Arjen Robben belatedly returned from a calf injury for Bayern Munich on Saturday and consequently made his 700th professional appearance.

The veteran winger is set to leave Bayern at the end of the season and had not featured since scoring twice against Benfica in the Champions League in November due to a number of fitness issues.

But after being left on the bench at Nurnberg last week, Robben appeared for a late cameo in Bayern's 3-1 win over Hannover as they edged towards another Bundesliga title.

The Dutch star arrived in place of Kingsley Coman four minutes from the end to play for the 700th time in his career, with 306 of those outings coming for Bayern.

Robben has been linked with both Toronto FC and Inter as his contract expires at the end of the campaign.

He has won seven Bundesliga titles with Bayern prior to this season, as well as the 2012-13 Champions League, having joined from Real Madrid in 2009.

Bayern Munich won 3-1 at home to relegation-threatened Hannover to move five points clear of Borussia Dortmund in the race for the Bundesliga title.

Niko Kovac's side seemed set to cruise to victory at the Allianz Arena on Saturday, with goals from Robert Lewandowski and Leon Goretzka earning a 2-0 half-time lead.

But Jonathas swiftly halved Bayern's advantage with a penalty given after a VAR check for handball against Jerome Boateng, although the Hannover striker let his team down by getting sent off within four minutes of his goal.

The 10 men struggled to contain Bayern thereafter and Franck Ribery hit the third with seven minutes to go - leaving Dortmund needing a win to keep pressure on the leaders when they go to Werder Bremen later on Saturday.

Genki Haraguchi sent an early header off target for Hannover while Kingsley Coman and Lewandowski also failed to make the most of aerial opportunities in the opening exchanges.

But the league leaders broke the deadlock in the 27th minute, a typically pinpoint right-wing cross from Joshua Kimmich powered past Michael Esser by Lewandowski.

Esser made good saves to keep out drives by Thomas Muller and Boateng but he could do nothing about Bayern's second goal, a superb 25-yard curler from Goretzka that nudged the post on its way across the line.

Goretzka could have added two more before the break as Bayern continued to push for goals, however Hannover cut the deficit from the penalty spot in the 51st minute.

Boateng blocked a cross with his arm and half-time substitute Jonathas sent Sven Ulreich the wrong way.

Hannover's hope was short-lived, though, as Jonathas was dismissed in the 55th minute. The striker had been booked for a scuffle with Ulreich after scoring the penalty and was shown a second yellow then a red after catching Kimmich with his arm.

Goretzka went close again, but Kovac's side successfully shifted the spotlight to Dortmund with substitute Ribery adding a deflected third to make sure of the points before his fellow veteran winger Arjen Robben made a late cameo – a first appearance since November following a long-term injury.

 

What does it mean? Seventh straight title in sight

Bayern stumbled a little with a 1-1 draw at Nurnberg last time out but returning to winning ways has tightened their grip on the title race as they seek a seventh consecutive Bundesliga crown. Dortmund have it all to do after last weekend's shock Revierderby defeat at home to Schalke.

As for Hannover, they are all but relegated with six points to make up on Stuttgart, who are in the play-off place, and only two matches still to play for Thomas Doll's men.

Kimmich on the mark again

Only Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho has recorded more assists in the Bundesliga this season than the consistently outstanding Bayern right-back Kimmich. His cross for Lewandowski's opening goal was almost undefendable.

Jonathas' moments of madness

To get sent off less than 10 minutes after coming on as a substitute is pretty silly but, given Jonathas had also given his side a lifeline from the penalty spot, his hot-headed cameo was even more brainless. 

Getting a cheap booking for clashing with Ulreich was needless and left him vulnerable. He might argue he struck Kimmich accidentally, but the damage was done. Nobody has ever come on as a Bundesliga substitute, scored and been sent off in such quick time.

What's next?

Bayern go to third-placed RB Leipzig next Saturday, potentially their toughest remaining league game and a warm-up for the DFB-Pokal final between the two clubs. Hannover's desperate fight against the drop continues when they host Freiburg on the same day.

Niko Kovac was unsure if the decision to award Bayern Munich a late penalty in their DFB-Pokal semi-final against Werder Bremen was the right one.

