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14 hrs ago | Daily Star
The Bayern Munich star, 24, still cannot believe Aguero and Dzeko did not work harder during the German giants' 3-1 Champions League Group D triumph in October.
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23 hrs ago | Independent.ie
Bayern Munich 's fit-again winger Franck Ribery came back with a bang on Saturday, scoring twice as the visitors romped to a 7-0 Bundesliga demolition of Werder Bremen .
Yesterday | Daily Mail
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Athletics Australia informed the six-time national 100m champion of the possible sanction after being reported by Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority for missing the controls.
If Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal was hoping for an easy ride in next summer's group stage, then Friday's draw was a slap in the face for the former Ajax and Bayern Munich coach.
"It could have been more complicated," France coach Didier Deschamps said. "Another good thing is that we won't play in the northern regions, where the temperatures and the level of humidity are very high and the distances are very long.
There are just three weeks of the Bundesliga left before the German league's traditional winter break, and matchday 15 promises to be pivotal for many of its contestants.
Dutchman Arjen Robben had been ruled out of action for roughly six weeks owing to a cut in his right knee, the Bavarians announced via a press release on Thursday.
ADELAIDE, Australia Australia's batsmen wasted good starts and England missed chances to make them pay more heavily by dropping three catches on a seesawing opening day of the second Ashes test.
Bayern Munich's flying Dutchman Arjen Robben was forced off the pitch with a knee injury just 24 minutes into his side's German Cup tie against FC Augsburg on Wednesday.
Arjen Robben scored the opening goal before being taken out on a stretcher with an apparent knee injury Wednesday as title holder Bayern Munich advanced to the German Cup quarterfinals with a 2-0 victory in Augsburg.
Also, Bayer Leverkusen edged Freiburg 2-1, Eintracht Frankfurt defeated second-division Sandhausen 4-2 after a hat trick from Joselu and Wolfsburg needed a late goal from Ivica Olic to prevail 2-1 over another second-tier club, Ingolstadt.
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Arjen Robben scored Saturday for Bayern Munich in a 2-0 win over Eintracht Braunschweig.