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Ancelotti allays Bayern's fears

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Bayern's controversial late goal, Barca fans OK to boo, Lincoln's cup magic

The FC crew break down Barcelona's dismal showing against Leganes, and discuss their fans booing the team and Luis Enrique.
Bayern's dramatic late winner in Berlin exposed the folly of arguing about added time.

In England, they used to call it "Fergie Time." In Germany, Hertha boss Pal Dardai called it the "Bayern bonus" after the Bavarians equalized 59 seconds past the allotted 5 minutes of time added on decreed by referee Patrick Ittrich.

Prior to that, a decidedly humdrum Bayern had gone a goal down after Vedad Ibisevic put the Berliners ahead following a rather dubious free kick. Carlo Ancelotti's crew played as if they were hung over from pounding Arsenal 5-1 in midweek, looking sluggish and devoid...

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DFB asks Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti to explain offensive gesture

Bayern Munich leave it late yet again with an equaliser six minutes into stoppage time to steal a point at Hertha.
Carlo Ancelotti says whatever Arsene Wenger chooses for his future, he wishes him nothing but the best.

The German Football Association (DFB) has asked Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti to explain why he made an offensive gesture following his side's 1-1 draw at Hertha Berlin on Saturday.

German broadcaster ARD reported the 57-year-old Italian raised his middle finger to home fans after claiming he had been spat on during the Bundesliga match, which saw Bayern net a stoppage-time equaliser through Robert Lewandowski.

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The German Football Association (DFB) requested Ancelotti's comments on the incident...

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Joachim Low backs Bayern's Thomas Muller to rebound from goal drought

Despite Thomas Muller's struggles this season, Raf Honigstein quips that there'd be a riot if Bayern Munich sell him.
Steve Nicol and Sebastian Salazar talk Neuer's link to Man City and if Thomas Muller will finish his career in Germany.

Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller is a "natural talent" with a "nose for goals," Germany national coach Joachim Low has told kicker.

Muller, 27, ended a run of 999 minutes without a goal in December against Wolfsburg -- his only strike for Bayern so far this season in 18 Bundesliga appearances. Muller also failed to find the net for Germany at Euro 2016.

But Low has backed Germany's top scorer at both the 2010 and 2014 World Cups to emerge from his current dip in form.

"Muller is a natural talent," Low...