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  • Werder Bremen 1-3 Bayern Munich: Robben, Klose great-finish

    Coming from behind, Bayern Munich won 3-1 by scoring a landslide victory over his rival Werder Bremen in the first round of Bundesliga action continued into the 20th week in the Weserstadion, Germany, on Saturday (01/29/2011). With this result, Bayern moved up one notch to third place with 36 points, or lose 14 points of temporary ruler, Borussia Dortmund.

    Bremen started the game by creating two threats to the goalkeeper Thomas Kraft. Unfortunately, the kick from Clemens Fritz and Marko Marin in two minutes early has not been able to penetrate the Bayern goal.
    The game itself runs interesting. Both teams attack each other buy-sell. Unfortunately, a good chance that Bayern and Bremen got none of that goal to fruition.

    Bayern own little master the game. Despite playing at home opponent, Arjen Robben et al appear to attack. As a result, until the 36th minute, Bayern has scored eight times as many kicks (two towards goal). While Bremen experiment five times, twice to meet targets. Ball possession was still won by "FC Hollywood" with 56 versus 44 percent. However, Bayern still unable to break the deadlock until the break.

    At the beginning of the second half, Bremen Bayern surprising directly created by Per Mertesacker scored in the 47th minute. Mertesacker managed to take advantage of a free-kick the ball is released Sebastian Prodl.

    Until the 60th minute, both teams have players to replace them. Both teams also played more stringent than the first half. Not many opportunities created.

    Although minimal opportunity, Bayern are able to equalize thanks to Robben's left-foot shot in the 65th minute. This goal originated from the crossing which is released by Daniel Pranjic.

    Bayern then reverses the position to be 2-1. Gol Bayern offered by Mertesacker who do own goal. Bayern goal to grow at four minutes ahead of normal time ended. Miroslav Klose substitute goalkeeper Tim Wiese break after receiving feedback from Thomas Muller.

    Suffering increasingly Bremen Wiese should be issued after the referee for receiving a red card. Thomas Schaaf had to pull out Aaron Hunt to enter their second goalkeeper, Sebastian Mielitz.

    Robben strangling and fist Mueller

    But Bayern Munich's internal situation was heating up. The trigger feud between Arjen Robben and Thomas Mueller. In fact, Robben had reportedly punched Mueller.

    The dispute started when Robben did not accept criticism from Mueller through the body style, not discussion. Mueller criticized the free-kick which are too far off the mark when Bayern's meeting with Werder Bremen, last Saturday. After the match Robben went straight to Mueller and strangle his neck. Not only that, Robben also presented Mueller with a severe blow in the face of the players from Germany.

    When asked for confirmation by, Mueller would not comment. However, not so with Robben.

    "(Mueller's attitude) it really does not respect. It's better if someone to discuss it, not even criticize through body language," said Robben.

    This incident certainly heightened the atmosphere of the locker room Bayern. Understandably, they are also being stressed because of lagging far from Borussia Dortmund, the Bundesliga top standings 1.

    Team Line-up:

    Werder Bremen: Tim Wiese; Sebastian Prödl, Per Mertesacker, Mikael Silvestre, Petri Pasanen, Torsten Frings, Aaron Hunt (Sebastian Mielitz 89), Philipp Bargfrede, Clemens Fritz (Sandro Wagner 80), Marko Marin (Florian Trinks 67), Claudio Pizarro
    Bayern Munich: Thomas Kraft, Holger Badstuber, Anatoliy Tymoschuk, Luis Gustavo Dias, Philipp Lahm; Danijel Pranjic, Andreas Ottl, Thomas Müller, Arjen Robben, Mario Gomez (Breno 81), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Miroslav Klose 69)


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