Hislop: Liverpool have Bayern Munich beat in every position (1:01)
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Coman injured as Bayern cut gap to Dortmund

Champions Bayern Munich twice needed to come from a goal down to beat hosts Augsburg 3-2 on Friday courtesy of Kingsley Coman's two goals.

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5dRaphael Honigstein

Jadon Sancho: 'I'm happy that I've opened doors'

There are many factors behind Jadon Sancho's stunning rise since moving to Dortmund, but at the heart of it is a player determined to prove himself.

Jadon Sancho: Life in the Bundesliga (3:15)
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6dRaphael Honigstein

Neuer confident he will be fit for Liverpool clash

Manuel Neuer missed Bayern Munich's last two matches with an injury to his right thumb and only used his feet in a recent open training session.

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Bayern boss blasts Hamann on Lewandowski

"I believe he is creating a campaign against [Lewandowski] because I don't think he can really watch the games," Salihamidzic said of Hamann.

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Dortmund lose 3-0 lead to draw with Hoffenheim

Borussia Dortmund lost a 3-0 lead against Hoffenheim as they dropped two points in a 3-3 draw that leaves them eight points clear.

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Sancho inspired to join Dortmund by Pulisic

Jadon Sancho has told ESPN FC that he was inspired to leave Manchester City and join Borussia Dortmund following Christian Pulisic's success.

Sancho: I look up to Pulisic (0:58)
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9dRaphael Honigstein

Why James' time in Munich is coming to an end

James Rodriguez isn't happy in Munich, and having failed to impress successive Bayern managers, his two-year loan looks set to end unfulfilled.

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Assauer dies after long battle with Alzheimer's

Rudi Assauer, a former player for Borussia Dortmund and Werder Bremen was recognised as a key figure in German football for his work at Schalke.

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Sources: Bayern, Juve want United's Henderson

Dean Henderson has impressed on loan at Sheffield Utd, alerting the two European heavyweights as well as Premier League sides Arsenal and Tottenham.

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Man City winger Matondo, 18, signs with Schalke

Manchester City winger Rabbi Matondo has become the latest British youngster to sign for an overseas club after joining German side Schalke 04.