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Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund
Team Performance
30 Comments
Top Comments
yeetmaster 11 days ago Edited
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 72
Incredible game to watch. Absolute and total yeetage of Borussia Dortmund.

By the 68th minute it was 11 shots to 0 in Bayern's favor. Although the standouts were the performances of Alphonso Davies, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller, the backline of Pavard-Javi-Alaba were incredibly stellar. A joy of a match to watch.
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Incredible game to watch. Absolutely and total yeetage of Borussia Dortmund.

By the 68th minute it was 11 shots to 0 in Bayern's favor. Although the standouts were the performances of Alphonso Davies, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller, the backline of Pavard-Javi-Alaba were incredibly stellar. A joy of a match to watch.
mullered 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 86
Two clean sheets in a row! I love the defensive approach we showed tonight. More active, give zero chance for the opponent. Before Alcacer and Reus came on, BVB had no shot at all!
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InPepWeTrust 10 days ago
Manchester City, England 0 185
No matter how bad Bayern is doing, Dortmund will forever be in Bayern's shadow.
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Echo_R6 7 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 1 375
Shitty will forever be in arsenals shadow
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Ronaldinho10 11 days ago
Real Madrid, Pakistan 0 23
Dortmund was, is and will always be bitch of Byren, very dissapointed from dortmund.
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MiaSanMeister 10 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 69
It's Bayern, dipshit
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oleguer 11 days ago
Barcelona, Spain 0 40
Goodbye, Favre!!
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joeyadidas 11 days ago
Borussia Dortmund, Germany 0 23
Fuck we played good today
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Lambo91 11 days ago
Juventus, Italy 0 4066
Dortmund beat the team who can potentially break our Serie A title streak, Inter and then they get beat by Bayern Munich 4-0....WTF is football now a days.
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AxelMza2 11 days ago
Chelsea, Mexico 0 142
jajajaja what a loser team for dortmund, they always blend the knee against its father bayer, every season, every important match
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MiaSanMeister 10 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 69
They lost to Bayern, not Bayer. Wolfsburg lost to Bayer.
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Echo_R6 11 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 1 375
Are coman Davies and alaba all related ?
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MiaSanHugo 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 45
You're a racist and need to sit down and be quiet.
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Echo_R6 11 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 1 375
I asked a simple question sensitive muppet
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Bvbeee 11 days ago
Borussia Dortmund, Germany 0 23
I get what your saying, they indeed look alike from a far...Jus like Delaney and Hummels when they are on the pitch
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footy_hall 11 days ago
Juninho XI, Central African Republic 0 9
@MiaSanHugo And you must be a black immigrant from Africa (most likely illegal) who just got his refugee status in a country that discriminate their own citizens, and now you desperately try to see yourself as a native "german"! Hence my question: are you and Alaba related on some evolutionary level?
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MiaSanMeister 10 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 69
Racist fuckwad.
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BashTheFash1312 10 days ago
St. Pauli 0 15
@Echo_R6, are you a racist piece of shit? Yup!
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BashTheFash1312 10 days ago
St. Pauli 0 15
@footy_hall, you're from the CAR, what exactly is your incredibly moronic point? Do you make a habit of racially abusing people of your own race? Any immigrant who's strong and resourceful enough to make it in a new country is worth 100 of your sorry ass. Shut your Uncle Tom bitch ass the fuck up and get on with your pointlessly pathetic life
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Echo_R6 9 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 1 375
@bashthefash fuck your mum dickhead keyboard warrior
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BashTheFash1312 9 days ago
St. Pauli 0 15
@Echo_R6 I'd rather be a "keyboard warrior" than a racist piece of shit!
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Echo_R6 7 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 1 375
And id fuck you up in real life you pathetic pile of shit dickhead
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SuperMilan 11 days ago
AC Milan, Albania 0 818
Dortmund depend too much and Hakimi and Sancho, Alaba shot them down. Amazing display from him today
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mullered 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 86
It was Davies, Alaba was playing on CB.
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SuperMilan 11 days ago
AC Milan, Albania 0 818
I saw them both, I saw Alaba move to the side a lot too, and build up the play from the back as well.
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mullered 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 86
Two clean sheets in a row! I love the defensive approach we showed tonight. More active, give zero chance for the opponent. Before Alcacer and Reus came on, BVB had no shot at all!
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yeetmaster 11 days ago Edited
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 72
Incredible game to watch. Absolute and total yeetage of Borussia Dortmund.

By the 68th minute it was 11 shots to 0 in Bayern's favor. Although the standouts were the performances of Alphonso Davies, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller, the backline of Pavard-Javi-Alaba were incredibly stellar. A joy of a match to watch.
5
  • History
Showing previous versions of this text.
Incredible game to watch. Absolutely and total yeetage of Borussia Dortmund.

By the 68th minute it was 11 shots to 0 in Bayern's favor. Although the standouts were the performances of Alphonso Davies, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller, the backline of Pavard-Javi-Alaba were incredibly stellar. A joy of a match to watch.
Leonardito 11 days ago
0 944
Didnt watch the game but seems like dortmunt had a terrible display. 0 shot on target. No wonder bayern's subs were all attacking.
Bayern looks good so far with the new coach
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MiaSanHugo 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 45
Holy fuck Phonzie is a baller! Flawless from him in arguably the biggest game of his lifetime, Alaba may find himself having to fight for his spot out wide once this injury crisis is over...
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Madufo 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Poland 0 9
Everyone who watch the whole game will tell that MOTM can be only one. Its Alfonso Davies. What a great performance from his side
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MiaSanHugo 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 45
Couldn't agree more, this was the best I've seen the team play in probably the last two years, but that kiddo stole the show, he had both Sancho and Hakimi (arguably Dortmund's two most inform players) in his pocket all night long.
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mullered 11 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 86
Absolutely! Before the game, I'm a bit worried since he would up against Sancho and Hakimi which is the most exciting ring wing. But he came out big and what a strong performance he had. Hope he can maintain this form, will be valuable addition to squad depth.
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