Der FC Bayern München kam in der Bundesliga gegen den SV Werder Bremen nicht über ein () hinaus. Gleich mehrere FCB-Stars waren dabei weit von. Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen FC Bayern München und SV Werder Bremen sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von FC. Wahnsinn! Der SV Werder Bremen hat ein gegen den FC Bayern München geholt. Mehr als ein historischer Punkt - der jetzt vieles bei.
Mutige Bremer punkten beim FC BayernNach zehn Jahren und 19 Niederlagen in Folge hat Werder Bremen im Bundesligaduell gegen den FC Bayern wieder einmal gepunktet - und. Liveticker zur Partie FC Bayern München - SV Werder Bremen am Spieltag 15 der Bundesliga-Saison / Der FC Bayern zeigt sich in der Bundesliga gegen Werder Bremen ein wenig müde. Doch Hansi Flick will das nicht als Ausrede gelten lassen.
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Having been confirmed league champions in midweek, Bayern can win the treble and face Leverkusen in the German Cup on July 4. They are among the favourites for the Champions League, which resumes in August, having hammered Chelsea in the last 16, first-leg before matches halted in March with Lewandowski the top scorer in Europe with 11 goals.
August Werner joins Chelsea from July 1, but was outshone by Dortmund phenomenon Haaland, 19, who showed lethal finishing, but was unhappy in the mixed zone afterwards.
Following their defeat at Mainz, Bremen coach Florian Kohfeldt says they owe it to their fans to take their last slim chance to avoid a first relegation for 40 years.
With one game left, Bremen are second from bottom and two points from 16th place which triggers a relegation play-off at the end of the season.
To have any chance of staying up, Bremen must now beat Cologne at home next weekend and hope 16th-placed Fortuna Duesseldorf lose at mid-table Union Berlin.
Union capped a bad few days with a rout at Hoffenheim having been fined by the league for an impromptu party in the club car park after avoiding relegation in midweek.
The league fined the club, Union captain Christopher Trimmel and midfielder Sheraldo Becker, who both appeared partying arm-in-arm in videos posted by fans on social media.
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All Sections. Ronaldo double helps Juventus to win over Barcelona. The right-back continues to make strides down the flank and the passes he picks out from the wider areas are just exceptional.
There's not many who can match this sort of distribution from wing-back. Bayern remain hungry for goals and haven't lost any of their edge.
Bremen are laying down for them and it's more than surprising to see no changes made to their XI yet. Frustration builds in the Bremen side.
Caldirola is penalised for a hard foul on Muller, which the striker takes exception to, but that's the sort of fight Bremen have been lacking this evening.
It's been too easy for Bayern. STAT: Bayern have lost just one of their last 14 fixtures on the opening weekend vs.
They've won their first fixture in each of the last four campaigns. Delicious cross from Muller to provide the assist. No respite for Bremen as they concede inside a minute of the restart!
Possession is given away cheaply, Muller crosses for Lewandowski and the striker finishes comfortably at the far post, while fending off Sane.
Back underway at the Allianz Arena! Xabi Alonso and Robert Lewandowski have the goals as Bayern lead following a dominant opening 45 minutes at the Allianz Arena.
The hosts could be five or six goals ahead if not for the heroics of Bremen keeper Felix Wiedwald, one of the few players pulling their weight for the visitors.
Bayern remain firmly in control and they're showing some urgency to get the third goal that would ultimately put this game to bed.
Not that Bremen are showing any ability to get one back, but at , a goal for the visitors would put the match in the balance again.
Bremen need to get into the break without any further damage being inflicted upon them. It's easier said than done, because there's all sorts of pressure on them at the moment, and they're showing little ability to slow Bayern down.
They look completely shell-shocked. Lewandowski could have a hat-trick in this first half if it wasn't for Wiedwald.
The keeper has been a revelation for Bremen, the only one capable of slowing Bayern, but that latest move from the hosts was incredible.
Alonso picked out Ribery, who chipped through for Muller, who teed up Lewandowski with a cushioned header. Everything Xabi Alonso touches has turned to gold!
Stunning build-up play from the hosts, kick-started by Alonso, as a string of one-touch passes sends Lewandowski through. The striker opens up and tries to beat Wiedwald at the near post, but the keeper sticks a big leg out and gets just enough to turn it onto the bar!
STAT: Carlo Ancelotti is making his Bundesliga bow in this game, becoming the first ever manager to take charge of teams in all of the top five European leagues.
This has to be worrisome if you're a Bremen supporter. They went crashing out of the cup last weekend to a side in the third division, and are looking completely incompetent in defence tonight.
