson: I never gave up

Johannsson, 27, had not started a Bundesliga match since September 2016 until Florian Kohfeldt decided to play him on the wing.

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3dStephan Uersfeld

Stoger: Batshuayi's goals bigger than fee

Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Stoger is not worried Michy Batshuayi might be priced out of a permanent move to the club if his form continues.

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3dStephan Uersfeld

Bentaleb must change - Schalke's Heidel

Bentaleb joined Schalke on loan in 2016 and made the move permanent last year for a reported fee of €19 million.

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3dStephan Uersfeld

Hannover handed €20,000 fine for racist abuse

Hannover have been fined €20,000 after Mainz players Leon Balogun and Anthony Ujah were racially abused during a Bundesliga match last month.

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4dAssociated Press

Bundesliga clubs' revenue hit record levels

German football is booming with record revenue across the Bundesliga's top two divisions of just over €4 billion last season, up 4.2 percent.

4dMark Lovell

De Bruyne the one that got away for Bayern

Bayern may be kicking themselves for not signing De Bruyne after his career blossomed right under their noses. Or just happy he's not at Wolfsburg.

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5dStephan Uersfeld

Bundesliga hails second-highest attendance

The Bundesliga had its second-highest first-half attendance as more than 6.6 million fans passed through the gates of the league's stadiums.