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Bayern Munich

Can Bayern overturn a 3-goal deficit?

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 By Mark Lovell

Manuel Neuer the standout performer in Bayern Munich's 'what if' season

The ESPN FC crew rank the Top 10 goalkeepers in the world.

Less than a month ago, Bayern Munich looked like world beaters. Following another seamless procession to a 25th German title, Pep Guardiola had his sights set on emulating Jupp Heynckes' 2013 historic, treble-winning season.

However, a season that promised so much ended with a whimper following two disappointing semifinal exits in the domestic cup and the Holy Grail of the Champions League.

Player ratings (1-10; 10=best. Players with fewer than 10 appearances not counted)

GK Manuel Neuer, 9 -- Bayern's...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich storm Bundesliga but shown up in Champions League

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses the likelihood of Bastian Schweinsteiger moving to Manchester United from Bayern Munich.

With the Bundesliga over, here's a look back at Bayern Munich's campaign as thoughts turn toward the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: C

Collapse in Champions League and German Cup semifinals.

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Bundesliga success is a given for the record German champions, consequently two Champions League romps remain etched in the memory. The Reds left Roma in ruins at the Stadio Olimpico after a 7-1 demolition in the group stages, showing the watching world what the...

 By Mark Lovell

Why Bayern Munich again fell short of European domination under Guardiola

Bayern boss Pep Guardiola says he is counting down to a well-earned rest at the end of the season after his title-winning team were beaten 2-1 by Freiburg.

Albert Einstein observed that his definition of insanity was doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Certainly, for Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola, there was a case of history repeating itself in 2015 after a second straight Champions League semifinal collapse.

Despite employing a three-man defensive tactic for the opening 15 minutes in the first leg in Spain, Guardiola is not insane. In fact, he remains one of the elite and most sought-after coaches in the game....

 By Mark Lovell

Neuer and Schweinsteiger power Bayern Munich to win in season finale

Bayern Munich celebrate their third straight Bundesliga title following a 2-0 victory over Mainz.

Following three straight league defeats, Bayern Munich ended the season on a celebratory note with a comfortable 2-0 victory against mid-table Mainz.

Robert Lewandowski put the Bavarians ahead from the penalty spot midway through the first half before Bastian Schweinsteiger crowned his 500th competitive appearance by doubling Bayern's lead just after the break.

Parading seven world champions in their star-studded lineup, Bayern were presented with their 24th Bundesliga plate (in 52 attempts) after...

 By Mark Lovell

Manuel Neuer heads up Bayern Munich's top performers of the season

Manuel Neuer only needed to make one stop in the penalty shootout to send Bayern through to the DFB-Pokal semifinals.
Manuel Neuer has made 30 Bundesliga appearances this season, recording 62 saves.

With the Bundesliga season coming to a close, Mark Lovell takes a look at Bayern Munich's best five players over the course of the campaign.

1. Manuel Neuer

Unlike many of his high-profile teammates, Manuel Neuer managed to steer clear of injury and comes out on top as a reward for stellar performances throughout the season.

The sweeper-keeper continues to take the art of goalkeeping to new levels and was at his record-breaking best, conceding only four goals (in 17 league games) before the winter...

 By Mark Lovell

Gotze misfires again as Bayern Munich suffer third straight league loss

Despite going ahead 1-0 through Bastian Schweinsteiger and enjoying 72 percent possession, Bayern Munich's Champions League hangover continued as the lethargic Bavarians slipped to a third straight league defeat 2-1 at lowly Freiburg.

Admir Mehmedi deservedly equalised just after the half-hour mark, and ex-Bayern striker Nils Petersen popped up with the winner in the final minute for relegation-threatened Freiburg.

Interestingly, it's the first time Bayern have let slip a lead in some 122 Bundesliga...