Bayern snatched a 3-2 victory on Wednesday thanks to Robert Lewandowski's 80th-minute penalty, which was awarded for a foul by Theodor Gebre Selassie on Kingsley Coman.

Coman burst into the area down the left and received a slight nudge from Gebre Selassie, leading to the spot-kick being awarded.

Bremen were furious with the decision and Kovac, whose team had given up a 2-0 lead, was unsure if referee Daniel Siebert made the right call.

"I would say it is a tough decision but King doesn't just fall by himself, he got pushed with the elbow. If it's a penalty or not I don't know," the Bayern coach told a news conference.

"Some referees would say penalty, some not. If he doesn't give the penalty we cannot complain.

"But you can clearly see the elbow of Gebre Selassie. If he didn't use the elbow it wouldn't have been a penalty most likely."

Goals from Lewandowski and Thomas Muller had put Bayern in control before Bremen responded through quickfire strikes from Yuya Osako and Milot Rashica.

While unsure about the penalty decision, Kovac said Gebre Selassie's challenge was awkward.

"He acted a bit clumsy in this situation I'd say," he said.

Bayern will face RB Leipzig in the DFB-Pokal final on May 25.

Niko Kovac is delighted with the form of Kinglsey Coman and Serge Gnabry, as Bayern Munich prepare to face Werder Bremen in a DFB-Pokal semi-final.

Both wingers have excelled in recent games, with Gnabry scoring in three successive matches in all competitions prior to Saturday's tight 1-0 win over Bremen in the Bundesliga.

Gnabry presented Bayern's biggest threat throughout the encounter at Allianz Arena, and was unfortunate to find Bremen goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka in fine form.

Niklas Sule's deflected strike ultimately earned Bayern a win that saw them edge closer to the Bundesliga title, although second-place Borussia Dortmund did respond with a thumping 4-0 win over Freiburg.

And, ahead of a rematch with Bremen in the Pokal on Wednesday, Kovac lauded the impact of Coman, who has started Bayern's last five league matches after returning from injury, and former Arsenal forward Gnabry.

"One reason they have only played together seven times is Kingsley's injury, he's a player we missed a lot," Kovac told a news conference.

"He's very important with his speed, dribbling power and momentum, and we have the situation that Arjen [Robben] is injured longer [so] Coman and Gnabry are playing together more often, they are doing very well and that's going to stay that way in the next few weeks.

"They are top forwards, and the good clubs in the good leagues always see three forwards running around. We have to have such types of players, and now it works. Coman is well again and Serge has made a very good contribution to the team."

Kovac's first season at Bayern has been a frustrating one, though the Bavarians are now in the hunt to claim a league and cup double, despite having trailed Dortmund for much of the Bundesliga campaign, and Kovac insists his side are fully focused on reaffirming their domestic dominance.

"We have chances to win two titles, in the league with two wins and two wins in the Cup," Kovac said.

"It will not be easy, we want to win both titles and our will for that can move mountains.

"It's an away game for us. In Bremen, the whole city will be electrified, so it will be more difficult for us, but we are not pessimistic, on the contrary we are optimistic."

Benjamin Pavard is full of confidence ahead of his move to Bayern Munich, insisting that the Bundesliga leaders did not sign him just due to his performances at World Cup 2018.

Pavard signed for Bayern in January after a deal reportedly worth €35million was agreed with Stuttgart, and he will officially join Niko Kovac's side at the end of the season.

Having enjoyed a fine maiden campaign in the Bundesliga last season, Pavard produced a string of impressive displays for France as Les Bleus triumphed in Russia, scoring an extraordinary goal in the last-16 win over Argentina.

The defender is backing himself to be a success at the Allianz Arena, despite Stuttgart enduring a difficult campaign at the wrong end of the table.

"I didn't sign for Bayern just because of that one shot," he told France's Canal Football Club.

"It's because I'm one of the best defenders in the Bundesliga. Defensively, I'm strong – and technically also.

"I'm full of confidence and I'm hungry for titles. After winning the World Cup, I'm hugely motivated to win more. For me, it was only Bayern: I couldn't see myself going to any other club.

"You don't say no to Bayern – they are the best club in Germany and they're always winning lots of titles."

Pavard has made 25 Bundesliga appearances this season, though struggling Stuttgart occupy the relegation play-off spot in the table, having lost 6-0 away at Augsburg on Saturday – a defeat that cost coach Markus Weinzierl his job.

