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 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich thrash Wolfsburg to lift fifth straight Bundesliga crown

Watch as Bayern Munich celebrate another Bundesliga title after cruising past Wolfsburg 6-0.

Bayern Munich cruised to their 27th German league title and their fifth Bundesliga in a row with an emphatic 6-0 win at struggling Wolfsburg.

David Alaba set the Bayern bandwagon into motion with a sublime free kick on 19 minutes, before Robert Lewandowski's brace made the game safe by half-time. Arjen Robben made it four with a trademark left-footed finish, before Thomas Muller got in on the act with number five. Joshua Kimmich provided the Joy of Six with a thundering finish from an angle...

Borussia Dortmund suffer cup hangover in scoreless draw vs. Cologne

Marco Reus put the ball in the back of the net, but was ruled offside as Borussia Dortmund were held to a 0-0 draw vs. Cologne.

Borussia Dortmund's streak of scoring in each of their past 21 league matches came to an abrupt halt as they could not find a way past a defensively sound Cologne, and a scoreless draw was the consequence.

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Dortmund were feeling their cup hangover after winning 3-2 at Bayern Munich on Wednesday. After some promising opportunities in the opening quarter of an hour on Saturday, the Black and Yellows dropped off severely,...

Can Dortmund avoid German Cup hangover against tricky Cologne?

Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel feels they can win the DFB Pokal after beating Bayern Munich 3-2.

"It sure won't hurt," Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel said at Friday's pregame news conference of how Wednesday's 3-2 cup win against Bayern Munich would help give his team a boost for the rest of their campaign. "There is no question that wins as special [as Wednesday's] are a validation and give us a lot of confidence for the upcoming tasks."

Saturday's matchup at the Westfalenstadion against FC Cologne will be all about protecting third place, something Borussia Dortmund managed to...

Dortmund's character-building win exposes Bayern's need for a rebuild

A back-and-forth affair between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund was highlighted by Ousmane Dembele's superb game-winner.
The FC panel address Bayern's aging stars, and if they need to revamp their squad to progress further in the future.

Borussia Dortmund's second trip to the Allianz Arena in the space of a month was billed as a rite of passage by coach Thomas Tuchel.

"Familiarity reduces stress levels, your vision widens, you're able to deal better [with the pressure]," the 43-year-old said ahead of his side's thrilling 3-2 DFB Cup semifinal win. "It was important for the players to experience that [the first time]. It's like skiing: once you get down a black run, the probability is higher that you'll do better the second time."

And...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich's double dream dies as they look brittle in loss to Dortmund

The FC panel address Bayern's aging stars, and if they need to revamp their squad to progress further in the future.

Bayern Munich's treble hopes have disappeared in eight days, losing frustratingly to Real Madrid in the Champions League 4-2 after extra time, followed by Wednesday's astonishing 3-2 home defeat to their biggest domestic rivals Borussia Dortmund in the DFB Pokal semifinal.

Unlike the defeat in Madrid, Bayern do not have anyone to blame but themselves, spurning opportunities galore against Dortmund. The normally-clinical Robert Lewandowski, twice clean through on goal with only goalkeeper Roman Burki...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich must move on from Real Madrid as Dortmund loom in cup

Philipp Lahm would love to finish his Bayern Munich career at the end of this season with another DFB Pokal title.

Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund meet for the sixth year in succession as two depressed sides seek a DFB Pokal final place in Berlin next month.

Wednesday's cup semifinal in Munich between the holders and Dortmund brings the curtain down on German football's biggest rivalry in recent years for this season. The 18-time cup winners Bayern remain on course for a 12th domestic double, but a cloud of depression weighs heavily over the club after a highly frustrating Champions League exit to Real Madrid...