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Reus, Aubameyang combine to dismantle Monchenladbach

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang guided Dortmund to the 4-1 win.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted a brace vs. Borussia Monchengladbach to bring his Bundesliga tally to 15 goals.

Borussia Dortmund bounced back against a hapless Borussia Monchengladbach with Marco Reus and Ousmane Dembele starring in a 4-1 goal fest.

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Thomas Tuchel had every right to be angry about his team on the previous weekend, knowing how much potential his team can unfold. Unlike in the 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt, Dortmund managed to keep their level of intensity up throughout the match.  

For once it was the Black and Yellows who struck back, scoring just seconds after going behind...

 By Mark Lovell

Lewy strikes, Muller drought continues as Bayern Munich beat Mainz

Robert Lewandowski scored early and late as Bayern beat Mainz.
Robert Lewandowski helped turn the match around as Bayern Munich recovered to beat Mainz.

Bayern Munich moved back to the top of the Bundesliga with an impressive 3-1 win in Mainz on Friday, recovering from the shock of falling behind to Jhon Cordoba's breakaway goal after only four minutes.

Robert Lewandowski equalised four minutes later before Arjen Robben nodded Bayern ahead on 21 minutes, before the Poland striker put the result beyond doubt in the final minute with a sublime free kick.

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The champions again assumed their rightful position atop the Bundesliga after 13 days...

Thomas Tuchel's reclusive nature a problem when Dortmund don't win

FC's Gab Marcotti assesses Thomas Tuchel's tinkering with Dortumund's lineup and if it's doing more harm than good.

On Saturday afternoon, Borussia Dortmund take on Borussia Monchengladbach at the Westfalenstadion, and all eyes will be on Thomas Tuchel.

Once again, the Black and Yellows look to bounce back from dropping points on the road after their 2-1 loss to Eintracht Frankfurt on the previous weekend. The third defeat of the season meant that the already thin narrative of a title bid is starting to slip away from the Ruhr Side. On Matchday 13, Dortmund are in seventh place, trailing both Bayern, who beat...

Arsenal target RB Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuttl - Five things to know

Janusz Michallik applauds Leipzig's impressive Bundesliga campaign but feels they won't be able to turn it into a title.

RB Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuttl has been linked with the Arsenal job and the manager of the current Bundesliga leaders even went so far as to confirm reports that he could become Arsene Wenger's successor at the Emirates. Here are five things to know about him.

He only had one chance to make an impression

After his semi-successful football career as an attacker for clubs in Austria, Belgium and Germany, Hasenhuttl turned to coaching immediately. When entering the final stretch of his playing days,...

 By Mark Lovell

Robben could return to Bayern XI in place of goal-shy Muller for Mainz trip

Bayern Munich won a narrow match against Leverkusen, but Carlo Ancelotti says gaining points makes up for their poor play.

Goal-shy Thomas Muller could drop to the bench to allow a fully fit Arjen Robben to return for Bayern Munich's trip to mid-table Mainz on Friday.

Muller has become "Doubting Thomas," drained of confidence and a shadow of his former self. He certainly didn't enjoy the cold November rain, and he's in the midst of his longest-ever Bundesliga goal drought, which now stands at 837 minutes over seven months. Of course, he has found the net for Germany and notched a couple of times in the Champions League,...

 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller sings 'Silent Night,' now officially Christmas

Jerome Boateng backs Thomas Muller to rediscover his form, calling him an important player for Bayern Munich.

With the big day now just around the corner, Bayern Munich came together on Monday evening to usher in the festive period with a Christmas party.

Of course, it was left to Thomas Muller to provide the entertainment, with the happy-go-lucky striker treating the rest of the Bayern family to a haunting rendition of one of his favourite carols.

Indeed, Muller was hauled up on stage and duly began warbling his way through "Silent Night" -- or, more specifically, the German version, "Stille Nacht."

In...