Pavard accepts he has not always been at his best but feels some criticism of his form is unwarranted.

"I knew it wasn't going to be easy staying here – I had expected a tough season," the 23-year-old said.

"A lot of people have been criticising me, but very few of the actually watch my games. It's true that I've made a few mistakes and I accept my share of the responsibility."

Hertha Berlin have confirmed defender Niklas Stark is out for the rest of the season after breaking his ankle.

The 24-year-old also sustained torn ligaments in his right ankle during Sunday's 0-0 Bundesliga draw at home to Hannover.

The centre-back has started 22 Bundesliga games this term and was called up by Germany for the first time this year, while his performances have seen him linked with a possible move to Bayern Munich.

Hertha are struggling in 11th place in the table, having lost five Bundesliga games in a row prior to their stalemate with Hannover.

Hertha coach Pal Dardai is leaving the club at the end of the campaign having been in charge, initially on an interim basis, since February 2015.

Former Germany and United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has been linked with taking over but denied he is set for a move to the Bundesliga.

"I heard my name is associated with Bundesliga clubs," he wrote on Twitter. "Just to provide clarity: there's nothing in it."

Bayern Munich's patience was the key to their victory over Werder Bremen, according to Niko Kovac.

Ten-man Bremen looked set to claim a goalless draw after a stubborn defensive display, with goalkeeper JirI Pavlenka in fine form, but Niklas Sule's deflected strike sealed the points for Bayern in the 75th minute.

With Borussia Dortmund not in action until Sunday, Kovac's side hold a four-point lead at the top of the Bundesliga, with just four fixtures remaining.

And the former Eintracht Frankfurt coach – whose side scored 27 goals in the six Bundesliga games preceeding Saturday's encounter – was thrilled that his side's patience paid off.

"It was difficult for both teams today, the weather conditions were extreme," Kovac told Bayern's website.

"From freezing, so to speak, to 25 degrees, that's not easy. We knew that Bremen is very difficult to play. So we had to play patiently. 

"The red card has certainly made things easier for us in the second half. I would have wished that we make more of the chances that we had.

"But 1-0 is enough, we have three points and are happy that we can celebrate Easter as leaders. The victory is fully deserved"

Serge Gnabry and Robert Lewandowski both drew a string of fine saves out of Pavlenka before Milos Veljkovic received a second booking.

Thomas Muller squandered a golden chance shortly after, but Sule was on hand to save the day, and the defender joked that – after two wayward strikes in the 5-0 victory over Dortmund on April 6, he was due a slice of luck.

"I cried out at the edge of the box so Thiago [Alcantara] saw me," Sule said.

"I already had two shots against Dortmund, but they went into the safety fence at the edge of the field. That's why it was nice that today I could decide the game with the deflected shot."

Bayern Munich laboured to what could be a vital win in the Bundesliga title race as Niklas Sule's goal saw off 10-man Werder Bremen 1-0.

Bayern went into Saturday's encounter having scored 27 goals in their previous six Bundesliga matches, but they were frustrated until Sule's deflected effort beat the impressive Jiri Pavlenka.

Pavlenka had made a string of top saves prior to Sule's winner, while Thomas Muller squandered a great chance after Milos Veljkovic saw red in the 58th minute.

But, unfortunately for second-place Borussia Dortmund – who face Freiburg on Sunday – Bremen could not hold on, and Bayern are now four points clear in pole position with four games remaining.

Despite a bright Werder start, Bayern soon took control, and they would have been ahead if not for an excellent save by Pavlenka, who stuck out a leg to divert Serge Gnabry's close-range volley wide.

Gnabry was twice denied in quick succession shortly after the restart – Veljkovic on hand to clear a scuffed effort off the line before Pavlenka made a smart stop at his near post.

Pavlenka pulled off another superb save to deny Robert Lewandowski moments later, but Bremen's task was made even more difficult when Veljkovic received his marching orders after catching Lewandowski with an elbow.

Muller looked set to make Bremen pay for Veljkovic's petulance with 20 minutes remaining, only to head wide of a gaping goal.