There's a lot of fresh faces and moving parts for them at the back, in fairness, but that's supposed to be what the preseason is for.
This is almost embarrassing from a defensive standpoint! A simple throw-in from the left splits the Bremen defence wide open, as Muller is gifted possession in acres of space atop the area.
His strike hits the post, before the rebound is bundled wide by Lewandowski who had a gaping goal in front of him!
It's all gone a bit stale as we approach the half-hour mark. Bayern aren't showing as much initiative having already jumped out to a comfortable lead, while Bremen are struggling mightily to create much of anything as they try and find a route back into this match.
Play comes to a halt as Sane needs a bit of treatment after having his wrist accidentally stomped on by Alaba. There was nothing malicious or intentional in that, but it doesn't make it any less painful for the centre-half.
Alonso and Lahm work a clever one-two down the right before the wing-back squares for Lewandowski, but he's turned aside by Wiedwald!
Excellent goalkeeping from him is all that's kept this game from being inside of 30 minutes. Slowly Bremen are starting to spend a bit more time on the ball, but it's not coming in prominent areas.
Service has been shockingly scarce for their creative types in attack. STAT: Bremen scraped to safety last season and conceded at least 65 times for the fourth successive campaign.
Skripnik's men shipped more than any other side in that period The tempo has slowed a bit as Bayern adopt a more patient approach in possession.
There's 11 white shirts behind the ball when the hosts attack, but Bayern are in no rush to try and pass their way through the cluster considering the scoreline.
Bayern simply have too much time on the ball. Bremen aren't doing any pressing, making life incredibly easy on the hosts - and when you're talking about players of this quality, as Bayern have, you're going to pay for this sort of approach.
This is shaping up to be a long night for Bremen, who have barely put up a fight through the opening quarter of an hour. Lemke was speaking figuratively when he said Werder were top -- but only slightly.
It was the beginning of a sensational run. During the years that followed, cash-strapped Werder somehow managed to challenge for silverware almost every season.
Consequently, they became the most persistent thorn in the flesh of the biggest club in the land: Bayern Munich. The first signs appeared as early as August Mighty Bayern opened the new season away at Bremen, proudly presenting their latest signing, goalkeeper Jean-Marie Pfaff.
The game was still scoreless when Werder won a throw-in near Bayern's corner flag with a minute left in the first half. Bremen's Uwe Reinders hurled the ball towards the near post ; Pfaff left his line but couldn't get to the throw-in, as an opponent was blocking his path and, desperately stabbing at the ball with his right hand, got a touch but failed to stop it crossing the line.
It was the only goal of the game and would have been chalked off if Pfaff hadn't touched the ball. But, only a few years after Reinders' legendary throw-in, the two teams' budding rivalry escalated.
The straw that broke the camel's back came in November , when league-leaders Werder were beaten in Munich. The result was merely a side issue.
What everyone was talking about was a professional foul by Bayern's Klaus Augenthaler on Rudi Voller in the first half.
Augenthaler was only booked, while Werder's striker had to come off and was sidelined for five months. Bayern's business manager Uli Hoeness called the foul "normal," while a national newspaper recently listed it among the six most brutal in league history.
Nine days after the game, Voller told Der Spiegel magazine that Bayern had been "aggressive and brutal," and referred to the club as "arrogant.
That's also how most neutral football fans felt. In the wake of the November game, Bayern would be typecast as the league's villains; Bremen as the forces of justice and gallantry.
Augenthaler was mercilessly booed wherever he played, while Werder became everybody's second team. Lemke, meanwhile, smartly milked the controversy for all it was worth.
At last, he had found a way to perfectly market his club's "positive elements" -- one of which was that they were not Bayern.
His needling eventually led to one of the great Bundesliga feuds, because Hoeness developed an almost palpable antipathy towards his counterpart at Werder.
Hoeness called Lemke "a demagogue" and according to his biographer Christoph Bausenwein, added: "This man has stereotyped us as the enemy.
That's class war, pure ideology. We are the arrogant millionaires, they are the league's underdogs. All of which made the return game in Bremen one of the most eagerly anticipated Bundesliga clashes.
These days, people complain that prematch coverage of important football matches tends to be frantic and blown out of all proportion. But not even the most overhyped Clasico can hold a candle to the hysteria that gripped Germany in the buildup to the match between Bremen and Bayern on April 22, It was the penultimate day of the season and a win would have given Werder their first league title since When Voller came on after 77 minutes of a scoreless game, making his first appearance since Augenthaler's foul, the noise was deafening.
Many people were certain he would now score the winning goal. He did not, but he won a penalty as his attempted chip hit Bayern's Soren Lerby in the face with three minutes left.