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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Frankfurt 10 5 6 35
6 Hertha 10 4 7 34
7 Cologne 8 9 4 33
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 By Mark Lovell

No DFB action against Carlo Ancelotti over Hertha fan incident - Bayern

Bundesliga leaders Bayern slipped up at Hertha Berlin to give a glimmer of hope to the teams chasing them.
A 3-1 second leg result for @rafifa13 led to a 5-3 aggregate win over @LucasRep98 in the FUT series.

Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti will not face disciplinary action after making an obscene gesture to Hertha Berlin fans on Saturday, the German champions have said.

Ancelotti, who had accused the fans of spitting at him after the 1-1 draw in the German capital, apologised for his actions.

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The incident happened as he went down the tunnel towards the dressing rooms and the 57-year-old admitted making the gesture.

The German FA (DFB) asked him to explain his actions, but Bayern said on Tuesday...

 By PA Sport

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...

 By Mark Lovell

Carlo Ancelotti admits gesture, accuses Hertha fans of spitting

Bayern Munich leave it late yet again with an equaliser six minutes into stoppage time to steal a point at Hertha.

Carlo Ancelotti has admitted showing his middle finger to Hertha Berlin fans he accused of spitting at him after Bayern Munich's 1-1 draw in the German capital on Saturday.

With Bayern trailing to Vedad Ibisevic's 21st minute goal and the allocated five minutes of added time already played, substitute Robert Lewandowski salvaged a point for the league leaders with the last kick of the game.

Lewandowski's 16th league goal season -- timed at 95:59 -- was the latest goal in Bundesliga history since...

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Hertha accuse refs of 'Bayern bonus'; Ancelotti in ugly postgame scene

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.

Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich benefit from "an unwritten rule that nobody can win against them," according to Hertha Berlin midfielder Sebastian Langkamp, while his coach Pal Dardai used the term "Bayern bonus" after their late goal.

Hertha were denied a stunning upset victory on Saturday after Robert Lewandowski rescued a 1-1 draw for Bayern with the last kick of the game.

Controversially, the goal was scored in the sixth minute of stoppage time, well past the allotted five that had been...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti: Hertha Berlin draw a fair result

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.

Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti said his side deserved their point as Robert Lewandowski salvaged a 1-1 draw at Hertha Berlin with the last kick of the game.

Bayern trailed at the break to Vedad Ibisevic's goal midway through the first half, and Ancelotti's side failed to match the standards set in Wednesday's 5-1 Champions League demolition of Arsenal as they struggled to break down a resolute Hertha defence.

However, with the allocated five minutes of added time already played, substitute Lewandowski...