Pavlenka was finally beaten five minutes later though – Sule's hopeful punt taking a wicked deflection off Davy Klaassen, while Lewandowski hit the crossbar as Bayern, who meet Bremen again in the DFB-Pokal on Wednesday, edged closer to a seventh successive title.

What does it mean? Pressure on Dortmund

Dortmund led the way in the Bundesliga for the majority of the season, but it is now Niko Kovac's side who are charging towards the title. 

Lucien Favre now has to rally his troops for Sunday's clash with Freiburg, if they are to keep their title challenge alive.

Pavlenka comes out on top

Bremen are not renowned for their defensive resilience, but the visitors had their goalkeeper at his best as he brilliantly kept Lewandowski and the rampant Gnabry at bay, before he was finally beaten by Sule's deflected effort.

Reckless Veljkovic sees red

Having picked up a booking for a rash tackle on Lewandowski midway through the first half, Veljkovic never looked likely to get to grips with Bayern's forward, and despite making a crucial block early in the second half, he rightly saw red when he lunged in elbow-first on the Poland striker, inviting even more pressure on Werder's defence.

What's next?

These two sides go head-to-head again on Wednesday in the DFB-Pokal semi-finals, with Bayern – beaten finalists last season – travelling to the Weserstadion.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will retain an interest in the Champions League through a Bayern Munich connection as Erik ten Hag's Ajax bid to complete a stunning European triumph.

City beat Tottenham 4-3 in Wednesday's quarter-final second leg at the Etihad Stadium, but it was not enough to stop them crashing out on away goals after a 4-4 aggregate draw following their 1-0 loss last week.

Guardiola therefore missed out on a reunion with Ten Hag, whose Ajax side produced another remarkable away performance to overcome Juventus in their last-eight tie.

The two managers worked together at Bayern, where Ten Hag coached the German giants' reserve team for two years before returning to his homeland with Utrecht and then Ajax.

City's conquerors Spurs now stand between the Dutch side and a place in the final of the Champions League, and Guardiola is wishing his former colleague well. 

"I was lucky to meet him at Bayern and he was an assistant from the second team. We had a lot of chats," he said at Friday's news conference.

"I'm delighted where he is, a historical club. It would have been a pleasure to play him. I wish him a good two games and I will be watching on TV."

Ajax also knocked out three-in-a-row champions Real Madrid en route to the last four, and Guardiola is not ruling out a first continental success since 1995 for the Eredivisie club.

"They have more chances [to win the title] than Man City this season, so we'll see," he joked. "One stage more to go to the final."

Barcelona and Liverpool will contest the other Champions League semi-final after seeing off Manchester United and Porto respectively in the quarters.

Manuel Neuer will not be rushed back to the Bayern Munich team after his latest injury blow, says Niko Kovac.

Neuer was ruled out for two weeks after sustaining a calf injury in Bayern's last game, a Bundesliga win over Fortuna Dusseldorf.

He is therefore out for Saturday's home league game against Werder Bremen, as well as the DFB-Pokal semi-final away to the same opposition four days later.

Sven Ulreich is in line to deputise for Neuer, as he did throughout last season when the Bayern captain was sidelined long-term with a foot injury.

Kovac plans to give Neuer plenty of time to recover, while Mats Hummels and James Rodriguez are also injury doubts for the first Werder game.

"We will take no chances with Manuel, let him come back slowly," Kovac told reporters on Thursday.

"Sven absolutely has our trust. He has earned this trust, we can always rely on him. I'm very, very optimistic.

"Mats is running, he feels good, we'll see if he can play against Werder on Saturday.

"If he's not 100 per cent fit, he will not play, we have [Jerome] Boateng, [Niklas] Sule is suspended in the cup, so we're reliant on Mats.

"James has trouble with his adductors, he's not sure if he can play, apart from Arjen Robben all are fit.

"[Corentin] Tolisso is making great strides and we have to see if he plays this season, depending on what the others are doing."

Bayern have recorded 18 straight wins in all competitions against Bremen, who have not avoided defeat in this fixture since 2010.

Kovac's side can take a huge step towards a domestic double by extending that run further, but Kovac is demanding full focus on staying clear of title rivals Borussia Dortmund.

"We only think of the Bundesliga match against Werder," Kovac added. "The DFB-Pokal is much further away and we will draw the necessary conclusions from the first game.

