It's been a long few weeks for Bayern Munich. The winner was scored by Ousmane Dembélé as Borussia Dortmund booked their place in a fourth successive DFB-Pokal final with a thrilling victory against the holders Bayern Munich. Dortmund was given a lead by Marco Reus but Bayern were in control at half-time thanks to goals from Javi Martínez and Mats Hummels. Dortmund were beaten at the Allianz Arena in the recent Bundesliga meeting between the teams but on this occasion they held off Bayern in the early stages and struck themselves with the help of a defensive mistake. Carlo Ancelotti’s team grabbed the chance to put a seal on it with both hands, taking their recent frustrations out on the strugglers by pulverising them. Wolfsburg got off with their goalkeeper Koen Casteels. Robert Lewandowski was denied by a last-ditch challenge from Sven Bender as Bayern piled pressure on their rivals and Martínez was denied a second by the bar.

 

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The coach Andries Jonker, together with the Brazilian still sarcastically, came on to walk him the last few steps off the pitch, in the end. It'd be a surprise to see Gustavo play again this season as well as the way things are going, we mightn't see him in the Wolves’ green again in any way. It was a former Dortmund player that put Bayern ahead before half-time, Hummels side-footing home from just in the box in the minute after good play Franck Ribéry and by Xabi Alonso. The visitors were fortunate not to go into the break down after a saved was seen by Lewandowski by Burki and luck was on their side when Arjen Robben missed a glorious chance. That proved to be a huge moment as Aubameyang headed home a cross from Dembélé, who cut on to his left foot send Dortmund through to the final and to fire a shot in off the bar. Insult was added to injury from the subsequent free-kick Müller eventually scored the fifth goal. Bayern showed here that opportunities can be presented by setbacks, but on this evidence it's hard to see Die Wölfe having the stomach, or the eyes, to take heed. It was fun and spontaneous, and all the better for it. It spread to the boardroom. Made his last post Sunday, shirtless, bleary-eyed and at 7am on at home with the trophy. If there’s something to celebrate, Lahm had said following the match, then you definitely need to do it. The championship isn’t easy. Bayern Munich secured a record-extending fifth consecutive Bundesliga title after beating Wolfsburg to open up an unassailable lead with three matches remaining. The Bavarians, that have won German championships, are on points, with RB Leipzig on after they were held to a goalless draw by Ingolstadt in second place.

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It's amazing what this team did this season in the Bundesliga, said the retiring Bayern Philipp Lahm, captain. It's not a given like we did this season, we will march through the league. It seemed as if surprised Bayern. It was sealed at full-time with a long, lingering and very symbolic hug on the pitch between Rummenigge and Ancelotti. The message was as clear in the gesture as it'd been from Rummenigge’s pronouncements in the days following the semi-final defeat against Dortmund. Ancelotti is here to stay. Afterwards Carlo Ancelotti, the Bayern manager, called for the debut of video assistant referees and suggested that his Real counterpart, Zinedine Zidane, had agreed his side had been treated. But Zidane denied he'd said anything to the Italian about the referee’s performance but acknowledged his side had struggled to get past Bayern. We suffered. We played against the best team by far, he said. We had many chances in the first half but then we lacked. The ref? I talked to Ancelotti and that’s it, I never go into referees. Anything can happen. We talked about other things.The future, it turned out, is already here. A heavy cold prevented Xabi Alonso from being involved, and along with Thomas Müller, Joshua Kimmich and Kingsley Coman who completed a permanent move from Juventus came in, with Arturo Vidal and Franck Ribéry on the bench. The latter gave one of his best performances of the season, while Coman and Kimmich were instrumental in a superlative display. Bayern finished off the relegation-threatened Wolves in the next half with three more goals, along with the hosts were reduced to men following the dismissal of former Bayern player Luiz Gustavo. Bayern haven't felt that direct this season. Kimmich could have ducked the question when asked by ZDF post-match if he'd found it hard to get into the XI this campaign, but Ancelotti had anticipated the thread. Next year, he told the broadcaster in his interview, they’re going to play more than they did this year. After being shown two yellow cards by the Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai, together with the second for a sliding tackle on Marco Asensio harsh with the tie the Chile midfielder was sent off. Real went on to score three times in extra time to progress to the last four with a win that was aggregate but Vidal made no secret of his anger following the match. They'd failed to win either of their last two league matches, going five games with no win in all competitions. There wasn't a hint of self-doubt on Saturday as they scored three times before half-time. The league is the most honest of titles, said Bayern’s chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. And we've won it for the fifth straight time. That's something amazing and unusual. We'll have a great party tonight and then with the fans on the last matchday. The future for Wolfsburg is filled with trepidation. Of a different mood, although there was communion by making use of their fans, too. Now, they may be out of the relegation play-off spot thanks to a better goal difference than Hamburg. judi bola online

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