2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
3-0-0, 1st in German Bundesliga
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2hStephan Uersfeld

Bellarabi's four-match ban, fine for Rafinha foul

Bayer Leverkusen winger Karim Bellarabi has been hit with four-match ban and €10,000 fine following his foul on Bayern Munich's Rafinha.

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1dStephan Uersfeld

Ribery: This could be my last Bayern season

Ribery, 35, signed a new one-year deal with the Bundesliga champions towards the end of last season and is in his 12th campaign at Bayern.

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2dReuters

Bayern's Tolisso, Rafinha tear ligaments in win

Bayern Munich's Corentin Tolisso will miss much of the season and Rafinha will be out several weeks after they were injured vs. Bayer Leverkusen.

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3dMark Lovell

Robben 9/10, Tolisso injured in Bayern comeback

Bayern Munich went down early to Leverkusen but a quick fightback keyed by Corentin Tolisso and Arjen Robben kept Bayern's 100 percent start intact.

Bayern Munich gearing up for busy month - Via Bayern (2:13)
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5dStephan Uersfeld

Bayern have money for mega-signing - CEO

Bayern Munich have the funds to make a big transfer, but only want to use it when they see the "necessity" for it, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said.

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7dAndrew Cesare Richardson, ESPN writer

UEFA's original 3rd competition, the Cup Winners' Cup

From 1960 to 1999, the Cup Winners' Cup pitted the winners of each country's domestic cup competition against one another to great success.

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8dGlenn Price

Shaqiri hopes to end Liverpool trophy drought

Xherdan Shaqiri lifted the Champions League, two Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal titles, and the FIFA Club World Cup at Bayern Munich.

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12dStephan Uersfeld

Draxler could consider Bayern, happy at PSG

Julian Draxler is happy at Paris Saint-Germain despite a lack of playing time and has said he can see "no reason to run away."

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14dMark Lovell

Neuer returns to No. 1 spot; no room for Ribery

Manuel Neuer is fit once again and he's immediately the most important man in Bayern Munich's dressing room, followed closely by Robert Lewandowski.

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15dESPN

Gordon-Levitt responds to Kovac comparison

The Bundesliga side's stateside account posted a close up the two face along with a caption which highlighted the resemblance.

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15dStephan Uersfeld

PSG should sack transfer chief - Bayern pres.

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness said PSG should sack sporting director Antero Henrique after transfer negotiations grew contentious.

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17dMark Lovell

Goretzka marks first Bayern start with a goal

Leon Goretzka was inserted into Bayern's starting XI for the first time this season, and he paid dividends in the 3-0 win over Stuttgart.

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17dAssociated Press

Goretzka scores first Bayern goal vs. Stuttgart

Leon Goretzka scored his first goal for Bayern Munich and set up another to lead them to a 3-0 win at Stuttgart on Saturday.

Shaka's Power Rankings: Is it a top 10 or 12? (1:27)
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18dMark Lovell

Boateng is staying at Bayern Munich - Kovac

German newspaper Die Welt reported that Boateng "definitely wanted a move to PSG," who were said to have offered the previously agreed €40m fee.

UCL Draw: Storylines absolutely everywhere in 2018/19 (5:09)

RankingsGerman Bundesliga

Goal Difference71st
Goals Scored91st
Assists61st
Goals Conceded2Tied-1st