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Goodbye to Alonso, Lahm

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Send-off from Xabi Alonso, Philipp Lahm felt emotional, heartfelt

Retiring Philip Lahm and Xabi Alonso said goodbye to the Bayern Munich fans at their Bundesliga title party.

If you want to talk about a classy send-off, then consider the way Xabi Alonso and Philipp Lahm made their farewell to Bayern Munich. They walked off eight minutes and three minutes from time to a standing ovation and later celebrated on the pitch in front of the Allianz Arena crowd. It didn't feel staged (though you can be pretty sure Carlo Ancelotti was going to take them off at a certain point so they could have their moment in the sun) yet it was no less emotional and heartfelt.

I was asked...

 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben soaks reporter Britta Hofmann with beer

With a league title to celebrate and retiring veterans to wave off, Bayern Munich turned their final Bundesliga game of the season into one giant party.

Sure enough, the beer immediately began to flow after the final whistle, with the Bayern players and staff once again seizing the opportunity to slosh giant tankards of lager all over one another.

As was inevitable, several civilians also managed to get caught up in the melee, with Arjen Robben making sure that Sky Sports reporter Britta Hofmann...

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Arsenal's failure to finish in the Premier League's top four for the first time in 20 years has led to renewed speculation about what the future might hold for Alexis Sanchez.

Sanchez has been linked with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea, but reports last month suggested...

 By Mark Lovell

Classy Philipp Lahm says auf Wiedersehen to Bayern Munich in style

Bayern Munich's Philipp Lahm expects either Manuel Neuer or Thomas Muller to take over as captain when he retires.

Celebrating a historic fifth Bundesliga title in succession, Bayern Munich bid farewell to retiring legends Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso in a 4-1 win over Freiburg.

Arjen Robben gave the champions the lead with a trademark left-footed shot in only the fourth minute. Arturo Vidal doubled the advantage on 73 minutes with a fierce drive from the edge of the box, before ex-Bayern striker Nils Petersen reduced the arrears for the visitors three minutes later. Substitutes Franck Ribery and Joshua Kimmich...

 By Chris Wright

Linkin Park and Triple H congratulate Bayern Munich and Chelsea on titles

With the football season reaching its conclusion and league titles being decided left, right and centre, several famous faces have taken to social media to offer congratulatory messages.

First up were Bayern Munich, who received a special video from none other than Linkin Park.

Decked out in their brand new Bayern jerseys, the nu metal band took time out to herald the Bavarian giants on wrapping up their fifth consecutive championship.

 By Nick Ames

With typical understated class, Alonso gets ready to walk away from football

Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson reflect on Xabi Alonso's storied career after the Spaniard announced his retirement Thursday.
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The Bernabeu tends not the be the most sentimental of venues during the heat of the battle, so what happened in the 75th minute of Real Madrid's Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Bayern Munich -- with the tie in the balance -- was especially significant.

Facing an away-goals exit, it was reasonable enough for Bayern that a forward like Thomas Muller should replace the deep-lying Xabi Alonso; more significant, though, was the spine-tingling ovation that the former Madrid midfielder...