Two goals apiece from Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski ensured a hard-fought 4-2 win in Bayern's first home match following the winter break, after lowly Werder Bremen had the temerity to take the lead through Jerome Gondorf and Niklas Sule's own goal levelled in between.
When it comes to a certain level of player -- the key goal scorer, captain or talismanic playmaker, for example -- parting ways is seldom free of acrimony. Sometimes the player's camp will play up supposed differences with the manager or a perceived lack of respect from the club or supporters, to portray that player as victim, forced to leave a ruinous relationship. Clubs often respond in kind, briefing the media about the player's lack of commitment or other hidden...
Christian Pulisic has revealed that he likes to go all-out attack when he plays as Borussia Dortmund on FIFA.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN's Raphael Hongestien, 19-year-old Pulisic said that he always likes to stay loyal to the club that he plays for by picking Dortmund as his go-to side in the popular gaming franchise.
"I like to play with our team on FIFA, it's always fun," the U.S. international said. "I can put whatever line-ups I want to put, I can be the coach for a little bit and play."