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How Bayern stayed cool and calm to see off Dortmund

Bayern Munich took a big step toward an eighth straight Bundesliga title with an efficient win over rivals Borussia Dortmund, for whom the latest Klassiker was another missed chance.

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Kimmich's goal was 'great, but Burki should have saved it'

Craig Burley wonders if Roman Burki should have saved Joshua Kimmich's winning goal for Bayern Munich.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Arsenal want Dembele in Aubameyang deal

Arsenal are willing to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Barcelona in order to land Ousmane Dembele. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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Jimenez to partner Ronaldo at Juventus a 'difficult sell'

Craig Burley doubts rumours of Raul Jimenez moving to Juventus will come to fruition.

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Marcotti: Ighalo is not key for Man United's plans

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Laurens would love to see Dest at Barcelona

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Jesus Corona to Chelsea 'difficult to say'

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Can RB Leipzig challenge Bayern and Dortmund for the title?

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