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 By Chris Wright

Robert Lewandowski gets four Guinness World Record certificates

Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski put a performance for the ages, coming in as a sub and scoring 5 goals in a 9 minute span.
How does Robert Lewandowski's record-breaking quintuple stack up against other goal-scoring feats across Europe?

On the same day as the FIFA Ballon d'Or announcement, Bayern Munich called a special news conference to finally bestow Robert Lewandowski with not one, not two, but four official Guinness World Record certificates all attained as a result of his incredible five-goal haul against Wolfsburg back in September.


 By Mark Lovell

Thomas Muller Bayern Munich's lucky charm in yet another win

Thomas Muller and Kingsley Coman were on the scoresheet to give Bayern Munich a 2-0 victory over Hertha Berlin.
Thomas Muller was on target as Bayern Munich eased past Hertha Berlin.

Bayern Munich marched on relentlessly in the Bundesliga with a leisurely 2-0 win against Hertha Berlin on Saturday.

Thomas Muller broke the deadlock by nodding Bayern ahead from close range after 34 minutes. Frenchman Kingsley Coman doubled the lead four minutes before the break.

Bayern were content to go through the motions in the second half and failed to penetrate after the interval.

Here are the ratings as Bayern extended their best start to a season, racking up their 13th Bundesliga win out...

 By Mark Lovell

Pep Guardiola conducting Bayern Munich in perfect harmony

The ESPN FC team debate which European power is in better form between Spanish side Barcelona or German side Bayern Munich.
Pep Guardiola has his Bayern Munich side playing brilliantly right now.

Bayern Munich's Sporting Director Matthias Sammer declared on the eve of the new season: "Pep Guardiola is the conductor, the team is the orchestra." Undoubtedly, the Spanish maestro has Bayern's big band synchronised and working in almost complete harmony at the moment.

Treble-seeking Bayern sealed top spot in Champions League Group F with a routine 4-0 win over Greek champions Olympiakos on Tuesday. Goals from Douglas Costa, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller settled the game as a contest within...

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Gary Cahill's Chelsea future in doubt, Man United renew Hummels interest

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop delves deeper into the Gary Cahill, Diego Costa and Mats Hummels transfer rumours.

The winter window draws closer with each passing day, and the transfer rumour mill is starting to pick up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals here.

TOP STORY: Cahill's Chelsea future in doubt?

Gary Cahill's future at Chelsea could be in doubt, according to The Times and The Sun.

Cahill will celebrate his 30th birthday next month, and Chelsea have what The Sun calls a "strict over-30s rule" that means the England international effectively has...

 By Mark Lovell

Douglas Costa Bayern's brightest spark in romp over Olympiakos

Three first-half goals propelled Bayern Munich comfortably past Olympiakos in Group F.
The ESPN FC team debate which European power is in better form between Spanish side Barcelona or German side Bayern Munich.

Bayern Munich cruised to their ninth Champions League home win in succession with a comfortable 4-0 win against Olympiakos.

A triple strike in the opening 20 minutes by Douglas Costa, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller put the result beyond doubt. The German champions applied cruise control in the second half after Holger Badstuber's dismissal on 52 minutes. Frenchman Kingsley Coman added the final goal of the evening after 69 minutes for buoyant Bayern as the visitors were seemingly happy to...

 By Uli Hesse

Lewandowski, Aubameyang and the race to reach 30 Bundesliga goals

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Dan Thomas discuss Robert Lewandowski's agent's comments on Premier League interest.

On Friday, Borussia Dortmund put in their worst league performance since April and suffered a deserved 3-1 defeat at Hamburg, their new bogey team. Dortmund were erratic at the back, gifting the opposition all three goals, and uninspired in attack, not least because striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had a nondescript game.

Yet even on this dismal night, the Gabon international underlined why he might be the biggest marvel of the season so far. In fact, maybe on this night more than ever.