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  • Schalke 0-2 Bayern Munich: Mueller great-volley

    Bayern Munich rose to the top of the Bundesliga standings after subvert host Schalke 04 with a score of 2-0. Elsewhere, defending champions Borussia Dortmund beat Hannover 1-2.

    Compete at the Veltins-Arena on Sunday (18/09/2011), Bayern ahead in the 21st minute goal by Nils Petersen. In a process of counter-attack, Franck Ribery to accelerate from the midfield and then release the bait to Petersen.

    From inside the penalty box, Petersen's first shot was blocked by goalkeeper Ralf Fahrmann capable. But, again controlled the ball rebounded though Petersen and then into the goal.

    Bayern's second goal was born in the 75th minute. This time, Ribery's cross failed to be swept to perfection by Schalke defender-defender. Wild ball then was greeted by Thomas Mueller with a deadly volley.

    Die Roten This victory led to the top of the Bundesliga standings with 15 points from six games. They are two points ahead of Werder Bremen have 13 points. While Schalke was ranked ninth with nine points.

    Dortmund Lose Again

    Meet at the AWD-Arena Hannover, Dortmund actually superior first goal by Shinji Kagawa in the 63rd minute. But Die Schwarzgelben victory is in sight who vanished after the host team scored twice in the last minute.

    Hannover equalized in the 87th minute a header by Karim Haggui. Two minutes later, Didier Ya Konan goal ultimately ensure their victory.

    This is the third defeat in six matches Dortmund. They were just collecting seven points and now inhabit the rank-11 standings. Hannover, ranking fifth with 11 points.

    Team Line-up:

    Schalke: Fahrmann, Matip, Hoewedes, Fuchs, Uchida, Papadopoulos, Holtby (Marica 84 '), Kluge (Draxler 57'), Huntelaar (Pukki 66 '), Raul Farfan

    Bayern Munich: Neuer, Badstuber, Boateng, Lahm, Rafinha, Schweinsteiger, Luis Gustavo (Tymoschuk 43 '), Ribery, Mueller, Petersen (Alaba 71'), Kroos (Contento 90 ')


    Hannover: Zieler, Pogatetz, Haggui, Pander, Chahed (Rausch 81 '). Hauger (Pinto 64 '), Schmiedebach, Stindl, Stoppelkamp, ​​Ya Konan, Schlaudraff (Sobiech 83')

    Dortmund: Weidenfeller, Hummels (Santana 81 '), Subotic, Schmelzer (Loewe 45'), Piszczek, Gundogan, da Silva, Perisic, Blaszczykowski, Lewandowski, (Grosskreutz 66 '), Kagawa


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