"If we implement all the principles and structures, it will be very difficult to score goals against us, but that is a prerequisite: we all have to join in."

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer laughed at rumours he was going to announce his retirement to the media on Wednesday.

Neuer sustained a calf injury against Fortuna Dusseldorf on Sunday, ruling him out for two weeks, and when it was revealed he was set to hold a news conference speculation over his future mounted.

The 33-year-old missed the majority of the 2017-18 season due to a fractured foot and spent time out due to a thumb issue before sustaining a calf problem in March.

Head coach Niko Kovac confirmed Neuer suffered a recurrence of the latter injury at the weekend, but the keeper was surprised by suggestions he was set to hang up his boots.

"We were laughing about that to be honest," said Neuer. "We agreed on this press conference a week ago and I just guaranteed that I'd be available because a lot of people wanted to hear me speak, so that's why I didn't cancel this."

Neuer, who hopes to return in time to face RB Leipzig on May 11, thinks his muscle issues are part and parcel of coming back from a long-term absence.

"I think I'll be able to work more after two weeks, but it's difficult to tell you when I'll return to the pitch. My goal is to return to fitness as soon as possible and to do everything I can to achieve that," he said.

"I think Leipzig is a realistic goal for me, but we'll have to take it step by step. I should be able to train fully after two weeks.

"Looking back, I was injured for more than a year after I fractured my foot and was on crutches for six months and honestly I expected to have muscle injuries much sooner, like in the first half of the season.

"I was injured for so long that it's normal to have minor muscle issues. Fortunately, it's only a minor one now, nothing that'll keep me out for a couple months.

"You can't predict these things. It's not like I have any regrets or am frustrated with past decisions – nothing indicated an injury and these things just happen in top professional sports."

Sven Ulreich is expected to start in place of Neuer when Bayern take on Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga on Saturday and the DFB-Pokal semi-finals four days later.

After impressing during Neuer's absence last season, Ulreich committed a huge error at the Santiago Bernabeu when the Bavarian giants were eliminated from the Champions League semi-finals by Real Madrid.

However, Neuer believes his understudy has proven himself a competent keeper and will help the team navigate a pair of tricky matches against Bremen.

"I don't think we should talk about that [his mistake against Madrid], but about how many good games he played. We know he showed very good performances in the past and I'm convinced he'll do so in the next games," he said.

"[Bremen] are a very strong team, they like to play football, they're good at counter-attacking and have a strong offence.

"They won away against Dortmund, they've got good spirit and unit and that's why we should be wary. It's definitely not going to be easy."

Jose Mourinho taking over Bayern Munich would bring "a certain glamour" to the club and the Bundesliga, says Michael Ballack. 

Head coach Niko Kovac has endured a difficult first season at the Allianz Arena, with Borussia Dortmund providing Bayern with a much sterner test in the Bundesliga and Liverpool eliminating them from the Champions League last 16. 

The Bavarian giants' hopes of winning the league for a seventh successive year were boosted by a resounding 5-0 victory over Dortmund on April 6, though executive board chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was unwilling to guarantee Kovac's future at the club in the aftermath. 

Should Bayern decide to make a new appointment Ballack believes Mourinho, who he played under at Chelsea and has been unemployed since being sacked by Manchester United in December, would be the ideal candidate. 

The Portuguese has also been linked with Inter and Lyon and said last week he hopes Kovac stays on, but former Bayern midfielder Ballack thinks he can bring an impetus that Germany has not seen since Pep Guardiola arrived in 2013. 

"Niko Kovac is the coach at the moment and that should be respected. He is doing a good job. [But] one cannot deny that at some point in the future a commitment from Mourinho would bring a certain glamour to the club and the Bundesliga," Ballack told Sport Bild. 

"It was seen with Pep Guardiola – the Bundesliga received a giant jolt, even if he did not win the Champions League with Bayern. 

"Guardiola introduced a certain style of play. He's an exceptional coach. In addition, the international profile of any club is multiplied when you get Guardiola or Mourinho. 

"It's probably easier for a club to get top stars [with Mourinho]. The Bundesliga doesn't have the same appeal as the Premier League for world-class players at the moment." 

Mourinho holds Bayern in high regard, according to Ballack, who discussed the club with the manager during their time at Chelsea. 

