Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes felt for Wolfsburg after Robert Lewandowski scored a dramatic stoppage-time penalty to snatch a 2-1 victory at the Volkswagen Arena.
Daniel Didavi broke the deadlock to give the hosts a surprise eighth-minute lead and Arjen Robben failed to level early in the second half from the penalty spot thanks to a fantastic save from goalkeeper Koen Casteels.
But Sandro Wagner grabbed an equaliser with a deft header after 65 minutes before substitute
DORTMUND, Germany -- Maybe it is wise to start this article with a disclaimer: Yes, it has only been three games that Michy Batshuayi has played for Dortmund, and yes, hot streaks are not infinite.
However, after just 270 minutes playing for the Westphalians, the argument can be made that he is currently a better fit for the German outfit than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who permanently transferred to Arsenal on the same day.
Within three games, the 24-year-old Belgian had a hand in all of Dortmund's...
Sandro Wagner's header and substitute Robert Lewandowski's penalty sealed Bayern Munich's last-minute comeback 2-1 win against Wolfsburg, who had the temerity to take the lead through Daniel Didavi in the eighth minute. The Bundesliga champions could even afford the luxury of Arjen Robben's missed penalty nine minutes after the break.
A sixth consecutive Bundesliga title is a matter of weeks away, maintaining a massive 18-point advantage over "nearest challengers" Leipzig with 12 games...
A last-gasp Robert Lewandowski penalty helped Bayern Munich come from behind to extend their winning run to 13 games in all competitions with a 2-1 triumph at Wolfsburg.
Bayern boss Jupp Heynckes made eight changes to his side following a bout of flu in the Bayern camp and in preparation for Tuesday's Champions League last 16 first-leg against Besiktas, with Bundesliga top goalscorer Lewandowski, David Alaba and Mats Hummels among the substitutes.
Daniel Didavi broke the deadlock to give the hosts...
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has told Sportbuzzer that he has no plans to retire and could follow in the footsteps of Bastian Schweinsteiger and move to Major League Soccer, saying he is also considering China and Qatar.
Robben, 34, has won six Bundesliga titles and four DFB Pokals during his time at the club. He also scored Bayern's late winner in the all-German Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley in 2013, but his current one-year deal expires this summer.