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  • Garcia: Anything can happen

    Rudi Garcia accepts that anything can and will happen when his Roma side host Bayern Munich in the Italian capital.

    Monday October 20 2014, 17:56 BST
    Rudi Garcia: Ready for Bayern Munich test
  • Bayern hit Bremen for six

    A review of the weekend's action in the German Bundesliga as Bayern Munich hammered Werder Bremen 6-0.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 22:29 BST
    Arjen Robben of Bayern Munich in action on Saturday
  • Paderborn down Eagles

    Paderborn moved above Eintracht Frankfurt after coming from behind to beat the Eagles 3-1 at the Paderborn Arena.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 23:28 BST
    Time to celebrate for a delighted Paderborn
  • Hoffenheim stretch unbeaten run

    Hoffenheim extended their unbeaten start to the season to seven games by picking up a point in a 1-1 draw at Hamburg.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 23:28 BST
    Hoffenheim's Anthony Modeste celebrates his goal
  • Dutt's Bremen future uncertain

    Robin Dutt's future as Werder Bremen coach is shrouded in doubt following his side's 6-0 defeat at Bayern Munich.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 13:05 BST
    Robin Dutt: Under pressure at Bremen
  • Klopp blasts 'pointless' Dortmund

    Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp said his side's football was 'pointless' after falling to a fifth defeat of the season.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 12:53 BST
    Jurgen Klopp: Too many mistakes being made
  • Dream start for Di Matteo

    Roberto Di Matteo celebrated a winning start to life as Schalke coach with his side beating Hertha Berlin 2-0.

    Saturday October 18 2014, 20:18 BST
    Julian Draxler: Scored for Schalke on Saturday night
  • Six of the best from Bayern

    Bayern Munich increased the pressure on Werder Bremen coach Robin Dutt as they cruised to a 6-0 victory.

    Saturday October 18 2014, 18:13 BST
    Philipp Lahm celebrates his goal
  • Stuttgart battle to earn point

    Stuttgart came from three goals down to snatch a 3-3 draw at home to Bayer Leverkusen and continue their recent revival.

    Saturday October 18 2014, 18:00 BST
    Leverkusen celebrate their opening goal
  • Mainz set new club record

    Mainz extended their unbeaten run to a club record eight games with a 2-1 win over Augsburg at the Coface Arena.

    Saturday October 18 2014, 17:57 BST
    Jairo fires home for Mainz
  • Cologne add to Dortmund misery

    Cologne piled further misery on Borussia Dortmund with a 2-1 win which leaves Jurgen Klopp's men in 14th place.

    Saturday October 18 2014, 17:48 BST
    Kevin Vogt fires Cologne into the lead
  • Wolfsburg pile on the misery

    Freiburg are still waiting for their first Bundesliga win of the season after they fell to a 2-1 defeat at home to high-flying Wolfsburg.

    Saturday October 18 2014, 18:09 BST
    Wolfsburg celebrate their opening goal
  • Away Kruse for Gladbach

    Borussia Monchengladbach ended Hannover's perfect home record with a 3-0 win at the Niedersachsenstadion.

    Saturday October 18 2014, 16:45 BST
    Max Kruse celebrates his opening goal
  • Guardiola 'keen on United job'

    Pep Guardiola would like to manage Manchester United in future, according to a new book on the Bayern Munich coach.

    Thursday October 16 2014, 09:45 BST
    Pep Guardiola: Bayern coach keen on United job, claims new book
  • O'Shea secures dramatic draw in Germany

    John O'Shea celebrated his 100th appearance for the Republic of Ireland with a dramatic equaliser against Germany.

    Tuesday October 14 2014, 22:59 BST
    John O'Shea celebrates scoring the stoppage-time equaliser
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