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Fantastic Turnaround Sends Real Madrid to Champions League Final!
Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Football

Fantastic Turnaround Sends Real Madrid to Champions League Final!

By Score More Staff Madrid, Spain - In a stunning comeback, Real Madrid secured their spot in the UEFA Champions League final after defeating Bayern Munich with two late goals from Joselu. Trailing until the 88th minute, Real Madrid's fate looked uncertain. However, Joselu's remarkable brace in the closing minutes overturned Alphonso Davies' early lead for Bayern, propelling the Spanish giants into the coveted Champions League final. The match commenced with Real Madrid asserting control, a stark contrast to the first-leg encounter. The Madrilenos dominated possession and posed significant threats upfront, notably through Vinícius Jr. and Rodrygo. Despite their efforts, Bayern's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer thwarted their attempts, denying them a breakthrough in the first half. As the s...
Bayern Munich Extends Manuel Neuer’s Contract Following Comeback from Injury
Bayern Munich, Bundesliga, Football

Bayern Munich Extends Manuel Neuer’s Contract Following Comeback from Injury

By Score More Staff & Agencies Bayern Munich has announced a one-year contract extension for goalkeeper and captain Manuel Neuer, showcasing confidence in the 37-year-old's abilities after a successful return from a lengthy injury. Neuer's contract was set to expire at the end of the current season, but the one-year extension ensures his continued presence at Bayern. The decision comes on the heels of Neuer's comeback on October 28 after being sidelined for over 10 months due to a leg injury sustained while skiing. "After my long injury, I’m back in full swing. It’s immense fun for me to be on the pitch with this team," expressed Neuer in a club statement. "I’m sure that, together with the fans, we can achieve our big goals in the coming years — and obviously the 2025 Champions ...
Late Drama in Bundesliga Showdown: Bayer Leverkusen Holds Bayern Munich to a 2-2 Draw
Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen

Late Drama in Bundesliga Showdown: Bayer Leverkusen Holds Bayern Munich to a 2-2 Draw

By Score More MUNICH - Exequiel Palacios scored a penalty in injury time for Bayer Leverkusen to hold 11-time defending champion Bayern Munich 2-2 away and declare itself a Bundesliga title contender on Friday. Dayot Upamecano scored with the last kick of the game for Bayern, but the France defender was confirmed offside by a video review and Thomas Tuchel´s team had to settle for a point against the only other side to have started the league with three wins. It seemed like Leon Goretzka had earned Bayern a late win to maintain the champion´s perfect start. Substitute Mathys Tel crossed from the left and found Goretzka free in the middle to fire what many presumed was the winner in the 86th minute. "It looked like we landed the lucky punch, but then we had the iffy decision against ...
Tuchel admits “sadness” over the failed signing of Palhinha
Football, Bayern Munich, Bundesliga

Tuchel admits “sadness” over the failed signing of Palhinha

By Score More Thomas Tuchel, the manager of Bayern Munich, acknowledged feeling disappointed that the desired signing of João Palhinha by the Bavarians fell through, in a deal valued at 65 million euros, close to the end of the transfer window. "I was sad because I knew how much João Palhinha wanted to play for Bayern and what he could bring to the team. I'm not sure exactly what went wrong. We have a squad with a lot of quality, and we wanted to add even more, but it wasn't possible, and I have confidence in the players I have," said the German after the hendecacampeão's (eleven-time champion) 2-1 victory in Monchengladbach.
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich Secures 3-1 Victory Against Augsburg
Bayern Munich, Augsburg, Bundesliga

Bundesliga: Bayern Munich Secures 3-1 Victory Against Augsburg

By Score More The Bundesliga continues at full throttle, and on this Sunday (27), Bayern Munich defeated Augsburg 3-1 at the Allianz Arena in the second round. The goals were scored by Uduokhai (own goal) and Harry Kane, who found the net twice. Beljo scored a consolation goal for the visitors. With this result, the Bavarians climbed to the second position with six points, trailing only Union Berlin. Their next match will take place on Saturday (2) against Borussia Monchengladbach. Despite the outcome, the contest between the teams was evenly balanced in the first half. Bayern held 57% of possession but lagged in the number of shots (six versus seven), yet they were more effective. The scoring was opened at the 32nd minute with an own goal by Uduokhai. Shortly after, at the 39th ...
Bundesliga: Kane Nets Debut Goal as Bayern Launches Bundesliga Campaign with Dominant Win
Bayern Munich, Werder Bremen

Bundesliga: Kane Nets Debut Goal as Bayern Launches Bundesliga Campaign with Dominant Win

By Score More Bayern Munich - following a heavy defeat against Leipzig in the Supercup - responded emphatically with a thumping victory away at Werder Bremen (0-4), a match highlighted by Harry Kane's first goal for the German champions. In the first half, Bayern started with hunger, and as early as the fourth minute, Leroy Sané combined with Kane for the opener, in a swift move that left Bremen's defense in disarray. The home team tried to respond - they even put Bayern in some tight spots during the second half - but then... Kane emerged. The Englishman, assisted by Davies on the left, eliminated a defender and, facing Pavlenka, made no mistake. Towards the end, Bayern extended the lead, with Sané and Mathys Tel shining. Sané, firstly, concluded a brilliant team move from Bayern,...
Bayern Munich and Tottenham Strike Deal: Harry Kane Transfer Nears with Substantial Fee
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Bayern Munich and Tottenham Strike Deal: Harry Kane Transfer Nears with Substantial Fee

Tottenham and Bayern Munich are said to have come to an agreement regarding the transfer of Harry Kane, with the fee believed to surpass €100 million (£86 million). According to reports from The Athletic, Tottenham has consented to sell Harry Kane to Bayern Munich. The Premier League club has acknowledged a bid of £86.4 million for the 30-year-old striker, a proposal that was submitted on Wednesday. The decision now lies with Kane, who has allegedly been presented with a five-year contract offer from the Bundesliga powerhouse, to determine whether he will opt for the move. All parties involved—Tottenham, Bayern, and Kane—desired a resolution before the commencement of the new season, and it seems their wishes are on the verge of being fulfilled. Kane is entering the final year of his ...