"He spoke about the club in glowing terms. And Bayern have regularly had top foreign coaches: Giovanni Trapattoni, Louis van Gaal, Pep Guardiola, Carlo Ancelotti," added Ballack. 

Thomas Muller says he would deliberately miss a penalty if Bayern Munich were awarded one like Fortuna Dusseldorf's in their Bundesliga clash on Sunday.

Bayern were 3-0 up thanks to a brace from Kingsley Coman and a Serge Gnabry strike when Mats Hummels was penalised for handball inside the area following a VAR review.

Substitute Dodi Lukebakio stroked home the resulting spot-kick in the 89th minute, but Muller insists he would have purposely missed had the Bavarian giants been awarded a penalty in the same circumstances.

"Of course, the ball clearly hits the hand. I don't know how the rest of Germany sees it, but as a striker I would not want a penalty like that for us. I would deliberately miss it," he told Sky.

Fortuna coach Friedhelm Funkel, however, disagreed with Muller's assessment.

He said: "We have had to accept a penalty for less, so it was a crystal-clear penalty for me, which of course does not change the deserved victory for Bayern Munich."

Leon Goretzka struck in stoppage time to seal a 4-1 win that lifted Bayern one point above Borussia Dortmund at the Bundesliga summit with five games remaining.

Muller admitted the reigning champions are feeling the pressure of such a close title race.

"We always have pressure and we have to deliver," he added. "It does not hurt us if we have a bit of pressure.

"This is how we have to go on. Dortmund are currently not brilliant, but they are delivering the results and that puts us under pressure.

"We have it in our own hands, so we have to play it game by game. We want to win all the remaining games."

Bayern confirmed on Sunday that Manuel Neuer, who limped off in the second half with another calf injury, will be out for two weeks and Mats Hummels will "take a short break from training" after straining his thigh.

Manuel Neuer will miss around two weeks after reinjuring his calf in Bayern Munich's win at Fortuna Dusseldorf, the club have confirmed.

The goalkeeper aggravated an existing issue when he slipped while attempting a pass in the second half at Merkur Spiel-Arena.

The same problem kept Bayern's captain out of recent matches against Freiburg and Heidenheim and he is now in doubt for at least two of the club's final five Bundesliga fixtures.

Niko Kovac's men, a point clear at the top, host Werder Bremen and visit Nurnberg in the next fortnight, with a DFB-Pokal encounter against Werder in between.

Mats Hummels is also under a fitness cloud after straining his thigh in the late stages of Sunday's 4-1 success.

Bayern announced the centre-back will take a "short break from training" as they seek to stay on track for a seventh straight title.

Kingsley Coman's double and one apiece from Serge Gnabry and Leon Goretzka earlier lifted the champions to a convincing away win.

Head coach Kovac commended his team's conviction in building on last weekend's 5-0 thumping of second-placed Borussia Dortmund.

"We were serious over 90 minutes, we didn't allow many chances, it was the right margin of victory," he said.

"The team did a very good job. We're Bundesliga leaders again, and we don't want to give it away."

Niko Kovac says long-serving attacker Arjen Robben deserves better than to spend the final months of his Bayern Munich career on the treatment table.

Veteran winger Robben, 35, fears he has played his final game for the club after a hurting his calf in the latest of a long series of injury issues.

The ex-Netherlands international will leave the Allianz Arena when his contract expires at the end of the campaign.

Robben last featured for the Bundesliga champions on November 27, scoring twice in a Champions League win over Benfica.

"It's very sad that Arjen has not been with us since November," Kovac said.

"He always feels something, even though the doctors are giving positive signs. He just does not feel right at the moment.

"It would be nice if he could play again for Bayern. He deserves that."

Franck Ribery will also miss Sunday's match at Fortuna Dusseldorf through illness, although Alphonso Davies has overcome a knee issue.

Corentin Tolisso is back in training after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in September and Kovac quelled concerns that the midfielder sustained a setback when he collided with a team-mate during Wednesday's session.

"[Tolisso] didn't sustain an injury in training, but he thought he did," the Bayern boss said.

"It's normal for a player to be more cautious after such a long time out. We have to gradually reintroduce him to the first team."

The Bavarians head to Dusseldorf with a one-point lead at the top of the table following last weekend's 5-0 thumping of Borussia Dortmund.

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